The use of a pre-examination stress intervention in senior nursing students
The use of stress reducing techniques in nursing education
Jennifer S. Bauer, DNP, MSN, FNPC, RN; St. Mary's College
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The demands of nursing programs with substantial course loads and rigorous examinations all within a competitive environment can lead to unattainable levels of stress for nursing students. A study was completed at a Midwestern, Liberal Arts College that introduced a stress intervention prior to nursing seniors taking their predictor exam.
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