Conflict is not Common in Our Workplace
Shirley M. Newberry, PhD, RN; Rebecca L. Inglis MSN, RN; Ana M. Schaper PhD, RN
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Newberry, Shirley May; Schaper, Ana M.; Inglis, Rebecca L. (2012-9-12)Purpose: To evaluate the effectiveness of a modified program designed to meet the scheduling needs of staff nurses working in a large integrated health system. Materials/Methods: The CAN's program was modified to include: ...
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