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The patient who is unable to consent to nursing care
Lived experience of MS-related fatigue-a phenomenological interview study
Flensner, G.; Ek, A.; Soderhamn, O.
Reconceptualising the objectives of a pilot study for clinical research
Gardner, G.; Gardner, A.; MacLellan, L.; Osborne, S.
Musculoskeletal disorders self-reported by female nursing students in central Japan: a complete cross-sectional survey
Smith, D.R.; Sato, M.; Miyajima, T.; Mizutani, T.; Yamagata, Z.
Is training in psychosocial interventions worthwhile? Report of a psychosocial intervention trainee follow-up study
Brooker, C.; Saul, C.; Robinson, J.; King, J.; Dudley, M.
Decision making in Greek and English registered nurses in coronary care units
Bakalis, N.; Bowman, G.S.; Porock, D.
Non-caring encounters at an emergency care unit - a life-world hermeneutic analysis of an efficiency-driven organization
Nystrom, M.; Dahlberg, K.; Carlsson, G.
The role of the school nurse in special schools for pupils with severe learning difficulties
Moore, G.; McConkey, R.; Duffy, M.
Professional discourse and service cultures: an organisational typology developed from health and welfare services for people with learning disabilities
Gilbert, T.; Cochrane, A.; Greenwell, S.
Steve Onyett, teamworking in mental health - Palgrave, Macmillan, Basingstoke, 2003, 269 pp, £17.99, ISBNO-333-76375-0
Ethics in nursing education, research and management. Perspectives from Europe - Edited by Win Tadd, ISBN 0 333 74994 4