of Cumbria’s school of nursing and midwifery, believes that a shared clinical assessment structure would allow nurses to carry out parts of their training in other countries
‘There is discrepancy in the way programmes are assessed across Europe,’ she said. ‘If they were the same, nurses could enrich their training by learning in other countries,’ she added.
Ms Morrow and 67 colleagues from other higher education institutions across Europe,
who form the Thematic European Nursing Network, are seeking sponsorship to produce a common assessment strategy to make the process of studying in another European country easier for nurses.