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CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN NURSING PRACTICE
Nursing shortage internationally has led to closer scrutiny of either retention or recruitment of nurses both domestically and globally. For a greater part of the nursing workforce in most of the industry in Saudi Arabia solely depends on the international expatriates. However, in the resent past, recruitment into nursing practices has favored Saudi women. The many implications that are associated with provision of local nursing services and nursing workforce in Saudi Arabia have greatly affected the history and growth of the economy of this nation. This paper therefore tries to follow that path.
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The research has contributed to the provision of some insights into nursing pre and post the illumination that accompanied the influence of Prophet Mohammed. In this article we basically put much emphasis on the influence of women leaders who emerged in Mohammed's time and brought or led to a lasting capability to the development of nursing in Saudi Arabia. The paper also highlights on the cultural issues ...
... degree of self confidence in the nurses has increased especially in their demands for equitable recognition in the health care system. This has been shown with the willingness to voice out their concerns. However, archaic and traditional nursing services still exist. Presently, Saudi nurses still strive for professional independence and in turn a growing influence in nursing. This therefore also affects the participation and presence in all the levels of decision making and health policy in general.
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