Factors that impact role strain among undergraduate clinical instructors teaching in Wisconsin nursing programs
Julie Astrella, DNP
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Role strain is the distress felt when one has difficulty meeting job responsibilities. It is present in nursing faculty, particularly clinical instructors, and contributes to attrition. This study identified factors that impacted role strain among clinical instructors, with an emphasis on nurse faculty practice and activities/behaviors to relieve role strain.
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