ISSN 0309-2402 (Print); ISSN: 1365-2648 (Online)
Contrasts in Professional Progress in the United Kingdom: Education and Services
Tube feeding dilemmas: can artificial nutrition and hydration be legally or ethically withheld or withdrawn?
Using patients: exploring the ethical dimension of reflective practice in nurse education
Nurses' reflections on problems associated with decision-making in critical care settings
Bucknall, T.; Thomas, S.
Death, poetry, psychotherapy and clinical supervision (the contribution of psychodynamic psychotherapy to palliative care nursing)
A phenomenological investigation into the role of the clinical nurse specialist
Advanced neonatal nurse practitioners in the United Kingdom: where are they and what do they do?
Dillon, A.; George, S.
Clinical decision-making by midwives: managing case complexity
Cioffi, J.; Markham, R.
The emergence of the `waiting game': a critical examination of the psychosocial issues in diagnosing breast cancer
A reply to Goddard's `spirituality as integrative energy'
The primary holisms in nursing
Nursing and the health of the nation: schism or symbiosis?
Brown, P.A.; Piper, S.M.
Professionalization of nursing: development, difficulties and solutions
The impact of the commissioning agenda upon nursing practice: a proactive approach to influencing health policy
Antrobus, S.; Brown, S.
The use of `dementia care mapping' as a method of evaluating care received by patients with dementia - an initiative to improve quality of life
Williams, J.; Rees, J.
Identification of nursing management diagnoses
Shaw Morrison, R.
Studying the future: a Delphi survey of how multi-disciplinary clinical staff view the likely development of two community mental health centres over the course of the next two years
Patients' needs in hospital: nurses' and patients' views
Lauri, S.; Lepisto, M.; Kappeli, S.
Patient satisfaction in a nurse-led rheumatology clinic
A telephone survey of day-surgery eye patients
Hope in nursing research: a meta-analysis of the ontological and epistemological foundations of research on hope
Kylma, J.; Vehvilainen-Julkunen, K.
Nurse teachers' perceptions of information technology: a study of nurse teachers in Northern Ireland
Sinclair, M.; Gardner, J.
Computer literacy in nursing: developing the information technology syllabus in nursing education
Saranto, K.; Leino-Kilpi, H.
The clinical role of nurse teachers within a Project 2000 course framework
Carlisle, C.; Kirk, S.; Luker, K.A.
Facilitation: a concept analysis
Nursing students' response to self-directed learning: an evaluation of a learning process applying Jarvis' framework
Pedley, G.E.; Arber, A.
A comparison of the reported early experiences of a group of student nurses with those of a group of people outside the helping professions
Nursing praxis: a zealot responds