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How Prepared are Graduate Nurses to Embrace the Information Technology Revolution in Australian University Teaching?  

by

Dianne Pelletier  RN, BScN, Dip Ed, BEdStud, MSciSoc, FCN(NSW), FRCNA

Dianne.Pelletier@uts.edu.au

 

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