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Maintaining the ethic of caring in nursing
Can an ethic of caring be maintained?
More than a makeover is needed to improve nursing's image
IN THIS ISSUE
Coping with breast cancer in newly diagnosed Iranian women
Commentary on Taleghani F. et al. (2006), Coping with breast cancer in newly diagnosed Iranian women. Journal of Advanced Nursing 54(3), 265–273
Class-3c compression bandaging for venous ulcers
Assessment of need for psychosocial interventions in an Asian population of carers of patients with schizophrenia
Complex intervention development for diabetes self-management
Exploring the experience of weight loss in people with advanced cancer
Change in perceived psychosocial status following a 12-week Tai Chi exercise programme
Concept analysis of perspective-taking
Dimensional analysis of the concept of obesity
Nursing and midwifery students' approaches to study and learning
Effectiveness of intermediate-fidelity simulation training technology in undergraduate nursing education
E-learning for healthcare students
Health promotion for frail older home care clients
CURRENT ISSUES AND FORTHCOMING EVENTS
Reflective Practice in Nursing, third edition
Being Mindful, Easing Suffering
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