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    Acceptability and feasibility of recruitment and data collection in a field study of hospital nurses’ handoffs using mobile devices [1]
    Accompagner les infirmières et les étudiantes dans la réflexion sur des situations de soins : Un modèle pour les formateurs en soins infirmiers [1]
    L’adéquation entre les besoins vécus par les proches de personnes ayant un traumatisme craniocérébral et les services offerts par le continuum de soins. Montréal [1]
    American journal of nursing [1]
    Assessing and addressing sexual concerns in individuals diagnosed with coronary artery disease [1]
    Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada. Congrès annuel [1]
    Les besoins des proches, des intervenants et des personnes ayant un traumatisme craniocérébral: comparaison du Québec et de la France [1]
    BMC nursing [1]
    BMJ Open [1]
    British journal of cardiac nursing [1]
    Clinical simulation in nursing [1]
    Collegian [1]
    Communicating science in the digital and social media ecosystem : scoping review and typology of strategies used by health scientists [1]
    Communities of practice as professional and organizational development strategy in local public health organizations in Québec, Canada : an evaluation model [1]
    A competency-based approach to nurses' continuing education for clinical reasoning and leadership through reflective practice in a care situation [1]
    Conceptualizing performance of nursing care as a prerequisite for better measurement: a systematic and interpretative review [1]
    Contribution of a reflective debriefing to nursing students' clinical judgment in patient deterioration simulations : a mixed-methods study [1]
    Debriefing approaches for high-fidelity simulations and outcomes related to clinical judgment in baccalaureate nursing students [1]
    Defining patient deterioration through acute care and intensive care nurses' perspectives [1]
    Development of a post-simulation debriefing intervention to prepare nurses and nursing students to care for deteriorating patients [1]