Alspach, Grif
April 2010
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p8
Academic Journal
The article examines the reasons behind the reluctance of nurses to publish their presentations. It says that every year lots of nurses provide presentations at meetings. However, they hardly publish those materials making it impossible to benefit others from their knowledge and experience. Fear of rejection and fear of public criticism are said to be the main barriers in this regard. The author concludes that the nurses needed to be motivated to publish their works to enrich the nursing.


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