Health Care Systems in Finland, India, and Germany Essay

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In Finland the Ministry of education and culture has responsible for planning the curriculum in health care education. (
In Finland the levels of health care professional education are polytechnic degrees, polytechnic master's degrees, professional specialisation and other adult education, open polytechnic education and vocational teacher training. When You apply in polytechinc degree student You have to be graduated from an upper secondary school or have matriculation certificate or a vocational qualification or corresponding foreign studies. It takes 3.5 - 4 years (210 - 240 study points) of full-time study to achieve Bachelors' level
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Finland, its culture and citizens walks hand in hand to improve our society from international view. So the cultural meaning is great in positive way.

I take India in this task for my developing country although in India has its developed side (urban India) there is also the developing side (rural India) depending the area where you live. (

Indian Nursing Counsil (INC) is a statutory body that regulates nursing education in the country through prescription, inspection, examination, certification and maintaining its stands for a uniform syllabus at each level of nursing education (
Currently in India there are six levels of nursing education. They are Multy Purpose Health Worker Female training (ANM or MPHW-F), Female Health Supervisor training (HV or MPHS-F), General nursing and midwifery (GNM), BSc. Nursing, MSc. nursing and MPhil and PhD. The ANM, HV, and GNM are conducted in schools of nursing. The last 3 are university level courses and the respective universities conduct examinations. Beside there are several certificate and diploma courses in specialties ( The GNM course takes 3,5 years studying. You have

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