TITLE

Movimento de expansão dos cursos superiores de enfermagem na regiäo centro-oeste do Brasil: uma perspectiva histórica

AUTHOR(S)
Barbosa, Thais Silva Corrêa; Baptista, Suely de Souza
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Revista Eletronica de Enfermagem;2008, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p945
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A documentary study with historical social approach, whose object was the nursing upper courses growth path in Center-West region of Brazil. The objectives were: raise the nursing upper courses number created in Center-West region, in the historical series 1933-2006; compare the courses number linked to the public institutions linked to private institutions in region in study; and comment the connections between the historical context and those courses configuration in what refers to the institutional linking, to the long one of the years. Results: to the end of 1999, had been created in the Center-West region 14 nursing courses, of which 57% were private and 43% public. In consequence of education politics adopted in the country, mainly in the 90', observes-itself the creation of more 30 courses in region between the years 2000 and 2006, making up a total of 44 nursing upper courses, of which 79,5% are private and 20,5% public, being Goiás, the state with bigger concentration of these courses. The private net expanded itself in region and concentrates, at present, to nursing courses big majority, what is going to make us understand that the same determines, barely that completely, the nursing professional future profile.
ACCESSION #
36280613

 

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