African American nursing students' identification of social support networks while attending a historically Black college
Elfleta LaVern Nixon, DNP - College of Nursing, Howard University College of Nursing and Allied Health, Upper Marlboro, MD, USA
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|Keywords||African American Nursing Students;
Historically Black Colleges;
Social Support Networks
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