Knowledge Mobilized by a Critical Thinking Process Deployed by Nursing Students in Practical Care Situations: A Qualitative Study
Journal of advanced nursing 2011 Sep; 67(9): 1930-40
This paper is a report of a qualitative study of mobilization of knowledge within the critical thinking process deployed by female undergraduate nursing students in practical care situations.
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