Level of self-esteem and contributive factors in Japanese undergraduate nursing students
Takumi Yoshino, MSN; Miwako Hoshi, PhD; Maki Fujikawa, MSN; Misako Yoshitake, MSN --School of Nursing, Fukuoka Jo Gakuin Nursing University, Koga, Fukuoka, Japan
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This study investigated the level of self-esteem in Japanese undergraduate nursing students and to examine the potential variables that might contribute to promote healthy self-esteem for the students.
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