The Relationship Between New Nurses Who Volunteer and the Caring Behavior New Nurses Exhibit in the Practice Setting, One Year Post Graduation

@inproceedings{FioreLopez2015TheRB,
  title={The Relationship Between New Nurses Who Volunteer and the Caring Behavior New Nurses Exhibit in the Practice Setting, One Year Post Graduation},
  author={Nicolette Fiore-Lopez},
  year={2015}
}
The Relationship Between New Nurses Who Volunteer and the Caring Behavior New Nurses Exhibit in the Practice Setting, One Year Post Graduation by Nicolette Fiore-Lopez, PhD(c), RN, CNEP Volunteering is engaged in by millions world-wide and nurses comprise a significant portion of those who provide their professional talents, unpaid, to the underserved in local, national and international efforts. Nurses who have engaged in volunteer activities anecdotally describe personally transforming… CONTINUE READING

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