Developing a programme-review process for a baccalaureate nursing programme in Jordan
International Nursing Review
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Programme review is one way of monitoring the quality of a programme of study and promoting the growth of nursing education. The Faculty of Nursing at the Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST) demonstrated its professional maturity by participating in an international collaborative project with the University of Windsor in Canada, to review its baccalaureate programmes. This article outlines the rationale for undertaking a programme review and discusses key principles for inclusion in the development of such a process. It highlights some strategies for success, and suggests ways in which programmes can benefit from reviews and evaluations. This process has the potential to be used as a prototype for future reviews.
Thomas, B.; Rajacich, D; Al Ma'aitah, R; Cameron, S J.; Gharaibeh, M; and Delahunt, T D.. (2000). Developing a programme-review process for a baccalaureate nursing programme in Jordan. International Nursing Review, 47 (4), 243-247.
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