International exchange programs professional development and benefits to oncology nursing practice
AffiliationChristie National Health Service Foundation Trust, Manchester
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AbstractThe benefits of international immersion programs are multifactorial. These programs not only allow the sharing of nursing best practices and models of care and education, but they also increase collaborative opportunities to develop shared research ideas and innovation. This article presents the practicalities and considerations when undertaking an immersion program, with exemplars from the authors' experience and the unique and invaluable outcomes that were achieved.
CitationTurner L, Lau V, Neeson S, Davies M. International exchange programs professional development and benefits to oncology nursing practice. Clin J Oncol Nurs. 2019 Aug 1;23(4):439-42.
JournalClinical Journal of Oncology Nursing
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