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Volume 6 Issue 1
Building the Capacity of Future Filipino Nurses: An Integrative Review
|Paul Nikolai S. Cantor
|This study envisions future Filipino nurses' capacity-building skills. It delves into the capabilities of a "Future Filipino Nurse," determining what makes them globally competitive and how technology might help them even more. The research examines significant themes and creates a capacity-building framework through content analysis of seven seminal publications. The study reveals three critical pillars for strengthening Filipino nursing: a Conducive Nursing Environment, Creating a supportive ecosystem through recognition, mentorship, flexible work arrangements, and collaborative initiatives to nurture skilled and resilient nurses; Enhancing Nurse Capacity and Performance: Equipping nurses with the tools and skills required for excellence, such as critical thinking, patient-centered care, leadership, ethical behavior, and This recalls Amartya Sen's emphasis on individual autonomy and full potential. To cultivate a future-oriented nursing landscape and foster continuous learning, adaptation, and innovation through seamless integration of education and practice, new skill development, and ongoing research, this is consistent with Donald Schon's ideas about reflective practice and continuous progress. By putting these pillars in place, the Philippines can raise a generation of competent, globally competitive, and mobile nurses who will be critical champions for patient well-being and architects of a resilient healthcare future.
Further study is required to apply and assess these capacity-building measures, particularly in exploring the impact of technology and revising training curricula to educate Filipino nurses for the developing healthcare sector effectively. Investing in future Filipino nurses' capacity building is vital for improving the healthcare system and assuring quality treatment for future generations. The Philippines can build a strong nursing workforce that will prosper in the global healthcare arena by providing a supportive atmosphere, enhancing individual talents, and embracing a future-oriented perspective.
|Filipino nurses, capacity building, future of nursing, healthcare
|Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024
|Building the Capacity of Future Filipino Nurses: An Integrative Review - Paul Nikolai S. Cantor - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 1, January-February 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i01.11621
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