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Searle, J. Gender bias: Women and heart disease 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 10-14
Skadiang, K. Researching post-tonsillectomy bleeding 2001 Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand 7 22-23
Southwick, M. Pacific women's stories of becoming a nurse in New Zealand: A radical hermeneutic reconstruction of marginality 2001
Spence, D. Hermeneutic notions illuminate cross-cultural nursing experiences 2001 Journal of Advanced Nursing 35 624-630
Spence, D. Prejudice, paradox, and possibility: Nursing people from cultures other than one's own 2001 Journal of Transcultural Nursing 12 100-106
Spence, D. Experiencing difference in nursing 2001 Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand 7 13-15
Spence, D. The evolving meaning of 'culture' in New Zealand nursing 2001 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 17 51-61
Stolz-Schwarz, P. Barriers to and facilitators of research use in clinical practice for a sample of New Zealand registered nurses 2001
Tucakovic, M. Nursing as an aesthetic praxis 2001
Uren, M. Nursing: A model for management: Why nurses are well equipped to be leaders of the future? 2001
Vernon, R.A. Clinical case study: Acute traumatic head injury 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 3-9
Walker, J.; Bailey, S.; Brasell-Brian, R.; Gould, S. Evaluating a problem based learning course: An action research study 2001 Contemporary Nurse 10 30-38
Walsh, C.; Boyd, L.; Baker, P.; Gavriel, A.; McClusky, N.; Puckey, T.C.; Sadler, D.; Stidworthy, A. It was time for me to leave: A participatory action research study into discharge planning from an acute mental health setting 2001
Ward, J. High acuity nursing 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 15-19
Watson, K. Culture, breastfeeding and bottles 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 19-23