BSN Program: 4-year full time for regular program and 2-year full time for parallel program
Professional Nurse Program: 1- year full time
The BSN and Professional Nurse program at Faculty of Nursing, the University of Indonesia is the greatest and the oldest nursing program in Indonesia. The program has a sharp focus on preparing the graduates to provide entry- level safe, competent, ethical care to culturally diverse individuals, families, and populations across healthcare settings and across the lifespan, to function effectively as a member of the Nursing Profession and as a member of an interdisciplinary healthcare team, and to perform and use evidence based practice.
In order to obtain the degree, students have to complete two phases, namely, the BSN phase and the professional nurse phase. During the BSN program phase, students will learn about the concept and skills of nursing in classes and laboratory settings. Whereas, during the professional nurse phase, students will apply their knowledge and skills in the families, community, public health centers, and/ or hospitals settings.
The Faculty of Nursing also accepts students from the Higher Education Affirmation Program from the outermost and most disadvantaged regions in Indonesia. The number of Nursing Faculty of UI students received through Affirmation from 2013 to 2018 is 9 people. Selection is carried out by the Ministry of Research, Technology and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia.
The BSN program employed student- centered active learning, with multifaceted learning experiences for each courses, such as Problem Based Learning (PBL), Collaborative Learning (CL), laboratories, and simulation learning using mannequin. Meanwhile, the professional nurse program employed patient- centered active learning, comprising case study, bed- side teaching, and nursing round.
Both formative and summative assessments encompass the evaluation methods for the BSN and professional nurse programs. The evaluation methods for BSN program include Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ), written assignment, and Objective Structured Clinical Evaluation (OSCE). Whereas, the evaluation methods for the professional nurse program are using case methods: concept maps, nursing care plans, process recording, and reflective learning. Both programs also use case seminars and presentations for the evaluation methods.
Able to provide professional nursing care in various health care settings focusing on urban health
Able to implement the educational principles to patients, colleagues and health care team
Able to implement strategies of patient safety in nursing practice
Able to plan nursing problem solving through scientific approach/research
Able to analyse concept application of organization, leadership and management in nursing care
Able to demonstrate the principles of effective communication technique and health team collaboration at simulation case
Able to have sensitivity to entrepreneurial opportunities that can be developed through innovation in health
Able to utilize information and technology communication in accordance with health
Able to use Indonesia and English properly in nursing context for both academic and non-academic activities
Able to plan disaster management and disaster impact mitigation at simulation case
Able to perform professional nurse attitude
Able to develop nursing care plans that integrates the cultural concepts
At simulation case
Able to identify complementary therapy in providing nursing care