Supporting Lifelong Learning and Competency Development

Reu, Peggy; Maple, Kelly
April 2003
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2003, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p136
Academic Journal
Assesses the skill and competency requirements for critical care nurses in the U.S. Significance of nurse competency in critical care; Responsibilities of a critical care nurse; Approaches to enhance competency development for nurses.


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