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- Becoming a Nurse: Student Experience of Transformation and Professional Identity - Devenir infirmière : l’expérience de transformation et l’identité professionnelle des étudiantes
- Nordstrom Pamela M. (author); Currie Genevieve (author); Meyer Shirley (author)
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- Nursing education programs are designed to respond to the evolving requirements of nursing practice while supporting student transformation in becoming a nurse. Students in these programs often refer to them as academically challenging and stressful. The aim of this study was to understand the experience of nursing students compared to the general university student population and specifically, to explore if nursing students are perceiving more stress than students in other university programs. This study arises from an earlier study conducted annually for four years at a western Canadian university following the method referred to as the “Harvard Assessment Seminar” (Light, 2001). In the...
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