Assessment of Current Status of Nursing Education in Bhutan- a Cross Sectional Study

International Journal of Nursing and Health Science
© 2017 by SSRG - IJNHS Journal
Volume 3 Issue 3
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Ms.Manikala Moktan, Dr.Vijay Mehta, Dr Elsa Sana, Dr Tashi Tobgay
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MLA Style:

Ms.Manikala Moktan, Dr.Vijay Mehta, Dr Elsa Sana, Dr Tashi Tobgay, "Assessment of Current Status of Nursing Education in Bhutan- a Cross Sectional Study" SSRG International Journal of of Nursing and Health Science 3.3 (2017): 10-11.

APA Style:

Ms.Manikala Moktan, Dr.Vijay Mehta, Dr Elsa Sana, Dr Tashi Tobgay,(2017). Assessment of Current Status of Nursing Education in Bhutan- a Cross Sectional Study. SSRG International Journal of of Nursing and Health Science 3(3), 10-11.

Abstract:

 In Bhutan, nursing profession started as apprentice program and when health school was established in 1974, Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery (1982) commenced. Since inception no assessment was done to understand the current status of nursing education in Bhutan. Focus group discussion, a qualitative method is used for this study. Content and thematic analyses were used to analyse data.

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Key Words:

   Nursing education, institute, assessment, nurse educators, clinical nurses, diploma program, district hospitals, clinical areas.