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  1. Health-related Serious Games on the Rehabilitation for Patients with COPD: Systematic Review Protocol
  2. Instrument development and psychometric testing in nursing education research
  3. Evaluating a brief intervention for mealtime difficulty on older adults with dementia
  4. Does nursing have a contribution to make to the silver economy?
  5. Early career researchers: Will they perish before they publish?
  6. Nurses', midwives' and students' knowledge, attitudes and practices related to domestic violence: A cross‐sectional survey
  7. Is the PhD well for nursing faculty running dry?
  8. Validity and reliability of the Turkish version of Stressors in Nursing Students Scale
  9. The WeanCare nutritional intervention in institutionalized dysphagic older people and its impact on nursing workload and costs: A quasi‐experimental study
  10. Clarivate listed nursing journals in 2020: what they publish and how they measure use of social media
  11. An international e-Delphi study to identify core competencies for Italian cardiac nurses
  12. A change of Editor in Chief: Reflections and looking ahead
  13. Seeing the forest for the trees: How to interpret a meta‐analysis forest plot
  14. JAN : Advancing the science and practice of nursing
  15. Using risk and odds ratios to assess effect size for meta‐analysis outcome measures
  16. Nurses’ perceptions of caring activities in nursing
  17. Fidelity challenges while implementing an intervention aimed at increasing eating performance among nursing home residents with cognitive decline: A multicentre, qualitative descriptive study design
  18. Risk Communication is Important for Environmental Engineering during COVID-19
  19. Spousal Violence: A Mokken Scaling Analysis of Attitudes of South Asian Men and Women
  20. Writing for Wikipedia
  21. Will evidence‐based medicine be another casualty of COVID‐19?
  22. “Masking the evidence”: Perspectives of the COVID‐19 pandemic
  23. Predicting needlestick and sharps injuries in nursing students: Development of the SNNIP scale
  24. The COVID‐19 epidemic of manuscripts
  25. Chi‐square for model fit in confirmatory factor analysis
  26. Exploratory factor analysis and principal component analysis in clinical studies: Which one should you use?
  27. Getting more men into nursing: an urgent priority (too little, too late)
  28. Being honest with causal language in writing for publication
  29. Approaches used to enhance transition and retention for newly qualified nurses (NQNs): a rapid evidence assessment
  30. R you ready? Using the R programme for statistical analysis and graphics
  31. Emerging nursing scholars guide to peer reviewing an academic manuscript
  32. Comparing questionnaires across cultures: Using Mokken scaling to compare the Italian and English versions of the MOLES index
  33. Nursing’s future? Eat young. Spit out. Repeat. Endlessly
  34. Push and pull factors of nurses' intention to leave
  35. So, what's in a title? The paradox of nursing professors!
  36. The contribution of nursing doctoral schools to the development of evidence 10 years after their establishment in Italy: An exploratory descriptive survey of former and current doctoral students’ publications
  37. Predatory journals and the pollution of academic publishing
  38. Self-feeding dependence incidence and predictors among nursing home residents: Findings from a 5 year retrospective regional study
  39. Nursing schools: Dumbing down or reaching up?
  40. Mealtime difficulty in older people with dementia
  41. Migrants’ Healthcare Experience: A Meta-Ethnography Review of the Literature
  42. So, you want to start a new nursing journal? Stop, read this first
  43. Time for a discussion about discussion articles
  44. A Japanese version of the stressors in nursing students (SINS) scale
  45. Factor analysis and Mokken scaling of the Organizational Commitment Questionnaire in nurses
  46. Facilitating a dedicated focus on the human dimensions of care in practice settings: Development of a new humanised care assessment tool (HCAT) to sensitise care
  47. What are the minimal sample size requirements for Mokken scaling? An empirical example with the Warwick- Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale
