Baccalaureate nurses' experiences and understanding of adults living with sickle cell disease
Shelia Reid, PhD, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Sheridan College, Brampton, Ontario, Canada
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This abstract describes a phenomenological, hermeneutical, dissertation study, which offered an in-depth understanding of baccalaureate nurses’ experiences and understanding of working with adults living with sickle cell disease. Baccalaureate nurses’ experiences and understanding offered new insights to foster curricula change in nursing education, practice settings, and public policy.
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