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ALIGNMENT OF THE PROPOSED OBE

BSN CURRICULUM WITH K-12 AND


GEC
Carmelita C. Divinagracia, RN, PhD
Chair, CHED-Technical Committee for Nursing Education
Member, PR-Board of Nursing

LIPAT:

The Nursing Curriculum shift


through the years

LAPIT:

Unifying DepEd, TESDA & CHED


Linking Nursing Education with PQF
and AQRF

LAPAT:

OBE-Aligned PSG for Nursing


Education
Program Outcomes
Sample Proposed OBE-BSN
Curriculum and GEC

A Challenging Partnership Planning Horizon in Nursing


Education

CHED Memorandum Order No. 14 Series 2009: Policies and Standards of


Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program. Commission on Higher
Education

CHED Implementation Handbook for Outcomes Based Education and


Institutional Sustainability Assessment. Commission on Higher Education

Excerpt from the lecture of Dr. Edizon A. Fermin entitled Lipat, Lapit at
Lapat: Linking PQF, OBE, RGEC and SHS. April 30, 2015

Excerpt from the lecture of Dr. Carmencita Abaquin entitled Future


Directions of Nursing Profession. February 26, 2015

Golden Jubilee Book. ADPCN: Golden Years of Leadership in Nursing


Education. C&E Publishing, Inc. 2011

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

Revised Curricula for the Three-Year Graduate


Nursing (GN) and Four-Year Bachelor of Science in
Nursing (BSN) Program
Foundation of Nursing Practice 1 & 2
Nursing Care of Adolescents, Adults and Aged 1&2
Maternal-Child Nursing
Nursing Care in Tropical and Communicable Diseases
Mental Health & Psychiatric Nursing 1
Nursing Care Management 1 & 2
Clinical Teaching 1&2
Intensive Nursing Practicum
Medical Surgical Nursing
Elective

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

N-101
N-102
N-103
N-104
N-105
N -106

Fundamentals of Nursing Practice I with RLE


Fundamentals of Nursing Practice II with RLE
Nursing Practice with RLE
Nursing Practice II with RLE
Nursing Practice III with RLE
Nursing Practice IV with RLE

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

Policies and Standards of Nursing


Education
N101- Foundation of Nursing Practice 1
N102-Foundation of Nursing Practice 2
N103- Nursing Practice 1
N104- Nursing Practice 2

N105-Nursing Practice 3
N106 Nursing Practice 4

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

Updated Policies and Standards for Nursing


Education (with AHSE Curriculum)
Primary Health Care 1
Primary Health Care2
NCM100-Foundations of Nursing
NCM101-Promotive & Preventive Nsg. Care Mgmt.I
NCM102-Curative & Rehabilitative Nsg Care Mgmt.
NCM 103-RLE

NM 104- Curative & Rehabilitative Nursing Care Mgmt.II


NCM105-Nursing Management & Leadership
Community Health Development

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

Policies and Standards for Bachelor of


Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

Theoretical Foundations in Nursing


Health Assessment
Community Health Nursing
Competency Appraisal I & II
Elective I & II
NCM100- Fundamentals of Nursing Practice
NCM101- Care of Mother,Child & Family
NCM102- Care of Mother,Child,Family and Population Group At-risk or with Problems
NCM103- Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluid & Electrolyte Balance,
Metabolism and Endocrine
NCM104- Care of Clients with Problem in Inflammatory and Immunologic Response,
Perception and Coordination
NCM105 Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns of Behavior
NCM106- Care of Clients with Problems in Cellular Aberrations, Acute Biologic Crisis
including Emergency and Disaster Nursing
NCM107- Nursing Leadership and Management
Intensive Nursing Practicum

OBE

CHED
Memorandum #
30, series of
2001

MECS Order
No. 9, 1984

Department
Order No. 42
s. 1976

Revised 4Year BSN


Course

CHED
Memorandum #
14, series of 2009

Unifying DepEd, TESDA and


CHED
Linking Nursing Education
with PQF and AQRF

His Excellency Benigno S. Aquino III,


President of the Republic of the
Philippines, signed the
Executive Order No. 83 dated

