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Arcus, K.J. Often wearisome, sometimes saddening, but always interesting: A hundred years of district nursing in Wellington, 1903-2003 2004
Bailey, A.M. The New Zealand practice nurse in the primary health environment of the 21st century 2004
Barber, A.; Charleston, A.; Anderson, N.; Spriggs, D.; Bennett, D.; Bennett, P.; Thomas, K.; Baker, Y. Changes in stroke care at Auckland Hospital between 1996 and 2001 2004 New Zealand Medical Journal 117
Baur, P. Patients who present to the emergency department but do not wait: An exploratory study 2004
Beaton, T. Postnatal depression: Four women's experiences of care from a nurse 2004
Best, G.A. Being pruned: Student nurses experience of being shaped in clinical practice by lecturers 2004
Bland, M.F. All the comforts of home? A critical ethnography of residential aged care in New Zealand 2004
Bray, Y.M. A migrant family's experience of palliative nursing care 2004
Brinkman, A.; Caughley, B. Measuring on-the-job stress accurately 2004 Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand 18 12-15
Brown, J.A. “Let my spirit always sing”: A descriptive study of how four elderly rest home residents view spirituality and spiritual care at the end of life 2004
Campbell, K. Intertwining the role of partner and caregiver: A phenomenological study of the experiences of four New Zealand rural women who have cared for their terminally ill partners 2004
Carter, H.; MacLeod, R.; Brander, P.; McPherson, K. Living with a terminal illness: Patients' priorities 2004 Journal of Advanced Nursing 45 611-620
Cavanagh, C. Dignity and palliative care: A search to discover the true meaning of the concept of “dying with dignity” 2004
Chenery, K. Family-centred care: Understanding our past 2004 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 20 4-12
Clayton, J.R. The recovery of hope: A personal journey through paradigms toward emancipatory practice 2004