SHS Web Conf.
Volume 119, 20213rd International Conference on Quantitative and Qualitative Methods for Social Sciences (QQR’21)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Psychology and Education Studies|
|Published online||24 August 2021|
The development of nursing professional identity in morocco: state of the art and avenues for research and education
Hassan first University of Settat; Higher institute of health sciences; Laboratory of Health Sciences and Technologies ; Route de Casablanca BP 539 Settat, Morocco.
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Nursing is a major pillar for the achievement of national and global health goals, with a plethora of research documenting the effect of the state of nursing professional identity on different outcomes such as the quality of care, worker retention, and work satisfaction. This present paper examines the current state of professional nursing identity in the Moroccan context and introduces critical priorities for its progress. Using a logical inductive analysis, this article concludes that significant developments have occurred in Moroccan nursing in recent years, mainly the shift to universitybased education and initial formal recognition of nursing as a profession. Nonetheless, Professional identity remains mostly unexplored in Morocco, and research is increasingly required to evaluate its various attributes and inform decision-making in nursing education and practice. Recommendations related to the findings include prioritization of research on the knowledge base of nursing and its application in the Moroccan healthcare context, the establishment of innovative measures in education conducive to positive socialization into the profession, amendment of nursing social image, and the establishment of professional nursing ethics within the Moroccan healthcare system.
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