Nursing education

An associate degree in nursing is required to work as a professional nurse. CNE stands for continuing nursing education and refers to courses designed exclusively for nurses. In this age of rapid change, continuing education is required for nurses to work properly and respond positively to sophisticated medical and technical advancements, as well as to avoid obsolescence. Nursing Education enhances the nurse's professional development, prepares them for a broader range of opportunities, and improves their awareness of social, cultural, economic, and political issues. Nursing education is expanding in response to the increased need for registered nurses.

     Track 1 Nursing informatics

     Track 2 Innovation in nursing education

     Track 3 Role of nursing in disease control

     Track 4 Nursing research

     Track 5 Teacher and leadership


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