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March 25, 2005



In various parts of the world, the educational background for nurses varies widely.
In some parts of eastern Europe, nurses are high school graduates with twelve to eighteen months of training.
In contrast, Chile requires any registered nurse to have at least a bachelor's degree.
In the United Kingdom, nurses must attend a university in order to qualify as a nurse.
Student obtain either a High National Diploma or a Bachelor's Degree
(which varies from institution to institution; some may award BCs,
whilst others may award a BN). Some university courses attract an Honours Degree
(eg BN (Hons)). The requirements for the degree or the diploma are set down by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC),
which is the regulatory body for nursing and midwifery.
Typically, [url=]student nurses[/url] will complete a minimum of three extended (42 weeks) academic years,
of which 50% is theoretical and 50% is practical.
A variety of placements are attended during this time, including care of the elderly,
medical and surgical wards, community and critical care.
Some students may get to experience a short placement in maternity, too.
[url=]Nurses[/url] are the most needed workers in the medical field today,
there are over thousand registered nurses in the United States of America (U.S.) alone,
comprising about 13% of the fifteen thousand workers in the health care and social assistance
category tracked by the U.S. Department of Labor

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