Role Function and Policy Prospects of Long-Term Care Nurses in Taiwan: Evidence-Based Policy Recommendations of Professional Nursing Organizations

Ching Min Chen, Chiu Yen Yu, Kuei Min Chen, Ya Wen Kuo

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Professional nursing organizations represent an important channel for the nursing profession to influence health policy, represent and protect the interests of nurses, and advocate for the further development of the profession. Facing the rapidly increasing aging population and emerging needs of long-term care in Taiwan, the Taiwan Nurses Association launched an integrated project to propose policy advice on the development of nursing in long-term care. In this paper, the relevant findings in the domestic and foreign literature are summarized to better define the role function and core competence of long-term care nurses. In addition, the current tasks, perceived competence, and training needs of nurses working in long term care settings are presented, and the consensus on various advocacy strategies are summarized. The findings presented in this study may be referenced when developing evidence-based policy recommendations related to education, practice, legal / regulatory amendments, and professional organizations.

原文English
頁(從 - 到)85-94
頁數10
期刊Journal of Nursing
69
發行號3
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2022 6月 1

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