|Title: ||Diversity in nursing education: do we really want it?|
|Other Titles: ||Nurse education|
|Citation: ||Nurse Education Today, 22 (5): 358-362|
|Journal: ||Nurse Education Today|
|Issue Date: ||2002 |
|Additional Links: ||http://www.nurseeducationtoday.com|
|Abstract: ||This paper explores the concept of diversity at the level of the system and organisation, in essence, at the level of Faculty, School or Department of Nursing. As a major educational concept, it has a strong ethical and policy component. The idea of diversity can also provoke debate. Issues that are debated include: Why is diversity important? How can it be measured? Is it increasing or decreasing? What policies can enhance or restrict it?|
|Appears in Collections: ||Professional and Adult Learning|
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