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Baccalaureate nursing education: Has it delivered? A retrospective critique. Open Access
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Pijl-Zieber, E. M.
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Despite political support for the baccalaureate degree as entry to practice, historical concerns over nursing education - the value of education versus service, professional versus vocational identity and theoretical versus practical knowledge - persist. The authors challenge the notion of a \"two-tiered\" nursing system and call for a nationwide curriculum review to help the profession adapt to the changing needs of the Canadian healthcare system.
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Pijl-Zieber, E. M., Grypma, S., & Barton, S. (2014). Baccalaureate nursing education: Has it delivered? A retrospective critique. Nursing Leadership (Toronto, Ont.), 27(2), 27-34.
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