Improving transition-to-practice by strengthening community partnerships: A Delphi approach
Brian Holland, PhD, College of Nursing, Texas A&M College of Nursing, Bryan, Texas, USA; Jeanette Lancaster, PhD, Associate at Tufts Executive Search Firm, retired as nursing professor, Vonore, Tennessee, USA
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Improving transition to practice for nursing students can be a challenging process. A Delphi method was used to identify competency gaps among new nurses in order to align nursing education curricula and healthcare practice.
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