Perceived relevance of scientific content in a pre-registration curriculum: the experience of one higher education institution in the United Kingdom

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Worster, B. 2000. Perceived relevance of scientific content in a pre-registration curriculum: the experience of one higher education institution in the United Kingdom.
AuthorsWorster, B.
TypeConference paper
Year2000
ConferenceProceedings of the First International Conference, Developing Nursing Practice by Education and Research
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