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Distance learning – meeting Africa's need for quality nursing care
More developments for INR
Global nursing profession loses a renowned leader, educator and scholar
ICN joins forces with pharmaceutical industry to fight fake medicines
INR Authors Speak Out: Using ICNP® to make nursing more visible in Italy
Safe staffing – a shared responsibility
Nurses on the Move: Migration and the Global Health Care Economy
Nursing and midwifery: Millennium Development Goals and the global human resource crisis
Primary health care nursing staff in Crete: an emerging profile
Markaki, A.; Antonakis, N.; Philalithis, A.; Lionis, C.
Personal reflections on the 23rd Quadrennial Congress of the International Council of Nurses: ‘Nursing on the move: knowledge, innovation and vitality’ (Taipei Taiwan 21–27th May 2005)
More than terminology: using ICNP to enhance nursing's visibility in Italy
Sansoni, J.; Giustini, M.
Dignified dying: phenomenon and actions among nurses in India
Doorenbos, A.Z.; Wilson, S.A.; Coenen, A.; Borse, Nagesh N.
Cultural competency and nursing care: an Australian perspective
Chenowethm, L.; Jeon, Y.-H.; Goff, M.; Burke, C.
Decision making in childbirth: the influence of traditional structures in a Ghanaian village
Nurses and nursing education in Ghana: creating collaborative opportunities
Use of traditional healers and modern medicine in Ghana
Tabi, M. M.; Powell, M.; Hodnicki, D.
Hospital nurse administrators in Japan: a feminist dimensional analysis
Brandi, C. L.; Naito, A.
Professional competence: factors described by nurses as influencing their development
Khomeiran, R. Tabari; Yekta, Z. P.; Kiger, A. M.; Ahmadi, F.
Critical thinking and learning styles of students in conventional and accelerated programmes
Suliman, W. A.
An open letter to the international nursing community asking: what are we going to do about it?