In 1992 a follow‐up study of the 214 graduates of the Bachelor of Nursing degree, University of Glasgow, was conducted. There was an adjusted response rate of 67 05% Overall, this study provides continuing support for the findings from earlier surveys which demonstrated that graduate nurses continue to work in the clinical field, that undergraduate nursing does not necessarily provide career acceleration, and that midwifery is the most sought‐after additional qualification More of Glasgow's graduate nurses are to be found working in high dependency units than would appear to be the case from other surveys on degree nursing courses Glasgow's graduate nurses hold an ethos which values university education and life
Journal of Advanced Nursing – Wiley
Published: Nov 1, 1993
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