Readiness to Practice in Generation Z Nursing Students.

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Summary of "Readiness to Practice in Generation Z Nursing Students."

Generation Z nursing students born after 1995 have been described as true digital natives with a short attention span and tendencies toward boredom. The purpose of this pilot study is to compare readiness for practice and anxiety and self-confidence during decision making between Generation Z students who completed a 4-week immersive clinical and those in a 14-week immersive clinical.


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Name: The Journal of nursing education
ISSN: 1938-2421
Pages: 604-606


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