Presentation on theme: "Associate Professor Dr. Khanitta Nuntaboot Dean, Faculty of Nursing Khon Kaen University Khon Kaen Thailand “Collaborative activities between Faculty of."— Presentation transcript:
Associate Professor Dr. Khanitta Nuntaboot Dean, Faculty of Nursing Khon Kaen University Khon Kaen Thailand “Collaborative activities between Faculty of Nursing Khon Kaen University (FoN-KKU), University of Muhammadiyah (UMY) & Networking Institutes in Indonesia ”
Staff & students development Building international learning experiences Improvement of teaching and learning Research groups Teachers Researchers Teaching experts Teaching Students Office staff Joint research & teaching Academic workshops Self management for international competency of staff and students Human resource development International nursing competency trainings International standards of nursing services Encourage participation of joint research Expand and level up shared understanding of international cooperating partners Partnership building and strengthening Encourage of the Network Learning Clinical nursing Nurse tutors
MOU & Academic Collaborations with universities in Indonesia MOU Exchange student Exchange student Joint International conference/workshop exchange teachers (2014) STIKEs Gombong UMY, Semarang Lampung, Kendedes Malang UM Palembang 4 exchange staff (2014) STIKEs Gombong UMY, UM Surabaya UM Malang Outbound UMY—BNS (7) Outbound UMY—BNS (4) Outbound UMY—BNS (8) Inbound UMY—BNS (6) UMY—MNS (29) Inbound UMY—BNS (6) UMY—MNS (26) UM Surabaya (4) STIKEs Gombong (12) Pontianak (6) Outbound UMY—BNS (6) Pontianak (4) Host 3 rd NSF Host 3 rd GCHQR Join AIC-HHC, UMY Join 1 st Borneo INC, Pontianak Joint research workshop, Surabaya Joint research workshop, Gombong Host 2 nd INSF Host 1 st INSF Host AIC-HHC Join AIC-HHC Join 4 th INSF Joint research workshop, UMY Join INC, Widya Cipta Husada 2 institutes UMY Aisyiyah, Yogyakarta 15 institutes UM Semarang, Magelang, Surakarta, Samarinda, Purwokerto, Surakarta, Malang, Aisyiyah, Yogyakarta, Gombong, Pekajangan, Satria Bhakti Nganjuk, Udana U.,Pontuanak, Klaten, Lumbung Mangurat U, 21 institutes UM Jember, Ponorogo, Palembang, Prinsewu Lumpung, Kendedes Malang, Maharani Malang, Kadiri U, Kepenjen Malang, Widya Cipta Husada,Sri Mulia, Karya Husada Kediri,NA Lumajung, Pamenang Kediri, Polytech Semarang Aisyiyah Palembang, Intan Martapura Suaka Insan, Banjarmasin, Purwodadi Grobogan Inst. Fia Makassar, M Kudus 10 institutes UM Jakarta, Sumatera Barat, Lamongan, Hamzar, Budi Luhur, Dehasen Bengulu, Achmad Yani Yogyakarta, PKU M Surakarta, Sriwijaya U. International students Inbound UMY—BNS (6) UMY—MNS (15) UM Ponorogo (8) STIKEs Gombong (12) Pontianak (6) Samarinda (7) STIKEs Pekajangan (6) Outbound UMY—BNS (6) UMY—MNS (6) Pontianak (2) Gombong (4) UM Malang (4) UM Sarabaya (4) MNS-3 MNS-1 Ph.D.-1 MNS-8 Ph.D.-2 MNS-8 Ph.D.-2 MNS-1
Objectives of teachers exchange To strengthen academic and research collaboration between Faculty of Nursing, KKU and Us, Indonesia To provide opportunities for FoN-KKU & Us staff to expand their academic and research experience in the international levels To organize special lecture and workshop for teaching staff and students of Institutes in Indonesia to exchange ideas, opinions, and thoughts on related issues To assist teaching staff and providers of Institutes in Indonesia to develop a research proposal including data collection and analysis
Network school 1 Center school How joint activities be conducted Cluster learning Network school 2 Network school 3 Students exchanges Teachers exchanges Joint workshops or seminars HRD Short course training MNS PhD Study visits
Center school Supporting Center for specific issue Networking Research Teaching Seminars Trainings students teachers researchers UN LN NE Ce US LS 1. Clinical nursing improvement 2. Health service system design 3. Policies development Area interested initiatives Cluster 1 1. Network school (1)Establishing trusting relationships (2) Capacity building on human resources (5)Monitoring and evaluating for impacts and outputs (4)Implementing activities jointly (3)Developing joint activities upon own capacity (6)Modifying and developing more fruitful activities and innovations 4 Center school Research areas & programs Visits Forums speakers visitors clinical tutors
