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Allen, N.R. The transition to institutional living: the experience of elderly people 1985
Crisp, B.G. Staff levels in a long term ward – are they adequate? 1985 New Zealand Nursing Journal 78 12-15
Filshie, K.E. Nursing education in New Zealand: 1960-1973. The struggle to attain professional status for the New Zealand nurse 1985
Jones, M. The complexities of post operative pain management and a study of the effectiveness of continuous intravenous narcotic infusion pumps as a means of pain relief in the first 48 hours post operatively 1985
King, B.E.; Fletcher, M.P.; Main, L.G. Institutional provisions for the aged: a survey of one region 1985
Monro, J.A. Person-environment imbalance in an occupational setting: a comparative study of nursing stress in several hospital wards 1985
Perry, J.(see also C.) Theory and practice in the induction of five graduate nurses: a reflexive critique 1985
Rodgers, J.A. Nursing education in New Zealand 1883 to 1930: the persistance of the Nightingale ethos 1985
Takarangi, J. Nursing workforce 1985
Tuffnell, C. Nurses' perception of causes and effects of their back injury 1985