The Spanish version of the Stressors in Nursing Students (SINS) Scale.

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Summary of "The Spanish version of the Stressors in Nursing Students (SINS) Scale."

Nursing professionals and students suffer a greater number of stressors with negative health consequences.


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Name: Journal of psychiatric and mental health nursing
ISSN: 1365-2850


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