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References, copyright and plagiarism [editorial]
Pastoral care and moral government: early nineteenth century nursing and solutions to the Irish question.
Integration of therapeutic approaches: a new direction for mental health nurses?
Psychiatric nurses satisfaction: the effects of closure of a hospital.
A longitudinal study of feeding difficulty and nursing intervention in elderly patients with dementia.
Watson R.; Deary I.
Attitudes towards mental illness: testing the contact hypothesis among Chinese student nurses in Hong Kong.
Callaghan P.; Shan C.; Yu L.; Ching L.; Kwan T.
Finnish public health nurses experiences of primary health care based on the population responsibility principle.
Koponen P.; Helio S.; Aro S.
Illuminating environmental influences on womens caring.
Information needs of women during early treatment for breast cancer.
Graydon J.; Galloway S.; Palmer-Wickham S.; Harrison D.; Rich-van der Bij L.; West P.; Burlein-Hall S.; Evans-Boyden B.
Vulnerability, health and health care.
Assessment of quality of life with the Nottingham Health Profile among patients with coronary heart disease.
Lukkarinen H.; Hentinen M.
Patients perceptions of the pre-operative information they need about events they may experience in the intensive care unit.
Watts S.; Brooks A.
Understanding nurses communication with patients in accident & emergency departments using a symbolic interactionist perspective.
Byrne G.; Heyman R.
Building a relationship: communications and relationships between staff and stroke patients on a rehabilitation ward.
Jones M.; O'Neill P.; Waterman H.; Webb C.
Learning from errors in nursing practice.
Meurier C.; Vincent C.; Parmar D.
The problem of arriving at a phenomenological description of memory loss.
Moyle W.; Clinton M.
A critical review of the belief that technology is a neutral object and nurses are its master.
Adherence: a matter of self-efficacy and power.
Theory-based nursing practice.
Raudonis B.; Acton G.
What should nurse teachers be doing? A preliminary study [see comments]
Defining quality student feedback in distance learning.
Project 2000: perceptions of the philosophy and practice of nursing: shifting perceptionsa new practitioner?
Clark J.; Maben J.; Jones K.
The biological sciences in nursing: an empirical paper reporting on the applications of physiology to nursing care.
Jordan S.; Reid K.
Attitudes towards the relevance of biological, behavioural and social sciences in nursing education.
Husserl, phenomenology and nursing.
Intuition: a critical review of the research and rhetoric.
King L.; Appleton J.
Heuristics, servants to intuition, in clinical decision-making.
Sociology and the nursing curriculum: a further comment [comment]
Sociology and the nursing curriculum: a further comment
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