Skills for success: Implementation of a first-year nursing retention program on prelicensure nursing students
Quanza E. Mooring, PhD, MSN - Department of Nursing, Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, TX, USA
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Increasingly, employers report that new nurses lack the soft skills necessary to be an outstanding employee-time management, organization, effective coping. This study explored the effect of a first-year retention program on student retention, and students' perceived needs to improve retention.
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