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Adams-Smith, P. H. (2002). An exploration of issues of primary health services for Taranaki Te Atiawa children based on the expectations and perceptions of their female caregivers. Ph.D. thesis, , .
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Alcorn, G. (2001). Giving voice to school nursing as a primary health care specialty. Ph.D. thesis, , .
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Alcorn, G. (2007). The youth health specialty in New Zealand: Collaborative practice and future development. The Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners website, 34(3), 162–167.
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Armstrong, S. E. (2008). Exploring the nursing reality of the sole on-call primary health care rural nurse interface with secondary care doctors. In Jean Ross (Ed.), Rural nursing: Aspects of practice (pp. 225-46). [Dunedin]: Rural Health Opportunities.
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Bailey, A. M. (2004). The New Zealand practice nurse in the primary health environment of the 21st century.
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Cameron, M. (2017). Evaluation report of a postgraduate specialty programme: is a specialty nursing qualification delivering what it says it does? Whitireia Nursing and Health Journal, (24), 37–45.
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Clendon, J. (2004). Demonstrating outcomes in a nurse-led clinic: How primary health care nurses make a difference to children and their families. Contemporary Nurse, 18(1-2), 164–176.
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Clendon, J., & Krothe, J. (2004). The nurse-managed clinic: An evaluative study. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 20(2), 15–23.
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Clendon, J., & White, G. E. (2001). The feasibility of a nurse practitioner-led primary health care clinic in a school setting: A community needs analysis. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 34(2), 171–178.
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Clendon, J.(and others). (2013). Nurse perceptions of the diabetes Get Checked Programme. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 29(3), 18–30.
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Clissold, C. (2006). How discourses stifle the Primary Health Care Strategy's intent to reduce health inequalities. Ph.D. thesis, , .
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Connor, M. J., Nelson, K. M., & Maisey, J. (2009). Impact of innovation funding on a rural health nursing service : the Reporoa experience. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 25(2), 4–14.
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Davies, D. C. (2006). Practice nurses' perceptions of their contribution to the care of individuals with chronic health conditions. Ph.D. thesis, , .
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Davis, J., Wiapo, C., Rehana-Tait, H., Clark, T. C., & Adams, S. (2021). Steadfast is the rock: Primary health care Māori nurse leaders discuss tensions, resistance, and their contributions to prioritise communities and whānau during COVID-19. Nursing Praxis in Aotearoa New Zealand, 37(3). Retrieved January 28, 2022, from www.nursingpraxis.org
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Day, D. R., Mills, B., & Fairburn, F. (2001). Exercise prescription: Are practice nurses adequately prepared for this? New Zealand Journal of Sports Medicine, 29(2), 32–36.
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