Really, Now What Do I Do? A Multiple Patient Simulation to Teach Leadership Skills
Joanie Weigel, MSN, BSN; Kathy Jean Roth, MSN, BSN; Kara C. Vollrath, MSN, BSN; Margie J. Hair, PhD, BSN, -- Division of Nursing, Univeristy of Mary Bismarck North Dakota, Bismarck, North Dakota, USA
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