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LENISE DO PRADO, Marta; COELHO GOMES, Diana; LOPEZ-HURTADO, Felipe  and  RODRIGUEZ-BORREGO, María-Aurora. Science production in nursing education in Brazil and Spain: a comparative study. Index Enferm [online]. 2015, vol.24, n.1-2, pp.88-92. ISSN 1699-5988.

Objective: know the state of the art of scientific literature on nursing education in Brazil and Spain. Method: The research was documentary, descriptive, exploratory, retrospective, quantitative. Period: 2000-2010. Scope: LILACS database (Brazil) and CUIDEN (Spain). Analysis: categorization: 1. themactic: Teaching- Learning Process, Curriculum, Teachers, Evaluation, Students and History of Nursing Education, 2. Type of study: research, review, reflection and experience report; descriptive statistics. Results: LILACS 490 articles were analyzed. The highest production year was 2007; highlighted the category "Teaching-Learning Process." CUIDEN was used 247 articles; higher production in 2009; category highlighted "Students". Conclusion: The scientific production in Brazil and Spain analyzed presents aspects similar both in the presence of various types of studies, such as its evolution and social transformation. We can see an increasing number of publications in both countries, however, still insufficient when viewed in its particularities.

Keywords : Scientific Production; Nursing education; Nursing.

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