Examining the implementation of teaching and learning interactions of transition cultural competence through a qualitative study of Taiwan mentors untaking the postgraduate nursing program.

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Summary of "Examining the implementation of teaching and learning interactions of transition cultural competence through a qualitative study of Taiwan mentors untaking the postgraduate nursing program."

Cultural competency has been identified as an essential curricular element in undergraduate and graduate nursing programmes. Supporting successful transition to practice is essential for retaining graduate nurses in the workforce and meeting the demand for cultural diversity in health care services.


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Name: Nurse education today
ISSN: 1532-2793
Pages: 74-79


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