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Title: Cognitive dissonance of students between falls prevention evidence and strategies
Holmesglen Authors: Kiegaldie, Debra 
Other Authors: Williams, Cylie M
Maloney, Stephen
Bowles, Kelly-Ann
Nestel, Debra
Haines, Terry
Keywords: Nursing
Education
Falls prevention
Cognitive dissonance
Issue Date: 2021
Publication information: Vol. 54 pp. 45-53
Abstract: Health professional students may commonly encounter cognitive dissonance when they leave university and enter clinical placement. The primary aim was to understand if education and placement impact health professional student’s knowledge of falls prevention evidence base.
URI: https://holmesglen.intersearch.com.au/holmesglencrisjspui/handle/20.500.11800/222
Journal Title: Clinical Simulation in Nursing
Type: Journal Article
Affiliates: Holmesglen Institute
Monash University
Monash Health
Holmesglen Department: Nursing
Holmesglen Faculty: Faculty of Health, Science, Youth and Community Studies
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