A mixed-methods examination of mindfulness, situation awareness, and errors by nursing students during simulation scenarios
Deborah L. Struth, PhD, RN, Clinical Portfolio, Oncology Nursing Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
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|Keywords||Mindful Nursing Practice;
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