"It should continue to be improved by improving the quality of curriculum and lecturers, and then establish cooperation with foreign parties. Besides, it needs to formulate strategic steps in creating a new strategy of professional curriculum," said Vice Rector I.
No less important, according to Sujono it should be discussed the salaries of nurses, so that in their practice they would not violate the professional ethics code. Involving alumni in the formulation of the curriculum is expected to produce a feasible decision in the future. "Curriculum becomes one of the accreditation assessments, so that lecturers should be able to increase the totality and not stop at formality," he continued. Besides from being able transferring science, lecturers are also expected to emphasize the teaching of ethics, morality and spirituality to students.
Chief of the Department of Nursing, Ririn Harini, S. Kep, said about the importance of ethics and moral which are well-established through the teaching. It is because the challenge of today's society is much more severe than the past.
Added by Titih Huriah, in an effort to realize mission creating intelligent and competitive Indonesians it needs curriculum changes right from internal and external university. "From the outside, it is usually derived from the number of complaints on the quality of graduates produced by a university. So, there were many assumptions of society and hospitals that graduates can only speak," he explained wistfully.
Likewise at the phenomenon that occurs in Jogjakarta. Although the curriculum has been updated but the form of teaching and the educational paradigms were difficult to change. It caused the graduates produced were not fully optimized yet. Therefore, it needed curriculum orientation changes. "Lecturers should be a facilitator and assist students in solving one problem, and then let them develop in accordance with their competence of each," she said. (rwp/nas/t_alf)