TITLE

Development of an instructional quality assurance model in nursing science

AUTHOR(S)
Ajpru, Haruthai; Pasiphol, Shotiga; Wongwanich, Suwimon
PUB. DATE
October 2011
SOURCE
Research in Higher Education Journal;Oct2011, Vol. 13, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The purpose of this study was to develop an instructional quality assurance model in nursing science. The study was divided into 3 phases; (1) to study the information for instructional quality assurance model development (2) to develop an instructional quality assurance model in nursing science and (3) to audit and the assessment of the developed model. The data were obtained from 37 external evaluation reports, 19 administrators, 374 nursing instructors, 654 nursing students and 9 specialists. The 8 research instruments were used in this phase. The data were analyzed through descriptive statistics, one-way analysis of variance, PNImodified index, the hierarchical linear model meta-analysis and content analysis were also used. Research results showed that; (1) the factors which affected the instructional quality of nursing science were the instructional quality assurance model that developed by the institutions, CU-QA84, the number of pages excluding the appendix of the assessment report and the quality of the report, (2) there were 3 models of instructional quality assurance needs such as 111, 011 and 000, and (3) the instructional quality assurance model in nursing science was systematic consisting of input, process and output. The operation was based on 3 domains: principles, concepts and practice. There were 6 standards and 18 indicators for instructional quality assurance in nursing science. There were 21 elements of guidelines for instructional quality assurance. This instructional quality assurance model was ranked from good to very good in all of the above categories.
ACCESSION #
70547710

 

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