- •A project to develop a model of the construct of Pediatric Nursing Excellence (PNE)
- •Engaging pediatric nurses in the process of developing the PNE Model
- •The PNE Model consists of 16 concepts with definitions and a graphic depiction.
- •Potential uses of the PNE Model in various areas of pediatric nursing are discussed.
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