|Title:||Centennial retrospective on the evolution and development of nursing education in Taiwan||Keywords:||Centennial evolution; Nursing education; Taiwan||Issue Date:||2014||Journal Volume:||61||Start page/Pages:||62-68||Source:||Journal of Nursing||Abstract:||
Nursing education in Taiwan has developed signifcantly over the past one hundred years. Throughout the frst half of the 20th century, nursing education in Taiwan ended at the high school level. However, over the most recent 50 years, this level has been gradually raised, and nursing doctoral programs are now offered today. Changes in the nursing profession over the past century have been infuenced by social and political factors, war, the health care policies, and national education policies. Areas of nursing education that have presented key challenges to change and innovation include the nursing faculty, curriculum, teaching materials, and quality of teaching. Today, key future goals for nursing education in Taiwan are: Raising the entry level of generic nursing education from junior high to the high-school level, improving the curricula for master's and doctoral students, cultivating advanced practice nurses, improving the quality of nursing faculties, and establishing a mechanism to ensure the consistent quality of nursing education.
|DOI:||10.6224/JN.61.4S.62||metadata.dc.subject.other:||centennial evolution; history; human; nursing education; retrospective study; review; Taiwan; centennial evolution; nursing education; Taiwan; Education, Nursing; History, 19th Century; History, 20th Century; History, 21st Century; Humans; Retrospective Studies; Taiwan
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