COMPOSURE behaviours of advanced beginner nurses and their effects on the wellness outcome among selected orthopaedic patients: Basis for action plans
Bea-Gracia Martinez Cruz, RN,BSN,MAN,DNM, Philippines
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The study determined the effects of the COMPOSURE behaviours of advanced beginner nurses on the wellness outcome among selected orthopaedic patients and used quasi-experimental 2-group pretest posttest design.
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