Nursing education

How has nursing evolved since you graduated from your original nursing program? Is nursing today what you expected when you enter nursing education?

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Changes in nursing education have been the most significant change experienced over the past ten years. Most universities and relevant medical institutions have offered specialized degrees and more formal and complex training. They have made this education more accessible hence significant to nursing students (Şenyuva, 2019). Schools have made more possible ways of achieving the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) through online programs, using flexible schedules, and even helping in clinical placements. More advanced degrees in nursing are becoming conveniently available online; hence aspiring NPs can even attain a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) without attending physical classes and by working full time. All these changes experienced in nursing today could not have been dreamed of some years back.

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Nursing Education