The liberating effects of RN-to-BSN education.

  • Bill Witt
  • Published 1992 in The Journal of nursing education

Abstract

This study investigated whether postlicensure baccalaureate education was associated with decreased acceptance of oppressed status for nursing and the self, with behavioral changes in job performance, and in joining a professional organization. Selected writings of Freire (1970a, 1970b, 1973) concerning education of the oppressed were used to form the… (More)

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@article{Witt1992TheLE, title={The liberating effects of RN-to-BSN education.}, author={Bill Witt}, journal={The Journal of nursing education}, year={1992}, volume={31 4}, pages={149-57} }