Evidence Based National Framework for Undergraduate Nursing Education in Sri Lanka

@inproceedings{Jayasekara2013EvidenceBN,
  title={Evidence Based National Framework for Undergraduate Nursing Education in Sri Lanka},
  author={Rasika Jayasekara},
  year={2013}
}
Introduction In Sri Lanka, nursing education is moving from diploma nursing certificate to a university bachelor degree. In this transitional stage, the development of an evidence based national level framework for undergraduate nursing education is a crucially important step to improve nursing education and nursing service in Sri Lanka. The overall purpose of this PhD research study was to develop an evidence-based national framework for undergraduate nursing education in Sri Lanka. Method My… 
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