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Comparing Nursing Education
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Comparing nursing education: China and Poland Introduction Environmental systems around enterprises and professions vary across regions and political boundaries with political, legal, and cultural factors forming bases for the differences. Education system into professions is one of the variables across countries.
Political history and development of nursing education: Comparison of Poland and China The history of nursing education in China demonstrates little relationship with the country’s political history. Nursing education in the country has been widely influenced by western countries, with the United States playing a major role while the country’s political system and forces have not played an active role in the profession’s education. The only political influence on the evolution of nursing education in the country is the Cultural Revolution that took place between 1966 and 1976 and stopped a planned registration of nurses into a new program and approval of nursing as an academic program in higher institution by education ministry. Major developments into the current nursing education status are however attributable to American missionaries and healthcare foundations (Xu, Xu and Zhang, 2000). Unlike the nursing education in China, the education in Poland has been influenced, significantly by political transitions in the country. The first nursing school, University Nursing School, was established in 1911 and only took three years before the First World War interrupted its operations and forced its closure. ...
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