Current Nursing Trends

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Name: Institution: Title: Learning from nursing history is very important in appreciating the remarkable transformations or change that has taken place in the profession. Therefore, more effort is laid in enhancing further nursing profession through technology and other modern methods (Gulledge, 2012). The historical trends and perspectives about nursing are vital in revolutionizing the profession to meet modern challenges for instance evidence based practice (Gulledge, 2012). One of the trend that has influenced my profession as professional nurse is a shift from primitive training without standards to a modern high standards of training with regulations and licensing which promotes quality of services offered by the nurses. Secondly, the change from religious…show more content…
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