The Lived Experience of Full-Time Nursing Faculty in a PhD Program: Faculty-to-Faculty Incivility
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The current study explored the experience of FTFI on full-time nursing faculty enrolled in a PhD program. A qualitative method using descriptive phenomenology guided the study.
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