J Caring Sci. 2016;5(1): 11-21. doi: 10.15171/jcs.2016.002
PMID: 26989662        PMCID: PMC4794541

Original Research

Emotional Support for New Graduated Nurses in Clinical Setting: a Qualitative Study

Hossein Ebrahimi 1, Hadi Hassankhani 2, Reza Negarandeh 3, Mark Gillespie 4, Azim Azizi 2 *

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