Health Education in Finland

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In Finland, Parliament decides on the legislation on education, funding and education policies. The Government and the Ministry of Education responsible for educational policy planning and implementation. Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Culture to determine education policy guidelines and strategic policies. The Ministry of Education oversees the entire state budget tied to educational opportunities and training in preparing legislation and government decisions. A key player in the national education policy implementation and development of education is the National Board of Education. (Opetushallitus 2013a.) Secondary education and vocational training may be arranged municipalities, joint municipal authorities, registered in the…show more content…
Cultural and ethnic are challenges for the future. For all the people, age or cultural difference without looking, is guaranteed the opportunity to participate in society and to promote health. The nurses encounter different cultures of people in their work. This makes it important to study the multi-cultural nursing in health care programs. (Mäntyharju, E. & Siili, T. 2010.) Nurse students participate constructively in the activities and decision making. They work with their rights and obligations in accordance with the work and in everyday life. They are pursuing gender equality and non-discrimination laws. They act fairly and in accordance with the requirements of working in different cultural backgrounds of the people at home country and in international operations. (Opetushallitus 2010.) In 2011, the Finnish nurses was abroad totaled 3 580. In Sweden were 1 345 Finnish nurse, Norway 535, in England 350, in Switzerland 285, in USA 205 and in Germany 175. It must be remembered that, for example Finnish nurses qualification can work abroad. (Ailasmaa 2013.) 2 EDUCATION IN ETHIOPIA Ethiopia is one of the world's poorest countries. To tackle poverty to improve education is of great importance, and Ethiopia has committed itself to ambitious expansion of education for all. The basic number of schools has doubled over the past ten years, as well the number of teachers. (Ulkoasiainministeriö 2010.) Compulsory education of 6-14 years of age who attend
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