ISSN 0966-0429 (Print); ISSN 1365-2834 (Online)
Editorial. JNM editorial for May 2005 – Managing nursing in an increasingly complex environment of care
Complex nursing systems
CLANCY, THOMAS R.; DELANEY, CONNIE-WHITE
Recording the content of the caring process
KÄRKKÄINEN, OILI; ERIKSSON, KATIE
First-line managers' views of the long-term effects of clinical supervision: how does clinical supervision support and develop leadership in health care?
HYRKÄS, KRISTIINA; APPELQVIST-SCHMIDLECHNER, KAIJA; KIVIMÄKI, KIRSTI
Nurses’ satisfaction with their work environment and the outcomes of clinical nursing supervision on nurses’ experiences of well-being – a Norwegian study
BÉGAT, INGRID; ELLEFSEN, BODIL; SEVERINSSON, ELISABETH
Factors influencing nurse supervisor competence: a critical incident analysis study
ARVIDSSON, BARBRO; FRIDLUND, BENGT
The influence of standardized languages on nurses’ autonomy
MRAYYAN, MAJD TAWFEEQ
Stress and verbal abuse in nursing: do burned out nurses eat their young?
MICHELLE ROWE, M.; SHERLOCK, HOLLY
Refocusing health visiting – sharpening the vision and facilitating the process
CARR, SUSAN M.
Bridging the information gap between hospitals and home care services: experience with a patient admission and discharge form
SATZINGER, WALTER; COURTÉ-WIENECKE, SONJA; WENNG, SABINE; HERKERT, BRIGITTE
Estimating resource use and cost of prophylactic management of neutropenia with filgrastim
ANNEMANS, L.; VAN OVERBEKE, N.; STANDAERT, B.; VAN BELLE, S.
Study Skills for Nurses
Guidebook for Users Involved in the NHS and Social Care: Finding your Way Around Involvement and Decision-making
Press release: New year, new job, new you?