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Review Papers | Public Health Education | Philippines | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022
Nursing Education amidst COVID-19 Pandemic: A Literature Review
Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic posed a significant challenge to global education systems, forcing many countries to temporarily close educational institutions and deliver courses entirely online. Based on the author's research, this literature review explores the impacts of COVID-19 on nursing education as it is forced to rapidly change in the wake of the pandemic. This literature review focused on the adjustments made by nursing schools from face-to-face classes to online classes and how the nursing education surpassed the challenges encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the researcher reviewed all the twenty-nine articles, classifications of concepts were made: to protect students from the pandemic, this study evolved in the five particular areas to uphold sense of urgency when it comes to nurse education such as: the shift from face-to-face pedagogy and clinical experiences to remote learning, broader responses to the pandemic in the Caribbean and other developing countries, assimilation in the field of clinical education prior engagement with distance learning, flexible scheduling and a wide range of nursing specializations are being exploited, and nursing education delivery bears the brunt of COVID-19.
Keywords: Nursing Education, COVID-19, Flexible Education, Paradigm Shift, Assimilation in Nursing Education, Literature Review
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,
Pages: 1579 - 1582