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2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (1).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Using sense-making theory to aid understanding of the recognition , assessment and management of pain in patients with dementia in acute hospital settingsDowding, Dawn; Lichtner, Valentina; Allcock, Nick; Briggs, Michelle; James, Kirstin; Keady, John; Lasrado, Reena; Sampson, Elizabeth L; Swarbrick, Caroline; Jose, S
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (11).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies A before and after study of a nurse led comprehensive delirium management programme ( DemDel ) for older acute care inpatients with cognitive impairmentHasemann, W; Tolson, D; Godwin, J; Spirig, R; Frei, I A; Kressig, R W
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (10).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Social capital among healthcare professionals : A prospective study of its importance for job satisfaction , work engagement and engagement in clinical improvementsEriksson, Andrea; Bergman, David; Dellve, Lotta; Stro, Marcus
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (13).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Postoperative patients ’ perspectives on rating pain : A qualitative studyDijk, Jacqueline F M Van; Vervoort, Sigrid C J M; Wijck, Albert J M Van; Kalkman, Cor J; Schuurmans, Marieke J
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (12).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies The midwife ’ s role in providing smoking cessation interventions for pregnant women : The views of midwives working with high risk , disadvantaged women in public sector antenatal services in South AfricaMurphy, K; Steyn, K; Mathews, C
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (15).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Taxonomy of measurement properties : A commentary on Polit ( 2015 )Mokkink, Lidwine B; Terwee, Caroline B; Prinsen, Cecilia A C; Vet, Henrica C W De; Steering, Cosmin
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (14).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Why do China-educated nurses emigrate ? A qualitative explorationZhou, Yunxian; Roscigno, Cecelia; Sun, Qiuhua
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (2).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Interventions to reduce nurses ’ medication administration errors in inpatient settings : A systematic review andBerdot, Sarah; Roudot, Marjorie; Schramm, Catherine; Katsahian, Sandrine; Durieux, Pierre; Sabatier, Brigitte
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (22).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Oncology health workers ’ views and experiences on caring for ethnic minority patients : A mixed method systematic reviewEechoud, Ineke J Van; Grypdonck, Mieke; Beeckman, Dimitri; Lancker, Van; Hecke, Ann Van; Verhaeghe, Sofie
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (20).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies A unit-level perspective on the long-term sustainability of a nursing best practice guidelines program : An embedded multiple case studyFleiszer, Andrea R; Semenic, Sonia E; Ritchie, Judith A; Richer, Marie-claire; Denis, Jean-louis
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (18).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Self-reported competence in long term care provision for adult cancer survivors : A cross sectional survey of nursing and allied health care professionalsFaithfull, S; Samuel, Carol; Lemanska, Agnieszka; Warnock, Clare; Greenfield, Diana
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (16).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Care workers health in Swiss nursing homes and its association with psychosocial work environment : A cross-sectional studyAusserhofer, Dietmar; Dhaini, Suzanne R; Zu, Franziska; Kunz, Regina; Geest, Sabina De; Schwendimann, Rene; Simon, Michael
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (21).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies The role of high-involvement work practices and professional self-image in nursing recruits ’ turnover : A three-year prospective studyVandenberghe, Christian; Che, Denis
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (19).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Effectiveness of a community based nurse-pharmacist managed pain clinic : A mixed-methods studyAbdul, Muhammad; Phillip, David; Briggs, Michelle; Marczewski, Kathryn; Jose, S
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (17).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Distress in working on dementia wards – A threat to compassionate care : A grounded theory studyMcpherson, Susan; Hiskey, Syd; Alderson, Zoe
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (28).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Factors associated with infant feeding of human milk at discharge from neonatal intensive care : Cross-sectional analysis of nurse survey and infant outcomes dataHallowell, Sunny G; Rogowski, Jeannette A; Spatz, Diane L; Hanlon, Alexandra L; Kenny, Michael; Lake, Eileen T
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (24).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Effectiveness of motivational interviewing on lifestyle modification and health outcomes of clients at risk or diagnosed with cardiovascular diseases : A systematic reviewLee, Windy W M; Choi, K C; Yum, Royce W Y; Yu, Doris S F; Y, S
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (29).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies The experience and impact of traumatic perinatal event experiences in midwives : A qualitative investigationSheen, Kayleigh; Spiby, Helen; Slade, Pauline
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (23).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies Impact of a person-centred dementia care training programme on hospital staff attitudes , role efficacy and perceptions of caring for people with dementia : A repeated measures studySurr, C A; Smith, S J; Crossland, J; Robins, J
2016 IJNS Volume 53 January (26).pdf.jpg2016International Journal of Nursing Studies How new graduate nurses experience patient death : A systematic review and qualitative meta-synthesisZheng, Ruishuang; Lee, Susan Fiona; Bloomer, Melissa Jane

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