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Attributes of nurses that determine the
Ming Ho Lau V.; Mackenzie A.
Attitudes of nurses in a general hospital towards people with learning disabilities: influences of contact, and graduate-non-graduate status, a comparative study
Slevin E.; Sines D.
Using individual and group reflection in and on assessment as a tool for effective learning
Mountford B.; Rogers L.
Visualizing and realizing caring in practice through guided reflection
Factors affecting the assessment of postoperative pain: a literature review
Are non-pharmacological nursing interventions for the management of pain effective? - A meta-analysis
The patients' experiences of their chronic non-malignant pain
Seers K.; Friedli K.
Patient knowledge and information concerning medication on discharge from hospital
An analysis of the concept of humour and its application to one aspect of children's nursing
Child-related services in general accident and emergency departments
Mental health intensive care: the nurses' experience and perceptions of a new unit
Does the Nursing Care Plan help in the management of psychiatric risk?
Neilson T.; Peet M.; Ledsham R.; Poole J.
Group and single-subject evaluation of a programme to promote self-care in elderly nursing home residents
Blair C.E.; Lewis R.; Vieweg V.; Tucker R.
Evaluation of health promotion activities in community nursing practice
Sourtzi P.; Nolan P.; Andrews R.
Knowledge, skills and experiences for community health nursing practice: the perceptions of community nurses, administrators and educators
Bramadat I.J.; Chalmers K.; Andrusyszyn M.A.
Incorporating outpatient perceptions into definitions of quality
An analysis of the concept `patient satisfaction' as it relates to contemporary nursing care
Young Mahon P.
The influence of bilateral orchiectomy on self-concept: a pilot study
Montgomery P.; Santi G.
The clinical role of the nurse teacher: an exploratory study of the nurse teacher's present and ideal role in the clinical area
Forrest S.; Brown N.; Pollock L.
Nursing lecturer/practitioners: can lecturer/practitioners be music to our ears?
Rhead M.; Strange F.
The clinical nurse manager: a literature review
Nursing students' perceptions of difficult or challenging clinical situations
Education commissioning by consortia: some theoretical and practical issues relating to qualitative aspects of British nurse education
A phenomenological study of the nature of empathy
The value to nursing research of Gadamer's hermeneutic philosophy
Going to extremes: action research, grounded practice and the theory-practice gap in nursing
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