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Boyd, L. “It could have just as easily been me”: Nurses working in mental health services who have experienced mental illness 2001
Chenery, K. 'Can mummy come too?' Rhetoric and realities of 'family-centred care' in one New Zealand hospital, 1960-1990 2001
Henry, Pamela 'Coming home safely : a successful transition from hospital to home' : Margaret May Blackwell Study Fellowship for Nurses of Young Children, Nursing Education Research Foundation 2001 38
Noble-Adams, R. 'Exemplary' nurses: An exploration of the phenomenon 2001 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 17 24-33
Papps, E. (Re)positioning nursing: Watch this space 2001 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 17 4-12
Litchfield, M. A framework of complementary models of nursing practice: A study of nursing roles and practice for a new era of healthcare provision in New Zealand 2001
Hill, N. A shared revelation: A comparative, triangulated study on improving quality of life in the terminally ill 2001
Rowe, W. An ethnography of the nursing handover 2001
Rydon, S.E. Attitudes, skills and knowledge of mental health nurses: The perception of users of mental health services 2001
Woods, M. Balancing rights and duties in 'life and death' decision making involving children: A role for nurses? 2001 Nursing Ethics 8 397-408
Stolz-Schwarz, P. Barriers to and facilitators of research use in clinical practice for a sample of New Zealand registered nurses 2001
Hall, L. Burnout: Results of an empirical study of New Zealand nurses 2001 Contemporary Nurse 11 71-83
Cleary, H. Caring and bioethics: Perspectives, predicaments and possibilities 2001
Richardson, S.; Allen, J. Casualization of the nursing workforce: A New Zealand perspective on an international phenomenon 2001 International Journal of Nursing Practice 7 104-108
Mitchell, K. Childbirth: A momentous occasion. Muslim women's childbirth experiences 2001