APPLICATION OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING CONCEPT IN FAMILY AND COMMUNITY NURSING I : DESIGNING OF FAMILY HEALTH CARE

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เจียมใจ ศรีชัยรัตนกูล สำลี สำลีกุล

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The aims of a contemporary education are to: focus on the learners, encourage graduates to continue their long-life learning, and analyze and solve problems in particular specific situations. The ultimate outcome includes be creative and able to work as a team to be a qualified person, be able to work effectively, and be able to work with others as well. The result will be quality. This article presents the application of Problem-Based Learning concept for teaching family and community health nursing I, particulary “Designing taking care of family health” topic for the second-year nursing students, Boromarajonnani College of Nursing, Bangkok. Results revealed that nursing students reported having fun and enthusiasm. Moreover, they learnt how to systematic thinking, exchanging thinking method with their friends, sharing their knowledge, and working as a team. The students were more appreciated this teaching method than the lecture method because they had freedom of thought. In addition, they were trained to listen to the others

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ศรีชัยรัตนกูลเ., & สำลีกุลส. (2018). APPLICATION OF PROBLEM BASED LEARNING CONCEPT IN FAMILY AND COMMUNITY NURSING I : DESIGNING OF FAMILY HEALTH CARE. Journal of Boromarajonani College of Nursing, Bangkok, 34(3), 133-144. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bcnbangkok/article/view/168636
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