Grit and resilience: Facilitating successful outcomes in progression and retention of associate degree nursing students
Deborah Ellen Morgan, MS, RN - School of Leadership and Advanced Nursing Practice, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS, USA
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The concept of grit has not been well defined in nursing literature, including its effect on student success in persistence and retention through rigorous nursing courses. A baseline understanding of grit and resilience will be explored in the population of associate degree nursing students in a rural community college setting.
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