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Title: Nursing training in Brazil and in Portugal: similarities and specificities
Authors: Santos, S.S.C.
Lopes, M. J.
Fonseca, A.
Silva, G.
Teixeira, E.
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Santos, S.S.C.; Lopes, M.J.; Fonseca, A.; Silva, G.; Teixeira, E.Nursing training in Brazil and in Portugal: similarities and specificities, Journal of Nursing and Socioenvironmental Health, 1, 1, 37-45, 2014.
Abstract: Objective: To identify similarities/specificities in the nursing training in Brazil and in Portugal. This is a documentary research conducted in two higher education institutions, in January 2013. Method: It was focused on the National Curriculum Guidelines and on the Bologna Process. Results: Common points: objectives and profile of the newly-trained nurses grounded on competencies; teaching of education in/for health. Brazilian specificity: universal admission; three disciplines focused on research; mandatory discipline related to elderly care; two optional disciplines: Alternative therapies and Brazilian Language of Signs; insertion of complementary activities, actions in teaching/research/extension; basis of teaching: compliance with the Brazilian Unified Health System. Portuguese Specificity: admission with regionalized medical certificate; grounded on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System; compulsory disciplines: Clinical Reasoning in Nursing; Family Nursing; Development throughout life; Rehabilitative Nursing and Prospects of development of the Nursing; two optional disciplines: entrepreneurship and arts; basis of teaching: clinical teaching. Conclusions: There are similarities and specificities between the surveyed courses.
Other Identifiers: 23589884
Type: article
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