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The effects of emotional regulation between clinical practice stress and nursing professionalism in nursing students
Jang, Insun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of emotional regulation between clinical practice stress and nursing professionalism in nursing students. Participants were 192 nursing students and data were collected from September to November, 2015. This study has shown that nursing professionalism is negatively associated with clinical practice stress (r
 Keywords
Clinical practice stress;emotional regulation;nursing professionalism;nursing students;
 Language
Korean
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