Forensic nursing education in North America: An exploratory study

@inproceedings{KentWilkinson2008ForensicNE,
  title={Forensic nursing education in North America: An exploratory study},
  author={Arlene Kent-Wilkinson},
  year={2008}
}
The forensic focus has been a popular career choice and area of study for many of the health science disciplines. Forensic nursing education recently appeared in the curriculum at many colleges and universities. Now more than a decade from when some of the first forensic nursing courses were established, it was timely to explore rather than evaluate this unique specialty that has programs existing at every post-secondary educational level from certificate to doctoral programs. The purpose of… CONTINUE READING

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