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Alavi, C. Breaking-in bodies: Teaching, nursing, initiations or what's love got to do with it? 2005 Contemporary Nurse 18 292-299 details  
Bee, S. Post traumatic stress disorder: The role of critical incident stress management 1999 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 5 20-23 details  
Bradshaw, W. Helping clients move towards health change 2007 Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand 13 16-18 details  
Chang, E.M.; Bidewell, J.W.; Huntington, A.D.; Daly, J.; Johnson, A.; Wilson, H.; Lambert, V.; Lambert, C.E. A survey of role stress, coping and health in Australian and New Zealand hospital nurses 2008 Intensive & Critical Care Nursing 44 1354-1362 details  
Farrow, T. 'No suicide contracts' in community crisis situations: A conceptual analysis 2003 Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 10 199-202 details  
Fielden, J. Grief as a transformative experience: Weaving through different lifeworlds after a loved one has completed suicide 2003 International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 12 74-85 details  
Fletcher, Stephanie “It's one less thing I have to do” : does referring patients to a co-located psychology service impact on the well-being of primary care health providers? 2021 88 p. details   url
Gallocher-Shearer, S. Exploring the archetypal dimension in nursing 2005 details  
Gillespie, Moira Elizabeth Compassion fatigue and cancer nurses: a national survey of cancer nurses in New Zealand 2013 91 pp details   url
Johnson, S. Hope in terminal illness 2007 details  
Lowson, S. Sacred memories: Creative art therapy for children in grief 2004 details   url
Maloney-Moni, J. Kia Mana: A synergy of wellbeing 2004 details  
Narbey, N. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in psychosis: Relevance to mental health nurses 2001 details   url
Polaschek, N. Living on dialysis: Concerns of clients in a renal setting 2003 Journal of Advanced Nursing 41 44-52 details  
Ratnasabapathy, P. Silent suffering: The 'lived experience' of women who have experienced early pregnancy loss and used the health services for their care 2005 details  
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