Nurse only with a college diploma Added:9.12. 2003
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Nurse only with a college diploma

In the European Union is quite common that nurses receive education at universities. For us to this profession so far were only secondary school in the discipline. Since the school year 2005/06, however, it had radically changed.

In the European Union is quite common that nurses receive education at universities. For us to this profession so far were only secondary school in the discipline. Since the school year 2005/06, however, it had radically changed.

Although the absence of disappearance of secondary medical schools, but their graduates do not get the title of nurse, but only the title of medical assistant. Certainly is not one of purely formal change. Health care assistants, as employees with lesser qualifications within the lower grade and extent of their powers will be limited compared to nurses. Assistants, all activities at the hospital to perform under the supervision of their superiors.

To obtain the status of nurses will be required to complete at least 3.5 years of college or 3-year bachelor's degree in college. Current students, as well as teachers in secondary medical schools, of course, against such a decision by a majority protest. In addition, there is also some concern that the youth will study on this type of schools still seem less interested. Already, said some students their education advisors from the medical school application forms warn.

But the truth is that the practice of higher education for nurses is common in the EU for many years, and if we want our students stand out in this competition, apparently similar changes be avoided.

Association of secondary medical schools is the head of the Milan Riedl radically against the new order. "It's just that distinguish high school competencies, graduates of higher learning and vysokoškolaček, including graduate studies. It is necessary to determine what a high school graduate can perform alone, as under the direct leadership and professional supervision, "says Riedl.

So far, however, is not clear what should be the content of the reformed and newly developed medical disciplines. You can only hope that higher education could increase the competitiveness of our sisters for example in another way, in a foreign language. Now this is one of the major obstacles that hinder the work of our medical staff in the West.

Against this, however, argues the deputy director of the Nursing school in Mlada Boleslav Kačírková Ian: „There is beginning to distinguish who is“ The Sister "and who is a Czech. My common sense it is not enough, after all, our sisters working in the EU today, and with success. "

Opposite view is Kortová Susan, a student of Bachelor of Nursing Field Medical Faculty of Masaryk University in Brno: "From my own experience I know that graduates of secondary medical schools often have very little theoretical and practical assumptions that they could work independently in the hospital. The need for higher body is definitely moving in the right direction. "

 

Source: www.ihned.cz

 




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