Chapter 1 References & Attribution


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Materials in this chapter are attributed to the following sources:

“Leadership and Influencing Change in Nursing” by Joan Wagner. Select content adapted for clarity and flow for RN-BSN students is licensed under CC BY 4.0

“Nursing Management and Processional Concepts” by Chippewa Valley Technical College.  Select content adapted for clarity and flow for RN-BSN students is licensed under CC BY 4.0

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