Exploring nursing education in the People's Republic of China, Japan and Turkey.

@article{Thobaben2005ExploringNE,
  title={Exploring nursing education in the People's Republic of China, Japan and Turkey.},
  author={Marshelle Thobaben and Deborah A Roberts and Aysel Badir and Hong-Wei Wang and Murayama Hiroshi and Sachiyo Murashima and Atsuko Taguchi},
  journal={Contemporary nurse},
  year={2005},
  volume={19 1-2},
  pages={5-16}
}
The global nursing shortage has caused competition and cooperation between countries desperate for registered nurses (RNs), and has led to an increase in migration and international recruitment of nurses. Some nursing diplomas or degrees earned in one country may not be transferable to another. As a result, there is growing interest in common standards and competencies of entry-level nurses to guide future registered nurse agreements between countries or multi-country licensure programs. An… CONTINUE READING

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