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Volume 24, Number 2, 1996

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Research Articles

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Does sharing a mother-tongue affect how closely patients and nurses agree when rating the patient's pain, worry and knowledge?
pp. 229-235(7)
Authors: Harrison, A.; Ahmed Busabir, A.; Al-Kaabi, A.O.; Al-Awadi, H.K.

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Female genital mutilation: an overview
pp. 251-259(9)
Author: Wright, J.

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Comfort and nurses' moral choices
pp. 260-264(5)
Author: Wurzbach, M.E.

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Entry to care: positive choice or fait accompli? Developing a more proactive nursing response to the needs of older people and their carers
pp. 265-274(10)
Authors: Nolan, M.; Walker, G.; Nolan, J.; Williams, S.; Poland, F.; Curran, M.; Kent, B.C.

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Illness careers: the chronic illness experience
pp. 275-279(5)
Author: Price, B.

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Nurses' accounts of cardiopulmonary resuscitation
pp. 317-325(9)
Authors: Page, S.; Meerabeau, L.

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Violence to staff in a general hospital setting
pp. 326-333(8)
Authors: Whittington, R.; Shuttleworth, S.; Hill, L.

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Using Spradley: an ethnosemantic approach to research
pp. 341-349(9)
Author: Parfitt, B.A.

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Reforming the practice of nurses: decolonization or getting out from under
pp. 364-367(4)
Authors: Huntington, A.; Gilmour, J.; O'Connell, A.

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Nurses' representations of the positive and negative features of nursing
pp. 375-384(10)
Authors: Lawrence, J.A.; Wearing, A.J.; Dodds, A.E.

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Criteria for concept evaluation
pp. 385-390(6)
Authors: Morse, J.M.; Mitcham, C.; Hupcey, J.E.; Cerdas Tason, M.

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Reflection as infiltration: learning in the experiential domain
pp. 391-399(9)
Authors: Andrew, M.E.; Andrew

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