Le competenze dell’infermiere nell’emergenza territoriale: analisi dei contenuti dei piani di studio nella formazione avanzata in Italia

Luciano Clarizia, Paola De Lucia, Marco Tomietto, Anna Maria Ferrariesi


Introduzione:la costruzione delle competenze cliniche è un elemento fondamentale nella formazione infermieristica. Mentre nei piani di studi di 1° livello esistono criteri omogenei a livello Italiano ed internazionale, nella formazione avanzata esiste un’ampia variabilità. Nella formazione avanzata in area critica non è chiaro come i piani di studio contribuiscano alle competenze per l’infermieristica in emergenza territoriale. 

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