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- EU minimum harmonised training for general care nurses – time for an update?
EU minimum harmonised training for general care nurses – time for an update?
12 November 2019Science 14, Brussels
The aim of the workshop is to discuss the main scientific and technical advancements affecting the nursing profession and the knowledge & skills and training subjects listed under Directive 2005/36/EC as amended.
Presentation of the study on mapping and assessment of developments in EU/EFTA States’ professional training of nurses responsible for general care
Impact of scientific and technical advancements on professional training of nurses in light of study results
Scientific and technical advancements – need for an update of the EU minimum harmonised training? What is possible within the limits of the Commission’s delegated power under Directive 2005/36/EC?
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