Research in brief -- Newly qualified registered nurses and their transition to practice journey: A qualitative descriptive study

LIM Yi Jia; TEOH Yen Tjuin, Eugene; PUA Lay Hoon; HOLROYD, Eleanor; CHAN Moon Fai
October 2013
Singapore Nursing Journal;Oct-Dec2013, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p42
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