CONSIDERING TRAINING OF FUTURE NURSING STAFF IN LATIN AMERICA

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  • María Consuelo Castrillón Agudelo Universidad de Antioquia

Abstract


The objective of this paper is to generate discussion among nurses who teach, conduct research, or serve as administrators and planners both en the health and education, sectors and to encourage the development of actions to strengthen nursing education. The article is based on the author’s experiences in research, teaching, consulting and evaluation of nursing programs; and froma review of literature to help contextualize current and future health issues in the region. Findings form studies about nursing education and the nursing workforce in Latin America indicate the need for substantial changes in the training of these professionals. Conclusion: No single effort to improve and modernize nursing education will be sufficient, as long as academic projects and research do not articulate with the services and the health needs of the people to promote harmonious developments relevant to the realities of health and of nursing education and practice.

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Author Biography

María Consuelo Castrillón Agudelo, Universidad de Antioquia

Enfermera, Magíster en Educación. Investigadora del Grupo de Investigación “La práctica de enfermería en el contexto social” -GIPECS- de la Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia

Published

2009-02-17

How to Cite

Castrillón Agudelo, M. C. (2009). CONSIDERING TRAINING OF FUTURE NURSING STAFF IN LATIN AMERICA. Investigación Y Educación En Enfermería, 26(3). Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/iee/article/view/2877

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REFLECTION ARTICLES / ARTÍCULO DE REFLEXION / ARTIGO DE REFLEXÃO

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