Coming ready or not! An integrative review examining new graduate nurses' transition in acute care.

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Summary of "Coming ready or not! An integrative review examining new graduate nurses' transition in acute care."

To synthesize the scientific evidence about new graduate nurses' transition to practice in the acute care setting and consider implications for nurses and nursing practice.


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Name: International journal of nursing practice
ISSN: 1440-172X
Pages: e12714


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