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Nursing education systems in Korea, China and the United States of America and its future directions

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  • Nursing education systems in Korea, China and the United States of America and its future directions
  • Shin, Sung Rae; Shin, Kyung Rim; Li, Chun Yu
  • Korean Society of Nursing Science


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Title Nursing education systems in Korea, China and the United States of America and its future directions
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Author(English)

Shin, Sung Rae; Shin, Kyung Rim; Li, Chun Yu

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[Seoul, Korea]:Korean Society of Nursing Science

Date 2002
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing:vol. 32(no. 7)
Pages 11
Subject Country United States(Americas)
China(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Social Development < Health
Social Development < Education
Holding Korean Society of Nursing Science

Abstract

Background. Korea and the People’s Republic of China received their nursing traditions from European and the American missionaries in the late 1800’s. However, the stages of nursing education development and its standards are not same among countries. Korea, People’s Republic of China and the United States have gone through various internal socio-political, hierarchical changes which impact development of its nursing education systems in the past. Purpose and Methods. In this paper the authors have endeavored to review undergraduate nursing education systems in Korea, China and the United States in consideration with their unique historical social and political background of its development. Result: Korea has two nursing education systems: associate and baccalaureate. China developed three types of nursing education systems: certificate, associate and baccalaureate. (The rest omitted)