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Medication administration technologies and patient safety: a mixed-method systematic review
Self-care of school-age children with diabetes: an integrative review
Non-direct patient care factors influencing nursing workload: a review of the literature
‘Safe passage’: pregnant Iranian Kurdish women's choice of childbirth method
Examination of the utility of the Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services framework for implementation of evidence based practice in residential aged care settings
Readjusting one's life in the tension inherent in work and motherhood
Learning to live well with chronic fatigue: the personal perspective
Living with severe mental illness: perception of sickness
Relationships between preventive activities, psychosocial factors and recurrence of venous leg ulcers: a prospective study
Multi-disciplinary perceptions of patient group directions as a replacement for the pro re nata prescribing of antipsychotic medications in acute mental health settings
Perinatal attachment in naturally pregnant and infertility-treated pregnant women in Taiwan
Do targeted child health promotion services meet the needs of the most disadvantaged? A qualitative study of the views of health visitors working in inner-city and urban areas in England
Searching for harmony: parents’ narratives about their child's genital ambiguity and reconstructive genital surgeries in childhood
A survey of the practice of nurses’ skills in Wenchuan earthquake disaster sites: implications for disaster training
Educating for teamwork – nursing students’ coordination in simulated cardiac arrest situations
Linking transformational leadership to nurses’ extra-role performance: the mediating role of self-efficacy and work engagement
Examining and establishing translational and conceptual equivalence of survey questionnaires for a multi-ethnic, multi-language study
Clinical nurse research consultant: a clinical and academic role to advance practice and the discipline of nursing
Seeing the big picture in nursing: a source of human and professional pride