October 1, 2012

INSTITUTIONALIZATION
OF THE
PHILIPPINE QUALIFICATIONS
FRAMEWORK

INPUTS

OUTPUTS

Industry needs

Qualification Levels

Need for global


recognition of
competencies

Descriptors

Current qualifications
issues at all levels
Qualifications issues in
recognition of prior
learning

Philippine
Qualifications
Framework
(PQF)

Research and policy


papers on NQF

Registers
Working Groups
Pathways &
Equivalencies
Quality Assurance
Information & Guidelines

NQFs of other countries

International Alignment

Consultation and Advocacy


With Stakeholders

National
Policy
Competencybased

Levels of
educational
qualifications

Labor marketdriven

Standards for
qualification
outcomes
Assessment-based
qualification
recognition

Basic Education
Technical and
Vocational Education
Higher Education

Six (6) Years


One (1)
Year

Four (4) Years Junior HS +


Two (2) Years Senior HS +
TESD Specialization (NC I
and NC II) + Arts & Sports

Technical
Education
and Skills
Development

Baccalaureate,
Post- Baccalaureate,
Post-Doctoral/
Specialization

Establishes national standards and level for


OUTCOMES of education, training, specialization,
skills and competencies
2. Provide NATIONAL REGULATORY AND
QUALITY ASSURANCE arrangements for
education and training
3. Support the development and maintenance of
PATHWAYS AND EQUIVALENCIES which provide
access to qualifications
1.

4. Supports individual LIFELONG LEARNING


goals by providing the basis for individuals to
progress through education and training
5. Aligns the PQF with international qualifications
framework to support the national and
international mobility of learners and workers
through INCREASED RECOGNITION of the
value and comparability of Philippine
QUALIFICATIONS

THE PHL QUALIFICATIONS FRAMEWORK


LEVEL

BASIC
EDUCATION

TECHNICAL
EDUCATION AND
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

HIGHER EDUCATION

L8

DOCTORAL AND
POST DOCTORAL

L7

POST BACCALAUREATE
BACCALAUREATE
BACCALAUREATE

L6
L5

DIPLOMA

L4

NC IV
IV
NC

L3

NC III

L2

GRADE 12

NC II

L1

GRADE 10

NC I

LEVEL
KNOWLEDGE,
SKILLS AND
VALUES

6
Graduates at this level will have a
broad and coherent knowledge and
skills in their field of study for
professional, creative work and
lifelong learning
APPLICATION Application in
professional/creative work in or
research in a specialized field of
discipline and/or further study
DEGREE OF
Independent and /or in teams of
INDEPENDENCE related field with minimal
supervision
QUALIFICATION
Baccalaureate Degree
TYPE

LEVEL
KNOWLEDGE,
SKILLS AND
VALUES

7
Graduates at this level have
advanced knowledge and skills in a
specialized or a multi-disciplinary
field of study for professional
practice, creative work, selfdirected research and/or lifelong
learning
APPLICATION
Applied in professional/creative
work or research that requires
self-direction and/or leadership in a
specialized or multi-disciplinary
professional work/ research
DEGREE OF
Independent that involves exercise
INDEPENDENCE of leadership and initiative in

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS Graduates at this level have highly advanced


AND VALUES
systematic knowledge and skills in a highly
specialized and/or complex multi-disciplinary
field of learning for complex research, creative
work and or professional practice and
leadership for the advancement of learning
APPLICATION
Applied for professional leadership for
innovation, research and/or development
management in highly specialized or multidisciplinary field
DEGREE OF
Independent and/or in teams of multiINDEPENDENCE
disciplinary and more complex setting that
demands leadership for creativity and
strategic value added. Significant level of
expertise-based autonomy and accountability
QUALIFICATION TYPE Doctoral Degree and Post-Doctoral Programs

SCOPE
A common reference framework
Function: translation device
Comparison of qualifications across
participating ASEAN Member States
Covers senior schooling, TVET and
higher education

ASEAN QUALIFICATIONS REFERENCE FRAMEWORK


(AQRF)
Country
(A)

1
2
3

AQRF

1
2

Country
(B)

