Future nursing workforce: Student nurse intentions to work in aged care after registration

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Heath, Samantha
Williams, Pam
Graham, Gil
Johnson, Shobha
Mall, Robina
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2021-11
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Mount Albert (Auckland, N.Z.)
Auckland (N.Z.)
New Zealand
nursing students
Bachelor of Nursing (Unitec)
Return to Nursing / Competency Assessment Programme
aged care
nursing
career choices
Unitec Institute of Technology
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Heath, S., Williams, P., Graham, G., Johnson, S., & Mall, R. (2021, November). Future nursing workforce: Student nurse intentions to work in aged care after registration. Paper presented at the International Congress of Nurses Congress 2021 – Nursing Around the World.
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AIMS AND OBJECTIVES To understand the extent to which aged care is considered a career option by Unitec undergraduate and return to nursing (CAP) student nurses To determine Unitec student nurses’ impressions of working in aged care To understand Unitec student nurses’ intentions to work in aged care during completion of nursing programmes
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