Military to civilian nurse: Personal and professional reconstruction.

@article{Elliott2017MilitaryTC,
  title={Military to civilian nurse: Personal and professional reconstruction.},
  author={Brenda Elliott and Katie A. Chargualaf and Barbara J. Patterson},
  journal={Journal of clinical nursing},
  year={2017},
  volume={26 9-10},
  pages={
          1375-1384
        }
}
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To examine and describe the transition process of military nurses from military nursing practice to civilian nursing practice. A second aim was to identify challenges and facilitators to this transition. BACKGROUND Serving in the military, and embodying its values, can have a major impact on a person's worldview. These individuals serve not only as nurses but also as part of a larger military culture with a mission to protect. The decision to separate from the military and… CONTINUE READING
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