Using social media as a strategy to address 'sophomore slump' in second year nursing students: A qualitative study.

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INTRODUCTION An important contributing factor to the shortfall in the nursing workforce is the high attrition rate of students from nursing programmes. Recently, researchers have begun to examine the 'sophomore slump' phenomenon, related to students' sense of low self-efficacy associated with learning in their second year of study, that may be related to… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.nedt.2015.06.011

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@article{Tower2015UsingSM, title={Using social media as a strategy to address 'sophomore slump' in second year nursing students: A qualitative study.}, author={Marion Tower and Eddie Blacklock and Bernadette M. Watson and Catherine M Heffernan and Glenyss Tronoff}, journal={Nurse education today}, year={2015}, volume={35 11}, pages={1130-4} }