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چکیده

آموزش مداوم به آن دسته از فعالیت‌هایی که جهت حفظ، توسعه یا ارتقاء دانش، مهارت، عملکرد حرفه‌ای و ارتباطاتی که اعضای تیم سلامت در ارائه خدمت به بیماران، جامعه یا حرفه خود بکار می‌گیرند، اطلاق می‌شود. هدف این مطالعه بررسی وضعیت موجود آموزش مداوم پرستاری در ایران و جهان بود. ابتدا مقالات مرتبط از طریق پایگاه‌های اطلاعاتی Blackwell, Science Direct, CINAHL PubMed, Proquest, Google Scholar, Google, با استفاده از کلید واژه‌های آموزش مداوم، توسعه مداوم حرفه‌ای و آموزش مادام‌العمر جستجو شد. در این مقاله به مباحثی همچون تاریخچه آموزش مداوم، اهداف و امتیازات اختصاص یافته در برنامه آموزش مداوم پرستاری در ایران و برخی از کشورهای دنیا پرداخته شده است. در کل، برگزاری دوره‌های آموزش مداوم پرستاری منجر به ارتقا آشناسازی پرستاران با اصول حرفه‌ای و جدید‌ترین مباحث تخصصی آنان می شود.

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عنوان مقاله [English]

Comparison of Continuing Nursing Education in Iran and the World

نویسندگان [English]

  • Farkhondeh Sharif
  • Roya Dokoohaki
  • Farahnaz Raieskarimian

چکیده [English]

Continuing education refers to activities used to maintain, develop, or improve healthcare workers’ knowledge, skills, professional performance, and relationships for providing services to patients, society, or their profession. This study aimed to evaluate the current status of continuing nursing education in Iran and the world. The relevant articles were extracted from Blackwell, Science Direct, CINAHL PubMed, Proquest, Google Scholar, and Google databases using the following keywords: “continuing education”, “continuing professional development”, and “lifelong learning”. This paper was focused on history of continuing education as well as goals of continuing nursing education programs in Iran and some other countries. The results revealed that holding continuing nursing education courses improved nurses’ orientation about professional issues and new professional contents.

کلیدواژه‌ها [English]

  • Continuing education
  • Continuing nursing education
  • Professional education

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