This article explores implications of Patient-Focused Care (PFC) for the education and training of nurses.
It does so by examining various models of competence and their strengths and limitations as bases for developing training programmes.
It cautions against attempting to transpose an approach to training based on the U.S.A. model of PFC without modification, given the differing nursing roles in the U.K. PFC setting.
It argues for a broad-based definition of competence rather than a narrower focus on training in specific skills alone.
Mots-clés Pascal : Pratique professionnelle, Changement, Aptitude professionnelle, Infirmier, Personnel sanitaire, Homme, Formation professionnelle, Nursing, Malade, Qualité, Soin, Santé publique, Royaume Uni, Europe
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Professional practice, Change, Vocational aptitude, Nurse, Health staff, Human, Occupational training, Nursing, Patient, Quality, Care, United Kingdom, Europe
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Cote : 96-0146855
Code Inist : 002B30A05. Création : 199608.