Nursing is a profession in the healthcare industry that focuses on the care of individuals, families and communities so that they can achieve, maintain or restore optimal health and quality of life. 

    Nurses can be distinguished from other healthcare providers by their approach to patient care, education, and scope of practice. Nurses practice in many specialties with different prescribing powers.


    • How many years of education in the Nursing Department? 

    Nursing department is a 4-year undergraduate department that is given education within the scope of the Faculty of Health Sciences of the universities. Nursing department can be preferred from the numerical score type. 

    • What are the courses of the Nursing Department? 

    Prospective students who plan to include the nursing department in their university preferences; 

      • Anatomy, 
      • Histology, 
      • Clinical Microbiology, 
      • Nursing Special Pharmacology, 
      • Nursing Principles, 
      • Communication in Nursing, 
      • Internal Medicine Nursing, 
      • Surgical Disease Nursing, 
      • Radiation Safety in Health Institutions, 
      • Nursing Clinical Skills, 
      • Mental Health and Disease Nursing, 
      • Community Health Nursing, 
      • Epidemiology in Nursing, 
      • Management in Nursing 

    And they will be responsible for many similar courses during their 8-semester education. If they successfully complete all courses, they are entitled to obtain a "Nursing Undergraduate Diploma". Nursing graduates are given the title of "Nurse".  

    • What Does a Nursing Graduate Do? 

    Nurses, doctors, therapists work collaboratively with the patient, their family, and other team members focused on treating the disease to develop a care plan to improve quality of life. 

    • What are the Job Opportunities for Nursing Graduates? 

    Job opportunities in the health sector for newly graduated nurses may in fact vary according to the preferences of nurses. Nurses; They can start working in emergency, surgical intervention, internal medicine, obstetrics, internal medicine, mental health and similar departments. Apart from that, nurses; 

      • Private and State Hospitals, 
      • In Private Clinics, 
      • In School Infirmary, 
      • Private Health Centers, 
      • In prisons 
      • In nursing homes 

      And in many other institutions, they can find employment opportunities in the establishment of the relevant ministries of the state. In addition, those who have difficulty sustaining their lives without support; It is also possible for them to work as personal private care nurses to help people with disabilities, elderly or bedridden patients. 


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