Prior Registered Nurse Experience and Self-Perceived Confidence to Practice in the Nurse Practitioner Role
Jason P. Peter, BSN, RN; Jenna B. Cate, BSN, RN; Justin P. Burgett, BRS, RN; Meredith S. Mason, BSN, RN; Savannah S. Medearis, BSN, RN; Matthew A. Worley, BSN, RN; Kate Kemplin, DNP, RN -- School of Nursing, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
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