1
2

4
5
Qualifications
(A)

Qualifications
(B)

PQF
1. Learning outcomes
2. Lifelong learning
3. Pathways and
equivalencies
4. Credit transfer
5. Quality assurance
6. International
alignment

AQRF
1. Learning outcomes
2. Lifelong learning
3. Credit transfer
4. Quality assurance
5. International
alignment

PQF/AQRF: Implications on Education


Shift to outcomes-based education and use of
learning outcomes

Levels: Basic Education (K12)


TVET Training Regulations
Higher Education
Professions: Licensure
CPD

OBE-Aligned PSG for


Nursing Education
Program Outcomes
Sample Proposed OBE-BSN
Curriculum and GEC

OBE-ALIGNED PSG FOR NURSING EDUCATION


(Draft-Template)
Article I
Rationale-PSG
Shift to Learning
Competency-Based
Standards/Outcome
Based Education

Article II
Authority to Operate
from CHED in
accordance with PSG
Government
Recognition

Article V
Curriculum
Curriculum Description
Sample Curriculum
Sample Curriculum Map
Sample Means of
Curriculum Delivery
Sample Syllabi for
selected Core Course

Article VI
Required Resources
Administration
Faculty
Library
Laboratory an Physical
Facilities

Article III
General Provision
Minimum Standards
Program Outcomes
Sample Curriculum
Sample Curriculum Map

Article IV
Program Specification
Degree Name
Field of Study
Program Goals
Career for Graduates
Allied Fields
P.O in all types of
Schools
P.O for all Health
Professionals
P.O for BSN
Sample Performance
Indicators

Article VII
Compliance of HEI to apply for
a permit for approval of
transformation of existing
program of Outcomes-Based
Framework:
Complete set of program outcomes,
including its proposed additional program
outcomes which include:
curriculum, and its justification
including a curriculum map.
performance indicators for each
outcome.
measurement system for the level of
attainment of each indicator.
outcomes-based syllabus for each
course.
system of program assessment and
evaluation
system of program Continuous
Quality Improvement (CQI).

Article VIII
Transitory, Repealing
and effectivity provision

1.

Apply knowledge of physical, social, natural and health


sciences and humanities in the practice of nursing

2.

Perform safe, appropriate, and holistic care to individuals,


families, population groups, and community utilizing
nursing process

3.

Apply guidelines and principles of evidence-based practice


in the delivery of care

4.

Practice nursing in accordance with existing laws, legal,


ethical, and moral principles

5.

Communicate effectively in speaking, writing and presenting


using culturally-appropriate language

6.

Report/document client care accurately and comprehensively

7.

Collaborate effectively with inter-, intra-, and multidisciplinary and multi-cultural teams

** applies to all programs

8.

Practice beginning management and leadership skills using


systems approach in the delivery of client care

9.

Conduct research with an experienced researcher

10.

Engage in lifelong learning with a passion to keep current


with national and global developments in general, and
nursing and health developments in particular

11.

Demonstrate responsible citizenship and pride in being a


Filipino.

** applies to all programs

CHED MEMORANDUM ORDER (CMO)


No. 14 Series of 2009
Outline of Total Units of General Education (GE)
Courses:
87 Units
Courses
Language and Humanities
English 1 & 2 (Communication Skills)
English 3 (Speech and Communication)
Filipino 1 & 2
Philosophy of Man
Logic and Critical Thinking
Mathematics, Natural Sciences & Information Technology
Mathematics (College Algebra)
Biostatistics
General Chemistry 3/2
Biochemistry 3/2
Physics 2/1
Informatics 2/1
Health Sciences
Anatomy & Physiology 3/2
Microbiology & Parasitology 3/1
Social Sciences
General Psychology
Sociology/Anthropology
Humanities [ World Civilization & Literature]
Economics with Taxation & Land Reform
Bioethics
Mandated Subjects
Life, Works and Writings of Rizal
Philippine History, Government & Constitution
PE 1 to 4 [2 units each]
National Service Training Program 1& 2

Note: Language
- 18 units
Math,Natural Sciences - 11 units
Social Sciences
- 6 units
Total . 35 units (SHS)

