Reflections on the living will as a anticipated directive of will, in the Perspective of the principles of autonomy and dignity of life
Keywords:Enfermagem, Liderança, Prática do Docente de Enfermagem, Pesquisa em Administração de Enfermagem, Ensino
AbstractO presente artigo buscou trazer a tona o papel dos professores de graduação de enfermagem no ensino da liderança. Destaca-se que o ensino da liderança fortalece e empodera o aluno no processo de transição discente-profissional. Alunos que tem o privilégio de exercer a liderança durante a graduação tem mais facilidade para exercer essa importante competência enquanto enfermeiro. O professor precisa compreender e entender os conceitos e a história da liderança para que se aproprie do ensino e desenvolvimento da mesma de maneira saudável e eficaz.
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