Relationship Between a Sensory Immersion Experience Simulating Dementia and Health Science Student Perceptions of Empathy
Shelley Caswell Moore, PhD, MSN, RN; Lisa Kay Murphree, EdD, MSN, RN -- School of Nursing, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA
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