Analysis of Akinsanya's model of bionursing
Biological sciences in Project 2000: an exploration of status
The practitioner-teacher: a study in the introduction of mentors in the preregistration nurse education programme in Wales: part 2
Phillips, R.M.; Davies, W.B.; Neary, M.
Entry age, entry mode and academic performance on a Project 2000 common foundation programme
`I love my work, but...': the `best' and the `worst' in nurse educators' working life in Finland
Teaching metaphors of student nurses
McAllister, M.; McLaughlin, D.
Teacher-induced countertransference in clinical teaching
Paterson, B.; Groening, M.
The clinical role of the nurse teacher: a review of the dispute
Role: a concept explored in nursing education
`Knowing the patient': a review of research on an emerging concept
Culture and the self: implications for the perception of depression by Australian and Vietnamese nursing students
Fry, A.J.; Nguyen, T.
Looking at discourse in a literature review of nursing texts
A concept analysis of empathy
A focus group inquiry into the perceptions of primary health care teams and the provision of health care for adults with a learning disability living in the community
Health maintenance for the independent frail older adult: can it improve physical and mental well-being?
Dungan, J.M.; Brown, A.V.; Ramsey, M.A.
Meaning of illness for women with breast cancer
Luker, K.A.; Beaver, K.; Leinster, S.J.; Owens, R.G.
Social support provided by nurses to recent mothers on a maternity ward
Tarkka, M.T.; Paunonen, M.
Do women want women health workers? Women's views of the primary health care service
Brooks, F.; Phillips, D.
Breast self-care practices in women with primary relatives with breast cancer
Chalmers, K.I.; Luker, K.A.
Ethnic differences in risk factors associated with genital human papillomavirus infections
Patients perspectives and experiences of day case surgery
Work-related back pain in nurses
A computer-aided comparative study of progressive alertness changes in nurses working two different night-shift rotas
Do programmes of medicine self-administration enhance patient knowledge, compliance and satisfaction?
Nurses' conceptualizations of caring attitudes and behaviours