Using Iterative Cycles of Discovery Within a Glaserian Grounded Theory of Socialization in Compassion

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Curtis, Katherine;

In 2007, I embarked on an exploratory study to understand the professional socialization experiences of student nurses within 21st-century nursing in the United Kingdom. The study enabled me to develop postgraduate research expertise and gain a PhD, as well as add to th... View more
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