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Grasping the nettle–the involvement of the nurse in management decision making [editorial]
"Becoming a mother’–developing a new theory of early motherhood.
Rogan, F; Shmied, V; Barclay, L; Everitt, L; Wyllie, A
Breast self-examination: an analysis of self-reported practice.
Persson, K; Svensson, PG; Ek, AC
A study to ascertain gynaecological patients’ perceived levels of embarrassment with physical and psychological care given by female and male nurses.
Lodge, N; Mallett, J; Blake, P; Fryatt, I
Family members’ experiences of their role in a hospital: a pilot study.
Astedt-Kurki, P; Paunonen, M; Lehti, K
The role of communication in nursing care for elderly people: a review of the literature.
Caris-Verhallen, WM; Kerkstra, A; Bensing, JM
Occupational need in severe dementia: a descriptive study.
A small exploratory study of the reaction of older people to an episode of delirium.
To meet with a stroke: patients’ experiences and aspects seen through a screen of crises.
Nilsson, I; Jansson, L; Norberg, A
A three-step method of self-reflection using reflective journal writing.
Riley-Doucet, C; Wilson, S
Nursing research: our world not theirs?
Integrative nursing research–an important strategy to further the development of nursing science and nursing practice.
What do registered nurses and midwives feel and know about research?
Psychometric evaluation of a questionnaire to document side-effects of chemotherapy.
Sitzia, J; Dikken, C; Hughes, J
Analysing clinical practice guidelines. A method of documentary analysis.
Appleton, JV; Cowley, S
The problems of researching mixed sex wards.
Sexuality, sexual abuse. Omissions in admissions?
Willingness to provide care and treatment for patients with HIV/AIDS.
Assessing literacy for patient teaching: perspectives of adults with low literacy skills.
Brez, SM; Taylor, M
A conceptual foundation for human suffering in nursing care and research.
Rodgers, BL; Cowles, KV
Professional responsibility: implications for nursing practice within the realms of cardiothoracics.
The theory-practice relationship in nursing: an exploration of contemporary discourse.
Science, abduction and the fuzzy nurse: an exploration of expertise [see comments]
Supportive learning in distance education.
Power and vested interests–tacit influences on the construction of nursing curricula?
What is philosophy of nursing?
The professional imagination: narrative and the symbolic boundaries between medicine and nursing.
May, C; Fleming, C