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Should LPNs be educated in hospitals?

Should LPNs be educated in hospitals?

Journal of Nursing Administration 41(6): 242-244

Dr Welton's essay on the use of hospital clinical sites for the education of licensed practical nurse students is followed by Dr Hill's commentary.

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Accession: 055762860

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PMID: 21610475

DOI: 10.1097/nna.0b013e31821c45e2

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