Perbandingan Kurikulum Pendidikan Bidan di Indonesia, New Zaeland, dan Australia

Ari Indra Susanti

Abstract


Bidan adalah salah satu tenaga kesehatan sebagai profesi yang terus berkembang sehingga harus mengikuti perkembangan dan perubahan globalisasi. Era globalisasi menuntut tersedianya sumber daya manusia profesional dalam memberikan pelayanan kepada masyarakat. Oleh karena itu, diperlukan pengembangan kurikulum pendidikan bidan berdasarkan kebutuhan perkembangan zaman dengan membandingkan kurikulum pendidikan bidan di Indonesia, New Zaeland, dan Australia. Metode yang digunakan pada penulisan artikel ini dengan menggunakan penelaahan literatue (literature riview) berupa proses penyusunana sintesis kepustakaan. Tahap yang dilakukan dengan menelusuri kepustakaan, menemukan ide utama setiap artikel, dan menuliskan dengan gaya paraphrase. Hal tersebut, dilakukan dengan mengumpulkan berbagai referensi berupa artikel-artikel ilmiah dan text book berdasarkan kajian tentang kurikulum pendidikan bidan di Negara Indonesia, New Zaeland, dan Australia. Dengan demikan, hasil kajian perbandingan kurikulum pendidikan bidan bertujuan untuk mengembangkan kurikulum pendidikan bidan yang dapat menghasilkan lulusan bidan profesional dalam memberikan asuhan yang berpusat pada wanita.

Kata Kunci: Bidan, Kurikulum, Pendidikan

 

Midwives are one of the health workers as a profession that continues to develop so that they must follow the developments and changes of globalization. The era of globalization demands the availability of professional human resources in providing services to the community. Therefore, it is necessary to develop a midwife education curriculum based on the needs of the times by comparing the midwife education curriculum in Indonesia, New Zealand, and Australia. The method used in writing this article uses a literature review in the form of a library synthesis compilation process. The stage was carried out by browsing the literature, finding the main idea of each article, and writing in a paraphrase style. This has done by collecting various references in the form of scientific articles and text books based on studies on the midwifery education curriculum in Indonesia, New Zealand, and Australia. Thus, the results of the comparative study of midwifery education curriculum aim to develop a midwife education curriculum that can produce professional midwife graduates in providing women-centred care.


Keywords


Midwife; Curriculum; Education

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