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Mentoring: a means to a desirable end for nursing.

Bishop KR.
PMID: 2298326
Fla Nurse. 1990 Jan;38(1):10.

No abstract available.

Nursing research image at Beth Israel Hospital, Boston.

Rempusheski VF, Chamberlain SL.
PMID: 2778521
J Nurs Adm. 1989 Oct;19(10):6-7.

No abstract available.

"You have a good sense of humor. You should be a doctor".

Barnes RH.
PMID: 1766959
Pharos Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Med Soc. 1991;54(4):27-9.

No abstract available.

[Practice I. A place to learn or a place to stay?].

Fagermoen MS, Nygård AK.
PMID: 2749531
Sykepleien. 1989 Apr 06;77(6):4-8.

No abstract available.

The mentor in you.

Radney VI.
PMID: 1986339
Ohio Nurses Rev. 1991 Jan;66(1):12.

No abstract available.

Publication skill development in nurses. A vital role of nurse executives.

Mateo MA, Meeker MH.
PMID: 1560280
J Nurs Adm. 1992 Apr;22(4):64-6. doi: 10.1097/00005110-199204000-00015.

Fostering a work environment that encourages nurses to pursue scholarly activities, such as publishing, is one of the responsibilities of a nurse executive. The authors discuss strategies for creating an environment that supports and inspires nurses to publish.

[Nurses as mentors--an offer from the Swiss Nursing Association's office for continuing education. How best to support nursing students].

Bergner E, Job K.
PMID: 1560637
Krankenpfl Soins Infirm. 1992 Mar;85(3):36-7.

No abstract available.

Mentorship: the key to the future of professionalism in nursing.

Cooper MD.
PMID: 2243329
J Perinat Neonatal Nurs. 1990 Dec;4(3):71-7. doi: 10.1097/00005237-199012000-00009.

No abstract available.

Mentoring: implications for the new research investigator.

Sibley P.
PMID: 2047837
SCI Nurs. 1991 Jun;8(2):53-4.

No abstract available.

Mentoring in nursing: a historical approach.

Fields WL.
PMID: 1798663
Nurs Outlook. 1991 Nov-Dec;39(6):257-61.

Most nurses today have or have had mentors. Several historical nurse leaders also had mentors. Florence Nightingale's mentor gave her the opportunity to work as a nurse during the Crimean War. Linda Richards, Mary Adelaide Nutting, and Annie Goodrich...

Woman physician sees need for mentors. Interview by Bob Carlson.

Merritt DH.
PMID: 1460256
Indiana Med. 1992 Sep-Oct;85(5):370-7.

No abstract available.

The making of the psychiatrist-executive.

Silver MA, Marcos LR.
PMID: 2643355
Am J Psychiatry. 1989 Jan;146(1):29-34. doi: 10.1176/ajp.146.1.29.

The authors reviewed the literature on the factors influencing the development of psychiatrist-executives. The results indicate that personality traits, clinical psychiatry training, training in administration, mentors, and administrative experience have an impact on the making of the psychiatrist-executive. On...

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