Social accountability and nursing education in South Africa

A 'vacuum of uncertainty' or window of opportunity?

South Africa is embarking on profound reforms in nursing education. Social accountability is a core component of a WHO toolkit which assists health education institutions to focus their efforts on priority concerns of the community, region or nation they serve. Using the WHO building blocks for transformative education, this study explored views on nursing education in South Africa to enhance debate on appropriate reforms and make recommendations for policy implementation. Read more about this study here.

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