CMO ___ PSG for Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Draft BSN Curriculum

Units
21
6
3
6
3
3
22
3
3
5
5
3
3
9
5
4
15
3
3
3
3
3
20
3
3
8
6

A. Outline of Total Units of General Education (GE )


Courses 88 units
Courses
Core Courses*
Understanding the Self/Pang-unawa sa Sarili
Readings in Philippine History/Mga Babasahin hinggil sa
Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas
The Contemporary World/Ang Kasalukuyang Daigdig
Mathematics in the Modern World/Matematika sa Makabagong Daigdig
Purposive Communication/Malayuning Komunikasyon
Art Appreciation/Pagpapahalaga sa Sining
Science, Technology and Society/Agham, Teknolohiya at Lipunan
Ethics/Etika
Elective Courses* (Choose only 3 )
People and the Earths Ecosystems
Living in the IT Era
The Entrepreneurial Mind
Philippine Popular Culture
Religion, Religious Experiences and Spirituality
Major Courses **
Biostatistics
Differential Calculus: Tools for Analysis/Research
Biochemistry 3/2
Health Informatics 2/1
Bioethics
General Psychology
Health Economics (Microeconomics with TLR)
Technical Writing
Logic and Critical Thinking
Health Sciences
Anatomy & Physiology 3/2
Microbiology & Parasitology 3/1
Mandated Subjects
Life, Works and Writings of Rizal *
PE 1 to 4 [2 units each]
National Service Training Program 1& 2

CMO 20 s.2013 GEC (36 units)


** Retained subjects

Units
24
3
3
3

3
3
3
3
3
9
3
3
3
3
29
3
3
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
9
5
4
17
3
8
6

CHED MEMORANDUM ORDER (CMO)


No. 14
Series of 2009
B. Outline and Units of Professional Courses
Theoretical Foundations in Nursing

CMO ___ PSG for Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Draft BSN Curriculum
115 units
3

Health Assessment (2/1*)

Community Health Nursing (3/2*)

Nutrition and Diet Therapy (3/1)

Health Education

Pharmacology

Nursing Research I (2/1)

Nursing Research II

Competency Appraisal I

Competency Appraisal II

Elective I**

Elective II**

NCM 100 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice (3/2*)

NCM 101 -- Care of Mother, Child and Family (4/4*)

NCM 102 Care of Mother, Child, Family and Population Group


At-risk or With Problems (5/6*)
11
NCM 103 Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluid
& Electrolyte Balance, Metabolism and Endocrine (8/6*)
14
NCM 104 Care of Clients with Problems in Inflammatory and
Immunologic Response, Perception and Coordination (5/4*)
9
6

NCM 105 Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns of


Behavior (4/2*)
NCM 106 Care of Clients with Problems in Cellular Aberrations,
Acute Biologic Crisis including Emergency and Disaster
Nursing (6/5*)
11
NCM 107 Nursing Leadership and Management (4/3*)
7
Intensive Nursing Practicum (8*)
8
*Related Learning Experience
Total Number of Units = 202

B. Outline and Units of Professional Courses


125 units
Theoretical Foundations in Nursing
3
Health Assessment (2/1*)
3
Community Health Nursing I (2/2*)
4
(Individual and Family as Clients)
Community Health Nursing II (2/2)
4
(Population Groups and Community as Clients)
Nutrition and Diet Therapy (3/1)
4
Health Education
3
Pharmacology
3
Nursing Research I (2/1)
3
Nursing Research II (1/2)
3
NCM 100 Fundamentals of Nursing Practice (3/2*)
5
NCM 101 -- Care of Mother, Child, Adolescent, and Family
10
(Well Client) (4/6*)
NCM 102 Care of Mother, Child, Family and Population Group
at-risk or With Problems (6/7*) Acute and Chronic
13
NCM 103 Care of Clients with Problems in Oxygenation, Fluid
& Electrolyte, Infectious, Inflammatory and Immunologic
Response, Cellular Aberration, Acute and Chronic (8/6*)
NCM 104 Care of Clients with Problems in Nutrition and GI
Metabolism and Endocrine, Perception and Coordination,
Acute and Chronic (5/6*)
NCM 105 Care of Clients with Maladaptive Patterns of
Behavior, Acute and Chronic (4/4)
NCM 106-A Nursing Care of Clients with Life Threatening
Conditions/acutely ill/multi-organ problems/high acuity and
emergency situations, Acute and Chronic (3/6)
NCM 106-B Disaster Nursing (2/2)
NCM 107 Nursing Leadership and Management (4/3)
Care of the Older Person
Decent Work Employment and Transcultural Nursing 3
Intensive Nursing Practicum-Care of Any group of clients in the
hospital and community (10)

