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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 4, October 1998

Guest Editorial

Guest editorial
pp. 693-694(2)
Author: Pediani, Ramon

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News

NEWS
pp. 695-699(5)

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Original Article

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A concept analysis of personal transformation
pp. 713-719(7)
Author: Wade, Gail Holland

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The professional identity of the nurse: concept analysis and development
pp. 720-727(8)
Authors: Öhlén, Joakim; Segesten, Kerstin

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Original Articles

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Hope, counselling and complicated bereavement reactions
pp. 754-761(8)
Author: Cutcliffe, John R.

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Loneliness: an epidemic in modern society
pp. 762-770(9)
Author: Killeen, Colin

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People with HIV/AIDS: who cares?
pp. 771-778(8)
Author: Robinson, Nicola

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Providing appropriate information to patients and carers following a stroke
pp. 794-801(8)
Authors: Wiles, Rose; Pain, Helen; Buckland, Sarah; McLellan, Lindsay

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The lived experience of patient prudence in health care
pp. 802-808(7)
Authors: Larrabee, June H.; Bolden, Lois V.; Knight, Marie Ray

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How patients spend their time in a hospice and in an oncological unit
pp. 818-828(11)
Authors: Rasmussen, Birgit H; Sandman

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Reconceptualizing rigour: the case for reflexivity
pp. 882-890(9)
Authors: Koch, Tina; Harrington, Ann

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Learning about reflection
pp. 891-898(8)
Author: Smith, Ann

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