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37. Professional Pathways in Nursing: Options to Seek, Start, and Sustain a Career

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The 4 articles in the this topic, consider the varied career patterns in nursing education and practice across time and across cultures. Specific topics discussed include contemporary U.S. entry points into professional nursing; the development of articulation patterns and career ladders; skills and educational preparation needed for nursing faculty roles; and pathways to professional nursing education in Japan, Taiwan, and Thailand.

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