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Soins infirmiers ambulatoires actuels et futurs en Suisse : ce que le médecin de premier recours doit savoir

Published inRevue médicale suisse, vol. 7, no. 310, p. 1846-185151
Publication date2011
Abstract

In response to the ambulatorization of medical care, the panel of ambulatory nursing medical care is operating important changes. Since 2011, "acute and transitional medical care" is being prescribed by hospital practitioners, implying a new definition of the nurse's profession. The consequence is more complex and more autonomous nursing care: an academic formation has been created for nurses (bachelor and master) and their assistants (healthcare and community assistants). The futur will probably be made of ambulatory case management by nurses (advanced nurse practictioner). General practictioners will not only collaborate with the nurses but also assign them with tasks handled until then by themselves, prescribing, among other things, domiciliary "long-term" medical care.

Keywords
  • Ambulatory Care
  • General Practitioners
  • Humans
  • Nursing Care/trends
  • Physician-Nurse Relations
  • Switzerland
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WEBER-YASKEVICH, Olga, REBER, Alexandra, GILLABERT, Cédric François. Soins infirmiers ambulatoires actuels et futurs en Suisse : ce que le médecin de premier recours doit savoir. In: Revue médicale suisse, 2011, vol. 7, n° 310, p. 1846–185151.
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