A Night Shift Educator

McCarthy, Kathleen A.
June 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Jun2004, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p80
Academic Journal
Discusses issues concerning the leadership availability of staff development activities for night shift nurses. Effect of communication within a group on practice performance; Benefits of staff and institution from mandatory education delivered during the scheduled shift; Importance of mentorship to nursing practice; Characteristics of a night shift educator should posses.


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