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Nursing Management. New students’ book’s review

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2021-05-04
Issue: 
5
Year: 
2021

T.V. Matveichyk Belarusian Medical Academy of Post-Graduate Education

The dynamics of changes in nursing education over a significant period of time, as it is done in the monograph T.V. Matveichik. “Transformation of nursing education in the history of Belarus: from the experience of the past - a step into the future”, testifies to the sequence of its changes in favor of practical orientation, the development of the concept of partnerships between a doctor, a nurse, a doctor’s assistant and a renewed interest in nursing care, due to demographic indicators similar for the European region. Against the background of serious changes in the provision of medical care to the population, due to the accelerated arrival of new information technologies, the improvement and redistribution of the functions of the doctor’s assistant and the IUCN (communicative, evidence-based practice, expert, collaboration, professional, pedagogical, moral justice) are predicted. The work is a review of the new textbook by T.V. Matveychik, issued by the Belarusian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education (Republic of Belarus) “Nursing Management: Study Method. manual for the specialty 1-79-01-06 “Nursing” for the system of additional education. “The article provides an analysis of normative materials based on the Concept for the Development of Nursing in the Republic of Belarus for 2021-2025 on the functions of management and organization of teamwork for chief (senior) nurses, maintaining sanitary and epidemiological well-being, preanalytical stage of laboratory examination, diagnosis of the syndrome of cruel dealing with an old person and an algorithm of actions when it is identified. The new functions of a general nurse in work with patients with chronic non-communicable diseases are presented. The modern adaptive-situational model of patient care is presented, as well as the peculiarities of work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Keywords: 
secondary medical education
nursing education
nursing training
medical college
nursing skills



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