Stress management with practical nursing students: Effects on attrition

@article{Wernick2005StressMW,
  title={Stress management with practical nursing students: Effects on attrition},
  author={Robert L. Wernick},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={8},
  pages={543-550}
}
Student attrition, resulting from either or both academic and personal factors, can be a costly problem in any educational setting. Suggestions for improving dropout rates include more effective screening procedures, as well as programmatic intervention to prevent attrition. The present study represents an attempt to reduce attrition due to personal factors with a programatic intervention. Two consecutive classes of practical nursing students served as subjects. The first class received no… CONTINUE READING

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