The Effect of Repeat Simulation After Reflection on Nursing Students Critical Thinking, Satisfaction, and Self-Confidence
Melesia McGregor Henry, PhD, School of Nursing and Health Related Sciences, Mississippi University for Women, Columbus, Missippi, USA
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