Combining self-care strategies and principles of adult learning: Supporting RN-to-BSN students during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Christine R. Espina, DNP, RN; William Lonneman, DNP, RN -- Department of Health and Community Studies, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington, USA
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