Formando enfermeros emprendedores

March-Vilá, Gemma; Muñoz-Gimeno, Mercà
June 2013
Agora de Enfermeria;jun2013, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p53
Academic Journal
The social context and the increasing competitiveness in health care professionals during their professional life make new approaches in the university education. The following letter aims to bring the importance of training in a university environment using tools which will allow them to generate business ideas and implement innovative products which will be attractive, practical and interesting to users with the objective of providing social value to our profession.


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