List of Exchange Faculties RESULTS No.FoN-KKU StaffSpecialtyHost Institute in Indonesia Time 1.Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kritaya Sawangchareon Mental health & Psychiatric Nursing STIKes Kendedes School of Health Sciences, Malang 14 Jun–12 Jul, 14 2.Dr. Ladawan Panpanit Geriatric Nursing Health Polytechnic of Semarang, Central Java 14 Jun–12 Jul, 14 3.Assoc. Prof. Dr. Somjit Dansrikaew Community Nursing STIKes Muhammadiyah, Gombong 15 Jun–12 Jul, 14 4.Asst.Prof.Dr. Khanittha Vorathongchai Nursing Administration STIKes Muhammadiyah, Palembang 17 Aug–13 Sep, 14 5.Asst.Prof.Dr. Klaphachoen Shokebumroong Adult NursingUMY, Yogyakarta31 Aug–27 Sep, 14 6.Dr. Chanokruthai Choen-arom Mental health & Psychiatric Nursing STIKes Muhammadiyah, Pringsewu 31 Aug–27 Sep, 14
RESULTS Host Institutes LectureWorkshopResearch Stikes Kendedes School of Health Science, Malang 5 lectures Themes: Schizophrenia, Intimate partner violence (IPV) Participants: 175 Midwife students Workshop on “IPV helping interview” Participants: 140 students & providers Title: Prevalence of IPV Progress: Proposal presentation & Research Tools orientation Health Polytechnic of Semarang, Central Java 5 lectures Themes: Thai Healthcare system and Nursing education, Aging process, Age friendly nursing care, Palliative care Participants: 300 students, staffs, and providers Workshop on “Health profile of older people: How to measure” Title: Health profile of older people in hospitals in Thailand and Indonesia Progress: Proposal was developed. Data collection and Preliminary data analysis was initiated.
RESULTS Host Institute s LectureWorkshopResearch Stikes Muhammadi yah, Gombong 5 lectures Themes: Diabetic management, Wound care, Substance use (alcohol, cigarette, smoking), Home care Workshop on “Participatory Action Research (PAR)” 3 research proposals were developed: 1) Quit smoking, 2) Prevent girl mom, 3) Smoking cessation in DM patients Progress: Data collection for “Smoking cessation in DM patients” was initiated. STIkes Muhammadiy ah, Palembang 9 lectures Themes: Nursing management, Nursing competencies, Scope of practice, Change, Enhancing the 6C through Information Technology Workshop on “Evidence based practice” Title: A study of Nursing Competencies for Nursing in Indonesia Research proposal was developed. EC submission was being done.
RESULTS Host Institute s Lecture Worksho p Research UMY, Yogyakarta 5 lectures Themes: Nursing profession, Nutritional status for CKD patients Participants: 300 BNS students and 90 Graduate students Workshop on “Improving quality of life of CKD patients” 3 research proposals were developed: 1) Nutritional status of CKD patients, 2) The relationship between knowledge and Risk behaviors among adult population, and 3) The relationship between knowledge relating prevention of foot ulcer and practicing among T2DM Progress: Research proposal for “Nutritional status of CKD patients” was developed. Data collection and Preliminary data analysis was initiated.
RESULTS Host Institute s LectureWorkshopResearch STIKes Muhammadiy ah Pringsewu 5 lectures Themes: Rumination, The Philosophy and Science of Caring, The Mental Health and Psychiatric Problems during Pregnancy, Research design Participants: 80 BNS students, 100 diploma midwife students, 100 diploma nursing students Workshop on “Application of Second and Third Waves of Cognitive Behavioral Approach Research Design and Methodology in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing” Title: Caregiver Burden, Ruminative Thinking, and Symptoms of Depression among Principal Caregivers of Patients with Schizophrenia Progress: Setting up research team (teaching staff of STIKes Muhammadiyah Pringsewu) Keynote speaker Topic: International Seminar in “Open your mind to Reach Your Potentiality Through Mindfulness”
Great opportunity to understand culture and establish friendship Continue faculty exchange program will benefits faculty staff and students of both sides Great opportunity to understand culture and establish friendship Continue faculty exchange program will benefits faculty staff and students of both sides Workshop Identify collaborativ e activities feedback activities 1. forums/workshops/s eminrs 2. teaching/training 3. study visits 4. research 5. consulting 6. etc.activities 1. forums/workshops/s eminrs 2. teaching/training 3. study visits 4. research 5. consulting 6. etc. Identify center institute, networking institutes, coordinators, academic program (upon agreements) Mapping & Matching teachers from each institute Effective strategy to promote research and academic collaboration Increase teaching and research experience at international level for both side Effective strategy to promote research and academic collaboration Increase teaching and research experience at international level for both side