ISSN 0309-2402 (Print); ISSN 1365-2648 (Online)
Tierney, Alison J.
Poodle skirts, lava lamps and hot pants…is chronic condition self-management another fad?
Catheter-related bloodstream infections in intensive care units: a systematic review with meta-analysis
Ramritu, Prabha; Halton, Kate; Cook, David; Whitby, Michael; Graves, Nicholas
Patterns of ‘balancing between hope and despair’ in the diagnostic phase: a grounded theory study of patients on a gastroenterology ward
Giske, Tove; Artinian, Barbara
Patients’ experiences of learning clean intermittent self-catheterization: a qualitative study
Logan, Karen; Shaw, Chris; Webber, Irene; Samuel, Sandra; Broome, Lynne
Turnover intention in new graduate nurses: a multivariate analysis
Beecroft, Pauline C.; Dorey, Frederick; Wenten, Madé
Family care of Taiwanese patients who had attempted suicide: a grounded theory study
Sun, Fan-Ko; Long, Ann; Huang, Xuan-Yi; Huang, Hui-Man
Developing evidence-based practice: experiences of senior and junior clinical nurses
Gerrish, Kate; Ashworth, Peter; Lacey, Anne; Bailey, Jeff
Health literacy, complication awareness, and diabetic control in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Tang, Ying Ho; Pang, Samantha M.C.; Chan, Moon Fai; Yeung, Grace S.P.; Yeung, Vincent T.F.
Burnout and physical and mental health among Swedish healthcare workers
Peterson, Ulla; Demerouti, Evangelia; Bergström, Gunnar; Samuelsson, Mats; Åsberg, Marie; Nygren, Åke
Use of perioperative dialogues with children undergoing day surgery
Wennström, Berith; Hallberg, Lillemor R.-M.; Bergh, Ingrid
The qualitative content analysis process
Elo, Satu; Kyngäs, Helvi
Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia (EdFED) scale: cross-cultural validation of the Chinese version
Lin, Li-Chan; Watson, Roger; Lee, Yue-Chune; Chou, Yueh-Ching; Wu, Shiao-Chi
Clinical judgement and decision-making in nursing – nine modes of practice in a revised cognitive continuum
JAN Forum: Your views and letters
In response to Henderson A., Van Eps M.A., James C., Henderson P. & Osborne Y. (2007) ‘Caring for’ behaviors that indicate to patients that nurses ‘care about’ them. Journal of Advanced Nursing 60(2), 146–153.
Watts, Christine S.
Volume 62, Number 2, April 2008