  48. Brenda Roe and Rita Pickler
  49. RN4CAST@IT-Ped: Nurse staffing and children's safety
  50. Incorporating nursing complexity in reimbursement coding systems: the potential impact on missed care
  51. Studying the old masters of nursing: A critical student experience for developing nursing identity
  52. Stressors affecting nursing students in Pakistan
  53. Vaccination timeliness in preterm infants: An integrative review of the literature
  54. Identifying longitudinal sustainable hierarchies in activities of daily living
  55. Values, virtues and initiatives-time for a conversation
  56. Doctoral snobbery: Justified, or just elitism?
  57. Which interval is most crucial to presentation and survival in gastroesophageal cancer: A systematic review
  58. The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale: A Longitudinal Study in Nursing Home Residents
  59. Does education in Italy produce nurses fit for future healthcare needs?
  60. Career development tips for today's nursing academic: bibliometrics, altmetrics and social media
  61. Functional Decline in Residents Living in Nursing Homes: A Systematic Review of the Literature
  62. The effect of Nurse GraduaTeness on patient mortality: a cross-sectional survey (the NuGaT study)
  63. The general results of the RN4CAST survey in Italy
  64. Essentials of building a career in nursing research
  65. JAN Classic article: Midwife or obstetric nurse? Some perceptions of midwives and obstetricians on the role of the midwife
  66. Patient safety competencies in undergraduate nursing students: a rapid evidence assessment
  67. An exploration of the structure of mentors' behavior in nursing education using exploratory factor analysis and Mokken scale analysis
  68. A review of mentorship measurement tools
  69. Ethical dimensions of paediatric nursing: A rapid evidence assessment
  70. Peer review and the publication process
  71. Corrigendum to “A 35-item version of the caring dimensions inventory (CDI-35): multivariate analysis and application to a longitudinal study involving student nurses” [Int. J. Nurs. Stud. 38 (5) (2001) 511–521]
  72. Representation of age and ageing identities in popular music texts
  73. Competence-sensitive outcomes
  74. h-indices: an update on the performance of professors in nursing in the UK
  75. JAN40 years on
  76. Looking back on 2 years of Nursing Open : looking forward
  77. Preliminary testing using Mokken scaling of an Italian translation of the Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia (EdFED-I) scale
  78. Emotional Intelligence and Nurse Recruitment: Rasch and confirmatory factor analysis of the trait emotional intelligence questionnaire short form
  79. RN4CAST@IT: why is it important for Italy to take part in the RN4CAST project?
  80. What's different about Nursing Open?
  81. Quantitative research
  82. An integrative review of the literature on the teaching of the history of nursing in pre-registration adult nursing education in the UK
  83. Investigating the structure of the autism-spectrum quotient using Mokken scaling.
  84. How many papers can be published from one study?
  85. Authors and readers beware the dark side of Open Access
  86. JANand the publishing landscape
  87. Assessment and diagnosis of acute limb compartment syndrome: A literature review
  88. Violations of local stochastic independence exaggerate scalability in Mokken scaling analysis of the Chinese Mandarin SF-36
  89. Jordanian intensive care nurses' perspectives on evidence-based practice in nutritional care
  90. JAN ForumbecomesJAN interactive
  91. Correction: The Attitudes to Ageing Questionnaire: Mokken Scaling Analysis
  92. Investigating invariant item ordering in the Mental Health Inventory: An illustration of the use of different methods
  93. The Attitudes to Ageing Questionnaire: Mokken Scaling Analysis
  94. Nurse staffing and education in Europe: if not now, when?
  95. Instrument development and validation of a quality scale for historical research papers (QSHRP): a pilot study
  96. Editorial Board
  97. Writing locally, publishing globally: making papers ‘international’
  98. Jordanian nurses' knowledge and responsibility for enteral nutrition in the critically ill
  99. Who writes, whose rights, and who's right? Issues in authorship
  100. What gets highly cited inJAN? Can editors pick which articles will contribute to a journal's impact factor?
  101. Mokken scaling of the Chinese version of the Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Survey
  102. The LPZ project
  103. Professing nursing or not: What's in a title?
  104. A citation analysis of nurse education journals using various bibliometric indicators
  105. Preparing nurses to work in primary care: educators’ perspectives
  106. Introduction: The Book, Its Philosophy and Its Focus
  107. The Basics of Writing for Publication and the Steps to Success: Getting Started
  108. The Editorial Process
  109. Where Do We Go from Here? Action Planning for Writing and Publishing
  110. Writing for Publication: The Journal Article
  111. The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia scale (EdFED): cross-cultural validation of the simplified Chinese version in mainland China
  112. The structure of stress: Confirmatory factor analysis of a Chinese version of the stressors in Nursing Students Scale (SINS)
  113. The effectiveness of nutritional intervention(s) and the treatment of pressure ulcers- A systematic literature review
  114. Does cognitive ability influence responses to the Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale?
  115. The ‘good’ apprentice—Revisiting Irish nursing's coming of age
  116. Psychometric Testing of an Instrument Measuring Core Competencies of Nursing Students
  117. The role of clinical trial nurses: An Australian perspective
  118. Legitimacy in legacy: a discussion paper of historical scholarship published in theJournal of Advanced Nursing, 1976-2011
