The Immorality of Pre Registration Nurse Education: a Personal Perspective

Nursing Ethics 3 (1):73-77 (1996)
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Since the introduction of the new nursing curriculum in the United Kingdom, nurse edu cation has undergone a series of fundamental changes, including the introduction of stu dent status, closer links (and in many cases full integration) with higher education, and, for the majority of preregistration courses, the award of a higher education diploma. It is this author's opinion that, given the duration, nature and location of such courses, the award of a diploma amounts to a grave injustice and is representative of a situation that is immoral and corrupt. This opinion is presented from the perspective of educational awards as goods or rewards to be distributed fairly, in recognition of the efforts and abil ities of students



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