Factors affecting success in nursing school: Experiences of African American BSN students
Jennifer Jeames Coleman, PhD; Nina Harvey, DNP; Tameka Pritchett, DNP - Ida Moffett School of Nursing, Samford University, Birmingham, AL, USA
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|Keywords||African American Nursing Students;
African American Nursing Student Retention;
Minority Nursing Students;
Minority Nursing Student Success Strategies;
Nursing Student Diversity
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