護理人員執業執照更新繼續教育課程規劃: 以護理倫理與法規爲例

Translated title of the contribution: Continuing Education for Nursing License Renewal: A Case Study of Nursing Ethics and Regulations

林秋芬, 楊勤熒, 陳小蓮, 盧美秀

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Abstract

This study proposes a new continuing education program for nursing license renewal that includes nursing ethics, regulation, nosocomial infection control and gender issues. Classifications, themes (nursing ethics, regulation, nosocomial infection control and gender issues), hours and teacher qualifications are also suggested. A questionnaire survey was performed to investigate continuing educating in medical organizations, nursing unions and professional societies during the past 3 years and future. The questionnaire results were analyzed by a focus group of experts. Results of study: 1. This continuing education 15 point program allocate : six in nursing ethics, six in regulation, one in nosocomial infection control and two in gender issues. 2. Suggestions of the classifications, themes and hours for the above four issues. 3. The following standards for teachers are proposed: (1) Bachelor and related experience for 5 years, (2) instructor and related teaching experience for 2 years, (3) assistant professor, associate professor and professor. And give one's class, education, training or certificate in related specialty. This suggestion provides a reference for a continuing education program for nursing license renewal that includes nursing ethics, regulation, nosocomial infection control and gender issues and is designed to meet the practical requirements of clinical practice.
Translated title of the contributionContinuing Education for Nursing License Renewal: A Case Study of Nursing Ethics and Regulations
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)159-169
Number of pages11
Journal醫護科技學刊
Volume10
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Jul 1 2008

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