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BEING A NURSE: PERCEPTIONS OF BACCALAUREATE NURSES ONE YEAR POST GRADUATION FROM AN ACCELERATED PROGRAM
Few qualitative research studies have been completed on baccalaureate nurses' perceptions of being a nurse one year post graduation, and how they transition into their professional role. The research question for this study ...
HOSPITAL EDUCATORS' EXPECTATIONS OF ENTRY-LEVEL GRADUATE NURSES
Nursing has recognized a dramatically changing practice environment. Graduate nurses are exposed to greater challenges and stresses than in previous decades. In a competitive healthcare delivery system, where cost ...
AGENCY EDUCATORS' EXPECTATIONS FOR BACCALAUREATE GRADUATE NURSES
Today's new graduate nurses are entering a work world that is challenging and ever changing. Graduate nurses are having a difficult time transitioning into nursing careers that involve intense, fast-paced work environments; ...
BEING A NURSE: PERCEPTIONS OF 1-YEAR BACCALAUREATE NURSES
Limited studies exist regarding new graduate nurses' perceptions of nursing during their role transition. By understanding how a 1-year baccalaureate-prepared nurse perceives being a nurse, those involved in the transition ...