Interpersonal communication competence and attachment styles in pre-licensure nurses: A descriptive pilot study
Christina Kiger, MSN - Indiana University School of Nursing, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
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The purpose of this pilot study was to describe the interpersonal communication competence and adult attachment styles in pre-licensure nurses. The outcomes of this pilot study warrant further exploration of the impact that secure versus insecure attachment styles have on the socialization of new nurses into the profession of nursing.
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Interpersonal Communication Competence;
Transition to Practice
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