Cultivating a Research Milieu

Pasek, Tracy; Zack, Jessica
December 2004
Critical Care Nurse;Dec2004, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p96
Academic Journal
Discusses the establishment of a nursing journal club by the nurses at the pediatric intensive care unit of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Discussion format used by the journal club; Information on journal club meetings; Significance of journal clubs to nurses.


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