Development Of Integrative Health Vocational Curriculum
The development of this health vocational curriculum is based on the practice of a non-medical treatment system that applies in Indonesia, known as the alternative medicine system. In order to minimize the malpractice of this system, the discussion becomes urgently taught empirically in vocational education institutions. The use of the method in research on preferred reporting items for systemic review and meta-analyses (PRISMA) is based on the results of reviews from several articles in national journals. The research stage is carried out through collection with the PICO model, search strategies and selection of relevant studies based on electronic databases (google scholar, PubMed, Elsevier, national index, science direct, web of science, and national index), extraction of filtering published articles taken from 2017 to 2022 based on inclusion criteria. The research findings are in the form of an integrative health vocational curriculum model, which includes the formulation of potential curricula and their implementation. The formulation of a potential curriculum is in the form of (1) the formulation of sociological, philosophical, and psychological foundations; (2) the determination of the structure of the curriculum, and (3) the description of subjects. Meanwhile, curriculum implementation has work steps (a) formulation of a learning implementation plan (RPP); and (b) a learning process.