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Alavi, C. Breaking-in bodies: Teaching, nursing, initiations or what's love got to do with it? 2005 Contemporary Nurse 18 292-299
Becker, F. Recruitment & retention: Magnet hospitals 2005
Betts, J.A. Establishing and evaluating a nurse practitioner leg ulcer clinic: The journey 2005
Bishop, J. Motivation: An essential element of learning 2005 J. McDrury (Ed.), Nursing matters: A reader for teaching and learning in the clinical setting (pp. 83-100)
Bland, M.F. The challenge of feeling 'at home' in residential aged care in New Zealand 2005 Nursing Praxis in New Zealand 21 4-12
Bleach, A. Nurses talk the walk: An exploration of nurses' perception of advanced nursing practice on acute mental health inpatient units in New Zealand 2005
Boyd, M.E. Advancing nursing knowledge: The experience of a nurse working with dying people in a highly remote rural area 2005
Carter, G.E. Critical thinking abilities: Evidence from students' clinical self-evaluation responses: A pilot study 2005
Cleaver, H Reflections on knowing, not knowing and being in palliative care nursing 2005 A research paper submitted to the Victoria University of Wellington in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts (Applied) in nursing 57
Cleaver, H. Reflections on knowing, not knowing and being in palliative care nursing 2005
Cobham, J. Why do nurses stay in nursing? A test of social identity, equity sensitivity and expectancy theory 2005
Cook, N.; Phillips, B.N.; Sadler, D. The Tidal Model as experienced by patients and nurses in a regional forensic unit 2005 Journal of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing 15 536-540
Crowe, M.; Luty, S. Recovery from depression: A discourse analysis of interpersonal psychotherapy 2005 Nursing Inquiry 12 43-50
Davies, M. Lived experiences of nurses as they engage in practice at an advanced level within emergency departments in New Zealand 2005
Dennis, J. How will transformative primary health care nursing leadership facilitate better health outcomes for Southlanders? 2005