Creative Writing

Nero, Leah; Clark, Jennifer
February 2006
Critical Care Nurse;Feb2006, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p72
Academic Journal
The article presents the winning entries from the 2005 Yale School of Nursing Creative Writing Awards that are relevant to acute and critical care in the U.S. The Graduate Entry Prespecialty in Nursing program at Yale University is an accelerated 3- year master of science in nursing program for nonnurse college graduates. Under the program, students acquire nearly 700 hours of clinical time and more than 40 credit hours during their first 11 months. One of the reasons for the critical importance of nurses is that they are likely to think about the whole patient.


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