A qualitative description of millennial nurse administrators' perspectives on leadership and their practice environment
Author DetailsJohn Ian L. Lamasan, MAN, RN, Ryan Michael F. Oducado, PhD, MAN, MAEd, RN, RM, LPT
Original PublisherAssociation of Indonesian Nurses Education Center (AINEC)
Date of Publication2018-12
Version of PublicationPublisher’s Version
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Level of EvidencePhenomenology
Research ApproachQualitative Research
CitationLamasan, J.I.L., & Oducado, R.M.F. (2018). A qualitative description of millennial nurse administrators’ perspectives on leadership and their practice environment. Indonesian Nursing Journal of Education and Clinic, 3(2), 153-164. Retrieved from https://sigma.nursingrepository.org/handle/10755/20847
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