Transforming nursing students to enhance critical thinking: Should they have a choice?
Cherie L. McCann, PhD, MSN, BC, CPN; Martha B. White, MBA, MSN/FNP -- School of Nursing, Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus, Savannah, Georgia, USA
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