Within the framework of this commemoration, the Fourth Region Nurses Association and the Association of Nurses (Hospitals) of Coquimbo, distinguished the Mg. Ana María Vásquez Aqueveque, for her contribution to nursing education in the region and the country.
The Department of Nursing of the University of La Serena, within the program of activities to celebrate the International Day of Nursing, organized by the College of Nurses Fourth Region and the Association of Nurses (os) Hospital de Coquimbo, developed the day 5 May an academic activity in the Coquimbo Campus.
This activity was presented by Paulina Nadeau Abarca, nurse and commercial engineer, Master in Quality Management in Health Services and academic from the University of Los Andes, who addressed the conceptual, technical and legal aspects of care management, their relationship with the quality and safety of patients within health institutions in our country, emphasizing the importance of nursing professionals in compliance with the regulations that allow patients to comply with humanized, safe and timely care.
The day was intended for all nursing professionals in the region who work in the various health facilities of the healthcare network and nursing students of this house of higher education.
As the director of the Dept. of Nursing of the ULS, Karen gallardo, the objectives of the activity were to analyze from a paradigmatic perspective of nursing the quality and safety of the care provided by the nursing professionals, and to generate instances of discussion and analysis about the quality and safety of the care provided by these professionals.
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For its part, the Fourth Region Nurses Association and the Association of Nurses (Hospitals) Hospital of Coquimbo, performed on Friday 9 in May at the Casino Enjoy Coquimbo, an activity of Commemoration of the International Day of Nursing where they distinguished the Mg . Ana María Vásquez Aqueveque, for her contribution to nursing education in the region and the country, leading the Chilean Association of Education in Nursing (ACHIEEN) from the year 2006 to 2012, being currently an academic of the Nursing Department of the University of La Serena and academic secretary of the Faculty of Sciences of this same house of studies.