Description of Ners Profession :

A Nurse profession program (NP) is continuation of academic phase focused in clinical practice. It means, in this stage will be implemented in 36 Semester creadits  (reffering to PERKEMENDIKBUD RI Number 49 Year 2004 about SNPT article 17 paragraph 2 point e and AIPNI‚Äôs curiculum in 7 level of achievement). Nurse Professional Program is  stage of the profession adaptation process to recieve delegation authority step by step to implemented professional Nursing care, provide provide health education to carry out client advocacy functions, make legal and ethical decisions and use the latest research results related to nursing profession is a requirement to become a professional nurse, so the Nurse Professional Program becomes mandatory for students who have completed undergraduate nursing education, educational institutions as education providers are responsible for graduates to facilitate and graduate up to the nurse professional education.

Purpose :

The nurse profession aims to prepare students to be able to carry out their functions and roles as nurses. This is in accordance with the framework of the indonesian national qualifications (kkni) and the national higher education standards (snpt) that the professional education program aims to prepare students to become members of society and enrich national culture. So that students are expected to have professional attitudes and abilities to:

  1. Apply the concepts, theories and principles of nursing science that have been obtained when fulfilling the undergraduate nursing education program in implementing nursing services and / or care to individuals, families and communities.
  2. Carry out nursing services and or care from simple problems to complex problems completely, through the nursing process, namely:
  3. Assessment: assessing health status, physical examination and assessing the basic needs of individuals, families and communities in the bio-psycho-socio-cultural-spiritual aspects of the various available sources.
  4. Determination of nursing diagnoses: formulating priority nursing problems based on the results of assessments that have been carried out to individuals, families and communities.
  5. Nursing action planning: planning a series of nursing actions in an effort to meet unmet basic needs and address nursing problems based on predetermined problem priorities.
  6. Nursing implementation: performing nursing actions in accordance with the nursing action plans that have been compiled.
  7. Evaluation: evaluating the results of nursing actions and the entire process in nursing care, and planning and implementing the necessary follow-up.
  8. Documenting the entire nursing process systematically and utilizing it in an effort to improve the quality of nursing care.