Curriculum Evaluation Using the IFNA Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

Curriculum Evaluation Using the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice

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Description

Using a blueprint based on program evaluation theory, the program was assessed based on the key concepts identified in the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice. A survey instrument based on the five IFNA competencies was created and applied to each course in the program. In addition, lead faculty were surveyed. The program’s philosophy, course syllabi, readings, clinical evaluation instruments and other assignments were examined for the key concepts. Implications for curriculum/program revision, challenges and further nursing research will be presented.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this session participants should be able to:
Describe a process for analysis or evaluation of the curriculum in a pre-licensure nursing program to determine the degree this program is congruent with the IFNA Position Statement on Generalist Competencies for Family Nursing Practice.

Target Audience

This program is particularly relevant for all nursing educators and administrators of nursing education programs.

Moderator

Curry 101x151Donna Miles Curry, RN, PhD, PCNS-BC
Professor Emeritus
College of Nursing & Health
Wright State University
Dayton, Ohio USA

Panelists

Anderson 105x158Kathy Anderson, RN, PhD, ARNP, PMH, LMFT
Professor
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, Georgia USA

Gray 103x154Bobbe Gray, RN, PhD, CNS-BC
Associate Professor of Nursing
Wright State University
Dayton, Ohio USA

Eustace 109x144Rosemary W. Eustace, PhD, PHCNS-BC, RN
Assistant Professor
College of Nursing and Health
Wright State University – Miami Health
Dayton, Ohio USA

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