Des-interest in professional educating in the production of the National Seminar on Guidelines for Nursing Education.

[Des-interest in professional educating in the production of the National Seminar on Guidelines for Nursing Education]. Rev Bras Enferm. 2014 Jan;67(1):141-8 Authors: Vieira SL, Silva GT, Fernandes JD, Biao E Silva AC, Santana MS, Santos TB Abstract Documentary, retrospective, quali-quantitative research, which aimed to examine the approaches of scientific productions through summaries of the 12 and 13 national seminar on guidelines for the education in nursing, which raised the medium-level technical professional education in nursing. Specific objectives: quantify and discuss the scientific production of events regarding the geographical distribution of authors, objectives and methodology of the studies. As a criterion for inclusion the abstracts should contain at least one of the following descriptors in the title and/or objectives: education in nursing, technical education in nursing, vocational education. Reviewed 637 abstracts, 23 met the inclusion criteria. The production was concentrated in the Southeast region in Brazil and the objectives featured mainly teaching practices of the nurses. There was little expressiveness of vocational at the event, signaling the need for more studies, considering the relevance of the technical level professionals for the Nursing profession and the health system. PMID: 24676081 [PubMed - in process]
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