14
11
8
9
4
7
3
3
10

YELLOW COLOR -Added subjects


Total Number of Units = 213

CHED MEMORANDUM ORDER (CMO


No.14 s. 2009
At the end of the B. S. Nursing program, the total number of
related learning experiences, skills laboratory/clinicals shall
include the following:
Courses

Health Assessment
Community Health Nursing
Nursing Research I
Nursing Research II
Nursing Care Management 100
Nursing Care Management 101
Nursing Care Management 102
Nursing Care Management 103
Nursing Care Management 104
Nursing Care Management 105
Nursing Care Management 106
Nursing Care Management 107-B
Intensive Nursing Practicum
Total

Skills Lab

Clinical

1
0
0.5
1.5
1
0
2
0
2
0
1
3
1
5
1
5
1
3
0
2
2
3
0
3
0
8
12.5
33.5
46 RLE Units

RLE Contact
Hours
(1
credit unit =51
hours)
51
102
51
102
102
204
306
306
204
102
255
153
408
2,346 hours

At the end of the B. S. Nursing program, the total number of laboratory units/hours
shall comprise the following courses:
Laboratory
Laboratory Hours
Courses
Units
1 unit lab=54 hours
General Chemistry
2
108
Anatomy & Physiology
2
108
Biochemistry
2
108
Physics
1
54
Microbiology & Parasitology
1
54
Nutrition with Diet Therapy
1
54
Informatics
1
54
TOTAL
10 units
540 hours

CMO ___ PSG for Bachelof of Science in Nursing


Draft BSN Curriculum
At the end of the B. S. Nursing program, the total number of
related learning experiences, skills laboratory/clinicals shall
include the following:
RLE Contact
Courses
Skills
Clinical
Hours
(1
Lab
credit unit =51
hours)
Health Assessment
1
0
51
Community Health Nursing 1
0.5
1.5
102
Community Health Nursing 2
0.5
1.5
102
Nursing Research I
1
0
51
Nursing Research II
2
0
102
Nursing Care Management 100
2
0
102
Nursing Care Management 101
2
4
306
Nursing Care Management 102
2
5
357
Nursing Care Management 103
1
5
306
Nursing Care Management 104
1
5
306
Nursing Care Management 105
1
3
204
Nursing Care Management 106 -A
2
4
306
Nursing Care Management 106 -B
0
2
102
Nursing Care Management 107-B
0
3
153
Care of Older Person
0
1
51
Intensive Nursing Practicum
0
10
510
14.0
45.0
Total
3,111 hours
59 RLE Units

At the end of the B. S. Nursing program, the total number of laboratory


units/hours shall comprise the following courses:
Laboratory
Laboratory Hours
Courses
Units
1 unit lab=54 hours
Anatomy & Physiology
Biochemistry
Microbiology & Parasitology
Nutrition with Diet Therapy
Informatics
TOTAL

2
2

108
108

1
1
1
7 units

54
54
54
378 hours

SY 2018
SY 2016 - 2017
SY 2015 - 2016
CHED TCNE Public
Hearing to
Stakeholders on the
CHED TCNE Working with
Proposed Policies,
BON, COE/COD, ADPCN ,
Standards and
on the completion of the
Guidelines for OBE
Proposed CMO
Bachelor of Science in
OBE in Nursing Education
Nursing Program

SY 2014 - 2015

Compliance of HEI
to apply for a
permit for approval
of transformation
of the existing
program of
Outcomes-Based
Framework

Full Implementation
of the OBE Program
with GEC and K-12