Nature and Prevalence of Mentoring Support Reported by Air Force Nurses



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A descriptive survey of U.S. Air Force nurses from general hospitals, regional hospitals, and medical centers of the Air Force was conducted to determine the extent to which stressful situations were experienced by recently graduated pre-service baccalaureate nurses during their first 12 months on active duty and within their first 18 months in.

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