Singaraja – Postgraduate Ganesha University of Education (Undiksha) again held a doctoral promotion exam, Thursday (30/6/2022. The exam was followed by promovenda Ns. Ni Nyoman Gunahariati, S.Kep., M.M., from the Educational Sciences Doctoral Study Program.
In the offline exam, Gunahariati presented a dissertation entitled “Development of Patient Safety Learning Based on Problem Based Learning for Nursing Students at the College of Health Sciences”. His research was motivated by the absence of available modules with material in accordance with the WHO curriculum. “Therefore, as a Patient Safety teacher, I intend to make a book that is in accordance with the WHO curriculum,” he explained.
Although during the research process there were a few challenges faced because they had to adjust the allotted time to conduct trials with the existing curriculum in educational institutions, in the end the dissertation he brought was successfully defended before the Examiner Board and led him to become the 35th doctor who was “born” from Undiksha Postgraduate. “When implementing it, I have to follow the time available in educational institutions because we cannot directly provide, implement, test what we make,” he explained.
Promovenda who was born in Denpasar hopes that the results of his research can be useful for students and nurses. “So in the trainings during seminars or workshops, all the materials I get are from the modules that I made,” he hoped.
During his doctoral education at Undiksha Postgraduate, he admitted that he did not experience any significant obstacles because the lecturers were very helpful and patient to guide him. In the future, this 3rd child from 4 siblings hopes that after he holds a doctorate degree, he can produce something useful both in the fields of education and health.
On the other hand, Undiksha Postgraduate Director Prof. Dr. I Gusti Putu Suharta, M.Si proudly welcomes the birth of this new doctor. This achievement shows that the educational process at Undiksha Postgraduate is running very well and smoothly. He hopes that the research results contained in the dissertation can continue to be developed so that it can provide greater benefits, both for the development of educational science in particular and also beneficial for the community. “We also hope that those concerned can continue to apply their knowledge in the fields of service, journal writing, and others, and be able to become graduates who are characterized, adaptive, collaborative, skilled, and inspiring,” he concluded. (hms)