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Bee, S. Post traumatic stress disorder: The role of critical incident stress management 1999 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 5 20-23 details  
Bell, J. Blood glucose control using insulin therapy in critically ill adult patients with stress hyperglycaemia: A systematic review 2007 details  
Bell, Jeanette Towards clarification of the role of research nurses in New Zealand : a literature review 2009 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 25 4-16 details  
Bennett, J.; Cooney, C.; Jackson, S. The Ringa Atawhai Model 1991 details  
Bennison, C. Emergency nurses' perceptions of the impact of postgraduate education on their practice in New Zealand 2008 details  
Berry, R. Psychiatric comorbidity and childhood adversity in women seeking treatment for alcohol and/or drug dependence 1999 details  
Best, G.A. Being pruned: Student nurses experience of being shaped in clinical practice by lecturers 2004 details  
Betts, J.A. Establishing and evaluating a nurse practitioner leg ulcer clinic: The journey 2005 details  
Beveridge, S. The development of critical thinking: A roller coaster ride for student and teacher in nursing education 2003 details  
Bickley, J. A study of medical, nursing, and institutional not-for-resuscitation (NFR) discourses 2002 317 pp details  
Bigsby, Margaret Anne The characteristics of nurses in relation to their attitudes about career planning and development activities 2016 121 p. details   url
Bigwood, S. Got to be a soldier: Mental health nurses experiences of physically restraining patients 2007 details  
Bird, A. Social withdrawal among early patients in a long-stay psychiatric ward 1979 details  
Birks, G. Becoming better but different: a grounded theory of women's recovery from hysterectomy following early discharge from hospital 1995 details  
Bishop, D.; Ford-Bruins, I. Nurses' perceptions of mental health assessment in an acute inpatient setting in New Zealand: A qualitative study 2003 International Journal of Mental Health Nursing 12 203-212 details  
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