QNC

AcronymDefinition
QNCQueensland Nursing Council (Australia)
QNCQuick Net Connect
QNCQueen's News Centre
QNCQueensland Naturalists Club
QNCQuébec Niva Club (Canadian automobile club)
QNCQualimetrics Network Controller
QNCQuasi-Neutrality Condition
QNCQualified Nonelective Contribution
QNCQuality NonConformance
QNCQ-Ball and Curt Cazall (rap group)
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The first key selection criterion for SBYHN positions across all Queensland Health districts is essential: registration as RGN with the QNC. All other key selection criteria are desirable and at the discretion of each health service district.
Accordingly, this survey was aimed at profiling the contribution made to health care and to the nursing and midwifery professions by researchers who were supported in their endeavours by funding from the QNC.
Iniciativas de politicas especificas variam desde os sistemas de qualidade total e a utilizacao de objetivos e League Tables (5) (como na Inglaterra) ao que um relatorio recente do Centro Europeu para o Desenvolvimento da Formacao Profissional (CEDEFOP) referiu-se como a "mudanca para a aprendizagem por resultados" (6) (CEDEFOP 2009), que e expressa, dentre outros aspectos, no surgimento dos Quadros Nacionais de competencias (QNC).
Este Documento de Discussao tem foco mais limitado: procura nao apenas descrever o padrao emergente dos QNCs em todo o mundo, mas sim voltar atras no debate sobre os diferentes tipos de QNC e levantar questoes sobre: (1) qual o papel das E esse dilema que na reforma educacional; e (2) quao longe os resultados das competencias, pelo menos se estao promovendo a aprendizagem, estao inelutavelmente ligados aos processos institucionais, por meio dos quais as pessoas adquirem habilidades e conhecimentos e tornam-se qualificadas.
The first segment of the book is devoted to a detailed review of the root qnc, in which the various words derived from this root are listed.
Regulatory authorities are grappling with the implications of nursing workforce shortfalls and meeting their prime mandate to maintain the safety of the public (QNC 2008; NBV 2008; NSW NMB 2008).
The authors acknowledge that there are limitations of data matching the QTAC and QNC data as this does not account for movements in and out of pre-registration programs during the three years.
With respect to retaining graduate nurses in their first year as registered nurses, the literature suggests the importance of structured transitional programs for fostering retention (Loiseau, Kitchen et al 2003; Almada, Carafoli et al 2004); 'reality shock', a term that describes the gap between the undergraduate program and the realities of the workplace (QNC 2001; Boswell, Lowry et al.