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Dementia care: A literature review 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 33-36
Alcorn, G. Giving voice to school nursing as a primary health care specialty 2001
Andrews, C.M. Developing a nursing speciality: Plunket Nursing 1905 – 1920 2001
Archer, L.K. We talk what we do: An exploration of the value, role and function of storytelling in nursing from one nurse's practice perspective 2001
Barton, J. Pain knowledge and attitudes of nurses and midwives in a New Zealand context 2001
Blackie, S.A.H. Women, work, study and health: The experience of nurses engaged in paid work and further education 2001
Boyd, L. “It could have just as easily been me”: Nurses working in mental health services who have experienced mental illness 2001
Brookes, K. Moving stories from nurses in flight 2001
Carryer, J.B. Embodied largeness: A significant women's health issue 2001 Nursing Inquiry 8 90-97
Chenery, K. 'Can mummy come too?' Rhetoric and realities of 'family-centred care' in one New Zealand hospital, 1960-1990 2001
Clear, G.M.; Carryer, J.B. Shadow dancing in the wings: Lesbian women talk about health care 2001 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 17 27-39
Cleary, H. Caring and bioethics: Perspectives, predicaments and possibilities 2001
Clendon, J.; McBride, K. Public health nurses in New Zealand: The impact of invisibility 2001 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 17 24-32
Clendon, J.; White, G.E. The feasibility of a nurse practitioner-led primary health care clinic in a school setting: A community needs analysis 2001 Journal of Advanced Nursing 34 171-178
Crawford, R. Nutrition: Is there a need for nurses working with children and families to offer nutrition advice? 2001 Vision: A Journal of Nursing 7 10-15