  119. A response to Gary Rolfe’s ‘Cardinal John Henry Newman’ and ‘the ideal state and purpose of a university’
  120. Dignity in care in the clinical setting
  121. Quality doctoral programmes: views from the East Asian Forum of Nursing Scholars
  122. Writing for Publication in Nursing and Healthcare
  123. Mokken scaling of the Caring Dimensions Inventory (CDI‐25)
  124. Open access and online publishing: a new frontier in nursing?
  125. Care to be a nurse? Reflections on a radio broadcast and its ramifications for nursing today
  126. A hierarchy of distress and invariant item ordering in the General Health Questionnaire-12
  127. Editorial: NHS Research Ethics Committees: for whose protection?
  128. Editor’s Choice
  129. Response to Sasso L (2011) Commentary on Thompson DR & Watson R (2010) Guest editorial: h-indexes and the performance of nursing professors of nursing in the UK. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 2957-2958. Journal of Clinical Nursing 20, 2685-2686
  130. Peer review under the spotlight in the UK
  131. Mokken scaling analysis of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in individuals with cardiovascular disease
  132. Editorial: Location, location, location - the position of authors in scholarly publishing
  133. Editorial
  134. Construct validation of the Nurse Cultural Competence Scale: a hierarchy of abilities
  135. The Chinese version of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS): Mokken scaling
  136. The Chinese version of the cardiac depression scale: Mokken scaling
  137. Cardiac Depression Scale: Mokken scaling in heart failure patients
  138. Editor’s Note
  139. Editorial: Citation analysis - focus on leading Australian nurse authors
  140. Editorial
  141. The image of you: constructing nursing identities in YouTube
  142. A review of clinical competence assessment in nursing
  143. Using a Montessori method to increase eating ability for institutionalised residents with dementia: a crossover design
  144. To what extent are the Christian clergy acting as frontline mental health workers? A study from the North of England
  145. Are English novice nurses prepared to work in primary care setting?
  146. Item response theory: How Mokken scaling can be used in clinical practice
  147. A group music intervention using percussion instruments with familiar music to reduce anxiety and agitation of institutionalized older adults with dementia
  148. A comprehensive study of psychometric properties of the Edmonton Symptom Assessment System (ESAS) in Spanish advanced cancer patients
  149. Comment on Gow, A.J., Watson, R., Whiteman, M. & Deary, I.J. (2011). A Stairway to Heaven? Structure of the Religious Involvement Inventory and Spiritual Well-Being Scale. Journal of Religion & Health doi: 10.1007/s10943-010-9375-2
  150. Editorial: Nursing education in the United Kingdom - clocks forward or clocks backward?
  151. Nursing research capacity building in a Spanish hospital: an intervention study
  152. State of the science: Alleviating mealtime difficulties in nursing home residents with dementia
  153. The case for graduate entry to the United Kingdom nursing register
  154. The Stressors in Students (SIS) scale: development, reliability, and validity
  155. The Chinese version of the Outcome Expectations for Exercise scale: Validation study
  156. It's not cricket: The Ashes of nursing education
  157. Commentary on Stevenson K, Ryan S & Masterton A (2011) Nurse and allied health professional consultants: perceptions and experience of the role. Journal of Clinical Nursing 20, 537-544
  158. A survey of the reasons patients do not chose percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy/jejunostomy (PEG/PEJ) as a route for long-term feeding
  159. Editorial: Nutrition and older people with dementia
  160. Commentary on Oermann MH, Shaw-Kokot J, Knafl GJ & Dowell J (2010) Dissemination of research into clinical nursing literature. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 3435-3442
  161. Mokken scaling analyses of the Personal Disturbance Scale (DSSI/sAD) in large clinical and non-clinical samples
  162. Caring for patients with brain tumor: The patient and care giver perspectives
  163. Commentary on Aselage MB (2010) Measuring mealtime difficulties: eating, feeding and meal behaviours in older adults with dementia. Journal of Clinical Nursing 19, 621-631
  164. Continuing professorial development
  165. Editorial: How many roads? Building and sustaining collaborative relationships in an increasingly global environment
