Care Competence in Nursing Education

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Bagnasco, Annamaria ; Rosa, Francesca ; Aleo, Giuseppe ; Sasso, Loredana (2012)
  • Publisher: Journal of European CME
  • Journal: Journal of European CME (issn: 2161-4083, eissn: 2161-4083)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/jecme.v1i0.22587
  • Subject: nursing education , competence , critical thinking , competence-based education

We present this commentary to discuss the main European initiatives and issues regarding education for health professionals, specifi cally nurses, both to stimulate international debate and to learn more about what is happening in this fi eld in other continents.(Published: 26 April 2012)Keywords: nursing education , competence , critical thinking , competence-based education DOI: 10.3109/21614083.2012.677711
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