Shared metacognition and interprofessional collaboration in healthcare education: Is teaching the ideal enough?
Mechelle Jean Plasse, PhD, MS, Program Coordinator for psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner tract at the Graduate School of nursing, UMMS Graduate School of Nursing, Worcester, MA, USA
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