What are the implications of integration for nursing research and nursing education?
- Published Article
Nurse education today
- Publication Date
Aug 01, 1996
On 1 April of this year, the last of the colleges of health were integrated into higher education. In considering the impact of integration, we must not forget the changes that are already occurring in the university sector. One issue is of particular importance: the likelihood of the separation of departments within universities--and indeed, of entire universities themselves--into those that teach and undertake research, and those that only teach. These two factors, research and education, make appropriate headings under which to address my comments in this editorial.
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