The teaching and learning management of adult and elderly nursing practice courses in the situation of the COVID 19 epidemic

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Kittiphong Phontip
Chirawan Chapradit
Vanipa Suengsirisub
Choomsri Thonkate
Supatra Chaowai
Wiraporn Suebsoontorn

Abstract

Thailand has been an epidemic area of corona virus disease-2019. It has affected teaching and learning management, especially the nursing practice course that must be practiced on the ward. Adult and elderly nursing department, Faculty of Nursing Buriram, Western university has managed the teaching and learning styles through joint planning between the Department Committee, Curriculum Management Committee, and Nursing Department of Buriram hospital. They have established a common approach in 3 phases: Preparation for the training period, during the training period, and after the training period. The results showed that most of the students followed the established guidelines and were safe from training.


Therefore, it found that in the teaching and learning management of adult and elderly nursing practice courses in the situation of the COVID-19 epidemic, the negative aspects, students and lecturers were at risk of coming in contact with asymptomatic infected people. The positive aspects, the teaching and learning in the courses allowed students to experience the real situation on the ward as well as to develop competence in infectious disease prevention and adaptation in epidemic situations.

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Phontip K, Chapradit C, Suengsirisub V, Thonkate C, Chaowai S, Suebsoontorn W. The teaching and learning management of adult and elderly nursing practice courses in the situation of the COVID 19 epidemic. JNPCPRU [Internet]. 2023 Jan. 5 [cited 2024 Jun. 23];1(1):15-20. Available from: https://he03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JNPCPRU/article/view/949
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Kittiphong Phontip, Faculty of Nursing Western university, Buriram Province

 

 

Chirawan Chapradit, Faculty of Nursing Western university, Buriram Province

 

 

Vanipa Suengsirisub, Nursing department, Buriram hospital

 

 

Choomsri Thonkate, Faculty of Nursing Western university, Buriram Province

 

 

Supatra Chaowai, Faculty of Nursing Western university, Buriram Province

 

 

Wiraporn Suebsoontorn, Faculty of Nursing Western university, Buriram Province

 

 

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