Nurse education: Is it responding to the forces of supply and demand?

Happell, Brenda
September 1999
Nursing Economic$;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p252
Academic Journal
Presents a study conducted in Australia which demonstrates the discrepancy between the popular areas of nursing practice as perceived by undergraduate student nurses. Preference for nursing areas concerned with child care and high technology areas; Failure of the undergraduate nursing education to increase interest in geriatric care.


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