RESEARCH REFLECTIONS—PART II Research mentoring for oncology nurses in clinical settings: For whom, why, and how?

Margareth Zanchetta, Christine Maheu


As nursing mentors in cancer and other types of nursing research, in this commentary we will discuss mentoring of students, oncology nurses, and other health professionals as an extremely rewarding experience for both mentors and mentees. 

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