Introduction: In the COVID-19 pandemic, educational institutions must align learning programs with advances in information technology and conditions of COVID-19. Knowledge about COVID-19 nursing care is also very much needed, especially for students majoring in Nursing.One of the media suitable for current conditions is e-learning, which can have a positive effect because students can study independently anytime and anywhere. The-learning method has more independence. Some experts believe that in learning, learner autonomy and self-determination are important. This research method uses the ADDIE Model. This study aims to investigate the problems and needs of the learning program in nursing care COVID-19 and to respond to the Nursing care learning program for COVID-19 disease.
Method: The research was conducted at the nursing department of Jayapura Health Polytechnic. Data collection techniques using questionnaires and observation sheets. The data were analyzed using quantitative descriptive, namely changing the quantitative data from the results of product validation and testing into qualitative data based on the criteria for the validity and feasibility of the product. The ADDIE model stages consist of five steps: analysis, design, development or production, implementation and evaluation.
Result: The results showed that 78.2% of COVID-19 nursing care learning was inadequate, and 82% indicated the need for COVID-19 nursing care learning. The expert team's assessment of program development is averaging 81.6% with valid criteria. The results of product trials in the small group obtained an average result of 81.11% with very good criteria. While the results of product trials in the large group were 81.26% with very good criteria.
Conclusion: The results of the COVID-19 nursing care learning program using e-learning were developed through the stages of analysis, design, development, trial and evaluation. It is necessary to test the product to produce an up-to-date program. The development of COVID-19 nursing care learning programs using e-learning makes it easier to understand and be able to achieve the competencies expected in the COVID-19 pandemic situation.