Application of Problem-Based Learning in Community Health by Undergraduate Nursing Students

Published: 2 April 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5htjyy43h2.1
Huda Rasheed


Introduction: Nursing students are the upcoming health care delivery system; according to their standard of learning, it will affect their clinical training and can be attributed to their practice. One of the best method is to identify and encourage their thinking abilities by utilizing problem-based learning. Objective: The study aimed to determine and assess the application of problem-based learning in community health by undergraduate nursing students. Methodology: A descriptive with case studies reviewed used by extracting data from many articles related to problem-based learning in community health which borrowed and assessed from E-books and e-journal websites like CINAHEL, EBISCO, and Google Scholar, etc. After that, the data was critically analyzed and evaluated related to the application of problem-based learning on undergraduate nursing students. Result: The result appeared that most of the research studies proved and supported the application of problem-based learning as effective learning paradigm for undergraduate nursing students in community health, and students can solve patients' problems in a better way by using the problem-based learning method. Conclusion: In conclusion, problem-based learning is an essential part of the nursing education that cause increase knowledge, performance, and merge it to the nursing concepts. It was suggested that teaching tutors and instructors need to examine their perceptions about merging problem-based learning in nursing education.



British University in Dubai


Community Health Nursing