L’infermiere specialista in area critica: studio descrittivo sulla ricaduta formativa dei master clinici

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Introduzione: l’infermiere specialista clinico, figura individuata attraverso la legge 43 del febbraio 2006, rappresenta a tutt’oggi uno degli aspetti controversi della formazione post laurea di primo livello;
nonostante il riconoscimento normativo e la diffusione di numerosi percorsi di specializzazione attraverso master universitari, il ruolo e le competenze dei professionisti specialisti vengono raramente riconosciuti in maniera formale nelle organizzazioni sanitarie.



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Imbrìaco, G., & Sebastiani, S. (2018). L’infermiere specialista in area critica: studio descrittivo sulla ricaduta formativa dei master clinici. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 32(3), 5–18. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2015.66