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Critical Thinking in Pakistan And UK

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It is hereby on referring to the reflective model of Gibbs’s, the current essay will reflect upon the nursing education of Pakistan by together comparing it with the educational approaches of nursing undertaken in United Kingdom (UK). It is with a fundamental context of getting enrolled as a nurse where there together exists certain formulations for re-validation in the health care settings of both these nations. It is with a fundamental context of getting enrolled as a nurse where there together exists certain formulations for re-validation in the

Critical Thinking in Pakistan And UK

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TABLE OF CONTENT1. INTRODUCTION.......................................................................................................................32. DESCRIPTION............................................................................................................................33. FEELING.....................................................................................................................................54. ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION ............................................................................................65. CONCLUSION AND ACTION PLAN.......................................................................................76. REFERENCES............................................................................................................................9
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1. INTRODUCTIONA critical thinking is refereed to be one of the most important aspect of almost allindividuals who are equally concerned about both their personal and professional development(Brulhart and Wermeille, 2011). Wherein, it is also considered to be a pivotal tool for a large setof professionals in their factual life. It is hereby on referring to the reflective model of Gibbs’s,the current essay will reflect upon the nursing education of Pakistan by together comparing itwith the educational approaches of nursing undertaken in United Kingdom (UK). It will howeverbegin with the educational criteria of both the nations by ascertaining the requirements that areneeded to be fulfilled by the individuals opting for this profession (Williams and Reddy, 2016).It is with a fundamental context of getting enrolled as a nurse where there together exists certainformulations for re-validation in the health care settings of both these nations.In addition to it, this reflective essay will indicate on methodologies used in theeducational settings of both Pakistan and UK in order to assess their adopted curriculum ofnursing. This is to carry out both pre and post studies of nursing. Beside this, the current essaywill together discourse upon the perspective of continual professional evolution by togetherscrutinizing any future possibility of higher education. Comparatively, it will ascertain theengagement of governmental bodies in the tact of sponsorship for nursing education (Ekebergh,2011). Apart from which, it has also outlined the impact of fees paid for the recruitment ofindividuals for developing a strong workforce for the entire nation in this particular field ofnursing. It is mainly due to a crucial role of health care setting in almost all the countries where itis not only known to enhance the economic status of the countries but is together saving the lifeof individuals (Gale and et. al., 2016). Due to which, this is important for the health carepractitioners to effectively adhere to their accountabilities with a defined outlook towards servingthe users. This in turn postulates the nursing educational systems to abide by some consistentpolicies with pertinent regulatory norms.2. DESCRIPTIONThis is in context to the above encountered facts of nursing educational system where it isa fact where such scholarly foundation of teaching in the field of nursing is evident to result intothe production of a prompt nursing force. It is thereby referred to be an important considerationwhere reflecting onto some of these areas which are duly included in the deliverance of an
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effectual nursing education has been carried out here (Benomir, Nicolson and Beail, 2016). Aforemost area required to be mentioned over here is in context to the registration done in nursingby referring to proper eligibility criteria. It is however a prompt responsibility of a responsiblecorporate governance. In Pakistan, there existed a Pakistan Nursing Council along with someother council bodies like Midwifery are required to manage the process of nursing registration(Richardson, 2015). It is thus in accordance to the nurses appointed in Pakistan, they arequalified to participate in the tact of registration only after completing a three-year diplomacourse in general nursing from a well-recognised institute of nursing situated in Pakistan.Apart from which, they are also required to be evaluated from time to time. Also,governmental aids to provision such educational system of nursing in Pakistan is beingconsidered to a great extent. However, on comparing the system of UK, unlike the governmentalaids produced in Pakistan for the purpose of nursing education, sponsorship to support highereducation is being dealt with a distinct formulation (Ofori and Charlton, 2002). Herein, thenursing students are more acquainted to pursue their advanced studies by utilizing their ownfunds. Whereas, once a student nurse is brought registered with NMC, they are hereby granted aloan as a way of expending it to pay their educational fees (Sajjad and et. al., 2016). Once afterthe students are employed with a feasible occupation, then the payments are being delivered onmonthly basis after the students are getting their salaries. 3. FEELINGThere occurred numerous changes in the nursing education in the entire world with aspecial context of their educational system and the process of registration. My country ishowever comprising with an affirmative outlook towards the same from the very beginningwhere many other countries like Pakistan have faced a much reversed situation (Ousey,Stephenson, Brown and Garside, 2014). It is where, long back during the year's 1947-1954,Pakistan was not even in favour of a standardised curriculum for educating nursing to theindividuals. It was however due to a major opposition of the Muslim families where for them,nursing never depicted to be a reputable occupation (Fairtlough, Bernard, Fletcher and Ahmet,2014).Whereas, in accordance to my own perception, a higher degree programme in nursingwith a minimal requirement of bachelor’s degree instead should be certainly done by the nurses.Also on considering the present curriculum of nursing where the Pakistani educational system in
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