Mathematics Anxiety and Mathematics Self-efficacy in Relation to Medication Calculation Performance in Nurses Page: III
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I want to acknowledge the assistance and support of my friends, colleagues, and
professors. This has been a long and difficult journey, and I learned along the way that I need to
ask for help and that there are many people willing to go out of their way to help.
I first want to thank Carl, my husband; he knows when to talk to me and when not. Carl
has encouraged me not to give up. He has also done housework, shopping, and whatever it took
to help me complete this project. And also I thank the pets who tell me when I need to get up and
stretch and eat.
I want to thank Catherine Turner, Bonnie Gnadt, Lavonne Adams, Linda Johnson, Dawn
Cox, Carolyn Mann, and Kathy Atwell. These women have been coworkers and have supported
my slow and tedious process. They have all been willing to help lighten my workload, edit my
writing, discuss the process, and remind me I should be working on my paper.
Thanks to Professor Jeff Allen for putting up with me for 10 years.
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