Managing the Demands of the Preregistration Nursing Programme: Views of Students With Mental Health Conditions
Pras Ramluggun, PhD, Faculty of Health & Life Sciences, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, United Kingdom
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|Keywords||Preregistration Nursing Programme;
Students' Mental Health;
University Student Support Services
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