  166. Corrigendum
  167. Mokken scaling of the Myocardial Infarction Dimensional Assessment Scale (MIDAS)
  168. Guest Editorial: h-indices and the performance of professors of nursing in the UK
  169. How to be a professor: What Taylor et al. didn’t tell you!
  170. A Stairway to Heaven? Structure of the Religious Involvement Inventory and Spiritual Well-Being Scale
  171. The effect of crossing legs on blood pressure in hypertensive patients
  172. Guest Editorial: Intercontinental nursing
  173. Editorial: Generalism vs. specificism: what direction for early research careers?
  174. A hierarchy of happiness? Mokken scaling analysis of the Oxford Happiness Inventory
  175. The effect of clothes on sphygmomanometric blood pressure measurement in hypertensive patients
  176. The stress in nursing students scale (SINS): principal components analysis of longitudinal data from Hong Kong
  177. Reply to: A comment on and : How to investigate whether personality items form a hierarchical scale?
  178. Early findings from an evaluation of a post-registration staff development programme: The Flying Start NHS initiative in Scotland, UK
  179. Commentary on Henderson A, Twentyman M, Eaton E, Creedy D, Stapleton P & Lloyd B (2010) Creating supportive clinical learning environments: an intervention study.Journal of Clinical Nursing19, 177–182
  180. Fitness for practice in nursing and midwifery education in Scotland, United Kingdom
  181. Using spaced retrieval and Montessori-based activities in improving eating ability for residents with dementia
  182. Nurses’ perception of the use of computerised information systems in practice: questionnaire development
  183. From dysphonia to dysphoria: Mokken scaling shows a strong, reliable hierarchy of voice symptoms in the Voice Symptom Scale questionnaire
  184. Evaluation of the psychometric properties and the clinical feasibility of a Chinese version of the Doloplus-2 scale among cognitively impaired older people with communication difficulty
  185. Design and validation of an instrument to measure nursing research culture: the Nursing Research Questionnaire (NRQ)
  186. A Revised Activities of Daily Living/Instrumental Activities of Daily Living Instrument Increases Interpretive Power: Theoretical Application for Functional Tasks Exercise
  187. Validating nurses’ and nursing assistants’ report of assessing pain in older people with dementia
  188. What is associated with low food intake in older people with dementia?
  189. Delivering authentic experiences for engineering students and professionals through e-labs
  190. Editorial: What’s in a title?
  191. Reliability and validity in a nutshell
  192. A quantitative analysis of the impact of a computerised information system on nurses’ clinical practice using a realistic evaluation framework
  193. Editorial: Nursing for dummies or dummies for nursing?
  194. Editorial: Nursing innovations - Pro-Time Watches
  196. Editorial: Nursing education: developments in the UK
  197. Editorial: Rating research performance
  198. Commentary on Levett-Jones T & Lathlean J (2009) The Ascent to Competence conceptual framework: an outcome of a study of belongingness.Journal of Clinical Nursing18, 2870-2879
  199. Editorial: Nurses and publications - the impact of the impact factor
  200. Editorial: Nursing innovations: the Joey
  201. Editorial: Lies, damned lies and CVs
  202. “A wealth of knowledge”: A survey of the employment experiences of older nurses and midwives in the NHS
  203. Editorial: Lead us not
  204. Editorial:JCNcontinues to ‘go global’
  205. Editorial: The war on old age - should nursing declare neutrality?
  206. What is the relationship between nurses’ attitude to evidence based practice and the selection of wound care procedures?
  207. Commentary on Meyer G, Köpke S, Haasert B & Mühlhauser I (2009) Restraint use among nursing home residents: cross-sectional study and prospective cohort.Journal of Clinical Nursing18, 981-990 and Saarnio R, Isola A & Laukkala H (2009) The use of physic...
  208. Commentary on da Silva VM, de Oliviera Lopes MV, de Araujo TL, Ciol MA, de Carvahlo EC (2009) Clinical indicators of ineffective airway clearance in children with congenital heart disease. Journal of Clinical Nursing 18, 729-736
  209. Editorial: Looking back on SARS
  210. Commentary on Ndosi ME & Newell R (2009) Nurses’ knowledge of pharmacology behind drugs they commonly administer.Journal of Clinical Nursing18, 570-580
  211. Commentary on McCance T, Slater P & McCormack B (2009) Using the caring dimensions inventory as an indicator of person-centred nursing.Journal of Clinical Nursing, 18, 409-417
  212. Mokken scaling and principal components analyses of the CORE-OM in a large clinical sample
  213. A longitudinal study of stress and psychological distress in nurses and nursing students
  214. Single ability among activities of daily living as a predictor of agitation
  215. Older people and inflammatory bowel disease: a systematic review
  216. Commentary on Chang C-C & Roberts BL (2008) Feeding difficulty in older adults with dementia.Journal of Clinical Nursing17, 2266-2274
