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The professional image of nursing as perceived by nurses working in tertiary hospitals Enugu, Southeast Nigeria

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  title={The professional image of nursing as perceived by nurses working in tertiary hospitals Enugu, Southeast Nigeria},
  author={},
  year={2016}
}
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine, Education
Nurses’ image has always been a concern among those in the profession. This study set to determine the professional image of nursing as perceived by nurses working in tertiary hospitals in Enugu State, Southeast Nigeria. The objectives were to assess the factors within the nursing profession that motivates the nurses to practice nursing, determine the organizational factors that inhibit nurses to practice nursing. A cross sectional descriptive study was used. A sample of 281 nurses was used for… 

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