The Nursing Profession Study Program was established in 2002 under the Faculty of Medicine at Universitas Brawijaya (FK UB) with the primary aim of producing graduates capable of delivering comprehensive, holistic, and evidence-based nursing care in compliance with both national and international standards.
Initially named the Nursing Profession Education Study Program (PS PPN), it underwent a name change in 2018, becoming the Nursing Profession Study Program (PS PN), in alignment with government regulations outlined in the Nursing Law. In 2022, the Nursing Profession Study Program joined FHS UB.
Since its inception, this study program has consistently evolved and improved, encompassing curriculum development, human resource enhancement, and infrastructure expansion. The study program also collaborates with various hospitals and community health centers in Malang and its surrounding areas to provide students with valuable clinical practice opportunities.
Graduates of the Nursing Profession Study Program at FHS UB have not only established themselves in various regions of Indonesia but have also ventured into international settings. Furthermore, the program maintains its commitment to conducting research and engaging in community service initiatives within the field of nursing, thus contributing to the advancement of nursing care quality in Indonesia.
Vision of the Nursing Profession Study Program
Pioneering in the application of nursing science and technology, elevating society’s quality of life through a globally competitive approach to chronic care nursing.
Mission of the Nursing Profession Study Program
- Providing nursing education distinguished by excellence in chronic care nursing by cultivating graduates who are devoted to their faith in the Almighty, possess elevated moral and ethical values, exhibit independence, professionalism, innovation, and international competitiveness.
- Conducting research for the advancement of nursing science and practice through a chronic care nursing approach and the application of evidence-based practice.
- Actively engaging in community service by applying the latest science and technology within a chronic care nursing framework, ultimately enhancing the community’s quality of life.
- Fostering both domestic and international collaborations aimed at elevating the quality of education, research, and community service.