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Experience and Expectations of Prefects on Compliance with Registration Standards for First-Year Learners of Nursing Schools in the City of Mbujimayi/DRC

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1107168, PP. 1-7

Subject Areas: Education, Nursing

Keywords: Experience, Expectation, Standards, Prefect, Nursing Schools

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Introduction: The goal of this work is to understand the experience on the respect of the standards of registration of the learners in first nurse with the prefects in order to make proposals for the improvement of conditions of registration in relation to the prescribed standards. Method: The study is qualitative. The method used in this study was phenomenological. The data were collected cross-sectionally using a recording device. This data collection concerned 8 prefects of nursing schools in the town of Mbujimayi. The sample was of the reasoned type. Results: Regarding the experience of the prefects on the registration conditions for most school heads: 1) We often check the authenticity of the school piece and then certain mentions such as: a) The application; b) Driving. 2) They are finally organizing the entrance exam. In relation to their expectations, the Heads of establishment want: a) That the age limit for admission be respected; b) That actual minimum and maximum not be taken into account. Conclusion: Because the experience of the prefects on the conditions of registration is based on the verification of the application and the conduct to certify the authenticity of the school piece and their expectations would be that the age limit for admission is respected and that the minimum and maximum numbers are not taken into account, the head of the establishment must bear in mind that he is “the only person responsible for registrations”. Alone, he admits or refuses the learners presented to him. It remains true that the last word comes back to him.

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Bukasa, V. K. , Muya, J. P. M. , Cisuaka, J. B. K. , Baloji, J. W. M. , Dikuyi, A. M. L. B. , Mukanya, C. K. , Kalala, K. , Mukendi, J. P. K. , Katukumbanyi, J. P. K. , Tshibanda, E. T. , Mubala, E. M. and Tshilonda, J. C. B. (2021). Experience and Expectations of Prefects on Compliance with Registration Standards for First-Year Learners of Nursing Schools in the City of Mbujimayi/DRC . Open Access Library Journal, 8, e7168. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1107168.

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