Becoming a Nursing Program Graduate: Transitions and Adaptations by Eastern European Immigrant Students of a Midwest Community College
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Teaching and Learning in Nursing
Community college nursing programs have experienced an increase in Eastern European immigrant students, yet minimal research has been conducted on this demographic. The purpose of this research was to examine the lived experiences of Eastern European nursing graduates English as a second language. In this interpretive qualitative study, participants described their socialization to the United States, their development and academic experience as nursing students, and their perspectives as practicing nurses.
Cultural competency, ESL nurses, Nursing education
Iordan, Dubravca; Roth, Gene; and Vivona, Brian, "Becoming a Nursing Program Graduate: Transitions and Adaptations by Eastern European Immigrant Students of a Midwest Community College" (2020). NIU Bibliography. 565.
Department of Counseling and Higher Education (CAHE)