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There have been many complaints in recent years that nursing research has not developed as fully as it should have, together with a suggested explanation that this is largely due to a lack of success in obtaining funding. This lack of success has been attributed to a domination of funding bodies...
This paper examines the relationship between self-esteem and stress, coping and burnout in mental health nurses (n=568). Self-esteem is said to be one of the most important moderating variables in determining the effects of stress on individuals. The modified Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale was...
Unlike most approaches to research, grounded theory requires that literature is not reviewed before commencing a research study because to do so could lead the researcher into making misconceived assumptions about what issues warrant further investigation. Using the initial stages of a study...
This paper draws on the authors' experience in developing policy on nursing informatics, nursing languages, and research management. It considers the UK approach to nursing terminology, language development and classification, and discusses the merits and demerits of developing systematic and...
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