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Dec-2013Reframing spaces by building relationships: community collaborative participatory action research with Aboriginal mothers in prison.Sherwood, J; Kendall, S
1-Dec-2002Organizational and structural reform in aged care organizations: Empowerment towards a change processChenoweth, L; Kilstoff, K
1-Jan-2002Qualifications and experience: how well prepared are nurse managers compared to health service executives?Duffield, C; Franks, H
1-Jun-2010Changing model of nursing care from individual patient allocation to team nursing in the acute inpatient environmentFairbrother, G; Jones, A; Rivas, K
1-Jan-2008Using the consensus development conference method in healthcare research.Halcomb, E; Davidson, P; Hardaker, L
5-Jul-2018Participatory action research to identify a package of interventions to promote postpartum family planning in Burkina Faso and the Democratic Republic of CongoTran, NT; Yameogo, WME; Langwana, F; Gaffield, ME; Seuc, A; Cuzin-Kihl, A; Kouanda, S; Mashinda, D; Thieba, B; Yodi, R; Nyandwe Kyloka, J; Millogo, T; Coulibaly, A; Bolangala, B; Zan, S; Kini, B; Ouedraogo, B; Puludisi, F; Landoulsi, S; Kiarie, J; Reier, S
1-Jan-2013Time for a prospective study to evaluate the Amber Care BundleCurrow, DC; Higginson, I
1-Oct-2018Birth spacing and informed family planning choices after childbirth in Burkina Faso and the Democratic Republic of Congo: Participatory action research to design and evaluate a decision-making tool for providers and their clientsTran, NT; Yameogo, WMM; Langwana, F; Kouanda, S; Thieba, B; Mashinda, D; Yodi, R; Nyandwe Kyloka, J; Millogo, T; Coulibaly, A; Zan, S; Kini, B; Ouedraogo, B; Puludisi, F; Cuzin-kihl, A; Reier, S; Kiarie, J; Gaffield, ME
1-Aug-2012We need champions, passionate championsCurrow, DC
Oct-2001Nurses' beliefs about the conditions that hinder or support evidence-based nursing.Nagy, S; Lumby, J; McKinley, S; Macfarlane, C
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