The differences in culture of nursing management in Finland and China
Yang, Fangfang; Liang, Bin; Zhu, Liting (2018)
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International nurse recruitment is a global phenomenon. Globalization contributes to the increase in international nurse migration(Evans 2011). It is one of the serious nursing career problem that the shortage of nursing staff in Finland(Flinkman 2015). The nursing shortage is a global and social problem in which the demand for nurses caring for patients is greater than the supply, thereby threatening patients safety, quality care, and nurse retention(Amadi 2015). The purpose of this study was to research different culture in management between Finland and China. To promote the immigrants working in the health care and promote the well being of a culturally diverse nursing management. Also to help nurses in Finland and western countries to understand Chinese nursing management and support possibilities in working in China. To know between the multiple religions and cultures of ethnic groups in pluralist China is to help the reader better understand the interaction between religious and cultural traditions of the Chinese people(He 2012). This research work used qualitative research method and relied on research design 4 questions and find out the differences and similarities management problems in two countries according to the differences background cultures. We examine culture ethic background, health system, management skills and responsibilities, and problems in each country, to compare the two countries in nursing management. Discussion and comparison the differences and similarities between two countries. Increase the effectiveness of nursing job and satisfied the nurses’ needs.