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Quality Advancement in Nursing Education, vol. 4, no. 2, 2018, p. article 3
Reports on results of Readiness for Practice Survey conducted with 26 participants. Topics included clinical problem solving, learning techniques, professional identity, trials and tribulations, skills students were uncomfortable performing, and confidence in caring for number of patients. Results showed that respondents' concerns closely matched those found when survey had been administered general nursing student populations.