ISSN 0309-2402 (Print); ISSN: 1365-2648 (Online)
A comparative study of death anxiety in hospice and emergency nurses
Payne; Dean; Kalus
The mental health of hospital nurses in Tasmania as measured by the 12-item General Health Questionnaire
Farrell, Gerald A.
A concept analysis of personal transformation
Wade, Gail Holland
The professional identity of the nurse: concept analysis and development
Öhlén, Joakim; Segesten, Kerstin
Caring and cancer nursing: framing the reality using selected social science theory
Empowerment of dying patients: the strategies and barriers to patient autonomy
Martin, Geoffrey W.
Self-care ability in a group of elderly Swedish people: a phenomenological study
Rnt, Olle Söderhamn
Hope, counselling and complicated bereavement reactions
Cutcliffe, John R.
Loneliness: an epidemic in modern society
People with HIV/AIDS: who cares?
Quality of life following liver transplantation: physical and functional recovery
Moving into the information era: does the current nursing paradigm still hold?
Providing appropriate information to patients and carers following a stroke
Wiles, Rose; Pain, Helen; Buckland, Sarah; McLellan, Lindsay
The lived experience of patient prudence in health care
Larrabee, June H.; Bolden, Lois V.; Knight, Marie Ray
An anthropological interpretation of nurses’ and patients’ perceptions of the use of space and touch
Christine Edwards, Susan
How patients spend their time in a hospice and in an oncological unit
Rasmussen, Birgit H; Sandman
An exploration of anticipatory grief: the lived experience of people during their spouses’ terminal illness and in bereavement
The hidden experience of radiotherapy to the head and neck: a qualitative study of patients after completion of treatment
Differences between and within genders in caregiving strain: a comparison between caregivers of demented and non-caregivers of non-demented elderly people
Almberg, Britt; Jansson, Wallis; Grafström, Margareta; Winblad, Bengt
Relocating elderly people and nursing staff from the NHS to the independent sector
Acts, omissions, intentions and motives: a philosophical examination of the moral distinction between killing and letting die
Socialization and personal change: a personal construct psychology approach
Buckenham, Michael A.
Reconceptualizing rigour: the case for reflexivity
Koch, Tina; Harrington, Ann
Learning about reflection
The approaches to learning of student nurses in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
The impact of participation in a study abroad programme on students’ conceptual understanding of community health nursing in a developing country
Inglis, Alistair; Rolls, Colleen; Kristy, Susanne
BOOK REVIEWS: Basic Concepts for Qualitative Research by Immy Holloway. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1997, 186 pages, £11.99, ISBN 0 632 04173 0.
BOOK REVIEWS: Research Methods in Health — Investigating Health and Health Services by Ann Bowling. Open University Press, Buckingham, 1997, 448 pages, £16.99, ISBN: 0 335 19885 6.
BOOK REVIEWS: Completing a Qualitative Project: Details and Dialogue edited by Janice M. Morse. Sage, Thousand Oaks, California, 1997, 416 pages, £23.00, ISBN 0 7619 0601 0.
BOOK REVIEWS: The Mental Health Nurse. Views of Practice and Education edited by Stephen Tilley. Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1997, 240 pages, £14.99, ISBN 0 632 03999 X.
BOOK REVIEWS: Choice, Information and Dignity — Involving Users and Carers in Care Management in Mental Health by John Carpenter and Silvia Sbaraini. The Policy Press, Bristol, 1997, 108 pages, £13.95, ISBN 1 86134 069 9.
Altschul, Annie T.
BOOK REVIEWS: Addiction Nursing. Perspectives in Professional and Clinical Practice edited by G. Hussein Rassool & Mike Gafoor. Stanley Thornes, Cheltenham, 1997, 294 pages, £16.99, ISBN 0 7487 3179 2.
BOOK REVIEWS: Public Sector Managerial Effectiveness. Theory and Practice in the National Health Service by Hugh Flanagan and Peter Spurgeon. Open University Press, Buckingham, 1996, 144 pages, £14.99, ISBN 0 335 15776 9.
Hunt, Jennifer M.
BOOK REVIEWS: Nursing Knowledge and Practice: A Decision-Making Approach edited by Maggie Mallik, Carol Hall and David Howard. Bailliere Tindall, London, 1988, 682 pages, £19.95, ISBN 0 7020 1991 7.
Smith, James P.
BOOK REVIEWS: Understanding the National Health Service Reforms — the Creation of Incentives? by Peter A. West. Open University Press, Buckingham, 1997, 208 pages, £14.99, ISBN 0 335 19243.
Baly, Monica E.
BOOK REVIEWS: Psychology and Health Promotion by Paul Bennett and Simon Murphy. Open University Press, Buckingham, 1997, 192 pages, £14.99, ISBN 0 335 19765 5.
BOOK REVIEWS: Genitourinary Surgery by Gratia M. Nagle. Mosby, St Louis, 1997, 365 pages, £38.00, ISBN 0 8151 7029 7.
BOOK REVIEWS: Essentials of Perioperative Nursing 2nd edn. by Cynthia Spry. Aspen, Maryland, 1997, 316 pages, £42.00, ISBN 0 8342 0581 5.
Graham, Janet R.
Qualitative Research in Health and Social Care: conference organized by The Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth University, held at the Swallow Highcliffe Hotel, Bournemouth, England, 30 April–1 May 1998