Exploring a nurse practitioner study abroad experience using thematic analysis
Joan M. Creed, DNP, MN, CCM (1); Maureen O. Nwajiaku, BSN, RN (2); Kate K. Chappell, MSN, BSN, APRN, CPNP (3); Margaret Darr, MSN (3) - (1) University of South Carolina College of Nursing, Columbia, SC, USA; (2) College of Nursing, University of South Carolina., University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA; (3) College of Nursing, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
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Study abroad experiences are uncommon but increasing in nursing education, including at the graduate level. Demonstrating student benefit and conveying the results of study abroad experiences is important to fostering student interest, funding support, and organizational engagement.
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