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|Title:||Cognitive dissonance of students between falls prevention evidence and strategies||Holmesglen Authors:||Kiegaldie, Debra||Other Authors:||Williams, Cylie M
|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
|Holmesglen Department:||Nursing||Holmesglen Faculty:||Faculty of Health, Science, Youth and Community Studies|
|Appears in Collections:||Academic Resources|
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