Successful Academic-Clinical Partnership: Professional Development Project Using Simulation and a Companion Study Measuring Teamwork
Shelley Caswell Moore, PhD, MSN, RN; Michelle L. Finch, PhD, MSN, RN -- School of Nursing, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA
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Successful Academic-Clinical Partnership: Professional Development Project Using Simulation and a Companion Study Measuring Teamwork Finch, Michelle L.; Moore, Shelley P. CaswellThis successful professional development project was mutually beneficial for nursing faculty in advancing research knowledge and hospital nursing staff in meeting educational needs. Combining expertise and resources created ...
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