The Curriculum Model
The Curriculum Model of Memorial University School of Nursing depicts the essential components of nursing that the learner will assimilate and integrate as she/he evolves through the program.
The Bachelor of Nursing programme is designed to provide students with a liberal education. The student is the central focus of the educational programme in nursing. Within a learning environment, the student will acquire professional attitudes, competencies and knowledge.
For this curriculum,
include attitudes towards:
||Competencies will be
developed in the areas of:
cognitive learning in the areas of:
Through the acquisition of attitudes, competencies and
knowledge, the graduating nurse will be proficient in four main
roles in nursing:
When each of these roles is enacted by the nurse, change is the consequence and a caring attitude is reflected at all times.
Linking to the Nursing roles, students can refer to the operational definitions of the key concepts in the Curriculum Model, i.e. human being, environment, nursing, health, caring, and changing.