  217. Editorial: Reviewing forJCN
  218. The ethical basis of teaching spirituality and spiritual care: A survey of student nurses perceptions
  219. A study of stress and burnout in nursing students in Hong Kong: A questionnaire survey
  220. A review of curriculum evaluation in United Kingdom nursing education
  221. Reliability of nurse assessment of malnutrition risk in hospital patients
  222. A hierarchy of items within Eysenck’s EPI
  223. Calculating the costs of work-based training: The case of NHS Cadet Schemes
  224. Editorial: Should we be complimentary about complementary therapies?
  225. Commentary on Loughrey M (2008) Just how male are male nurses..?Journal of Clinical Nursing17, 1327-1334
  226. Editorial:JCNabstracts now available in Chinese
  227. Practice development: What is it and why should we be doing it?
  228. Editorial: Whose paper is it anyway?
  229. An evaluation of fitness for practice curricula: self-efficacy, support and self-reported competence in preregistration student nurses and midwives
  230. Editorial: Stem cell therapy: how should nurses respond?
  231. Commentary on Gardner A, Hase S, Gardner G, Dunn SV & Carryer J (2008) From competence to capability: a study of nurse practitioners in clinical practice. Journal of Clinical Nursing 17, 250–258
  232. Commentary on Long T, Fallon, D (2007) Ethics approval, guarantees of quality and the meddlesome editor.Journal of Clinical Nursing16, 1398-1404
  233. Commentary on Oermann MH et al. (2008) Dissemination of research in clinical nursing journals. Journal of Clinical Nursing 17, 149–156
  234. Commentary on Mamhidir A-G, Karlsson I, Norberg A, Kihlgren M (2007) Weight increase in patients with dementia, and alteration in meal routines and meal environment after integrity promoting care. Journal of Clinical Nursing 16, 987–996
  235. Feedback
  236. Editorial: Thanks to Karen Rose
  237. Normal Physiological Ageing
  238. Editorial: Professors as leaders
  239. Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia (EdFED) scale: cross-cultural validation of the Chinese version
  240. Response to Rolfe G (2007), Nursing scholarship and the asymmetrical professor [Nurse Education in Practice, 7, 123–127]
  241. Review: evaluating information systems in nursing
  242. Editorial: Will there ever be a Nobel Prize in nursing?
  243. Research into ageing and older people
  244. A hierarchy of distress: Mokken scaling of the GHQ-30
  245. Measuring competence, self-reported competence and self-efficacy in pre-registration students
  246. Editorial: Renal studies in JCN
  247. Editorial: JCN - Developments in 2008
  248. Editorial: JCN - Developments in 2008
  249. Employment experiences of older nurses and midwives in the NHS
  250. Health care assistants-An oxymoron?
  251. Are personality trait items reliably more or less ‘difficult’? Mokken scaling of the NEO-FFI
  252. Editorial: Intervention studies in JCN
  253. Editorial: Prison health care
  254. What does the Cooksey report hold for nursing research in the UK?
  255. Nursing and midwifery: Time for an amicable divorce?
  256. Editorial: Nazis, rats and whales in the aquarium: the experience of delirium
  257. Editorial: Pilot studies: to publish or not?
  258. Are all doctorates equal or are some “more equal than others”? An examination of which ones should be offered by schools of nursing
  259. Commentary on ) Student nurses? knowledge, skills and attitudes towards the use of portfolios in a school of nursing. Journal of Clinical Nursing15, 1509?1520
  260. The demise of nursing in the United Kingdom: a warning for medicine
  261. Editorial: What makes a JCN paper international?
  262. Is there a role for higher education in preparing nurses?
  263. Is there a role for higher education in preparing nurses?
  264. Editorial: The evidence for evidence-based practice
  265. ERRATUM
  266. Editorial: Mealtimes in hospital: when will we ever learn?
  267. Editorial: The use of clinical vignettes to study nursing
  268. Use of factor analysis in Journal of Advanced Nursing: literature review
  269. Commentary on Salamonson Y. and Andrew S. (2006) Academic performance in nursing students: influence of part-time employment, age and ethnicity. Journal of Advanced Nursing 55(3), 342-351
  270. Editorial: Self-medication: whatever next?
  271. Professors of nursing: What do they profess?
  272. Editorial: The placebo effect
  273. Nutritional screening and assessment tools for older adults: literature review
  274. Editorial: UK research assessment exercise
  275. Feeding and dementia: a systematic literature review
  276. Book reviews
  277. Editorial: Should studies without ethical permission be published inJCN?
  278. Primary emotions in patients after myocardial infarction
  279. The good old days of nurse training: Rose-tinted or jaundiced view?
  280. Commentary on Watson B, Clarke C, Swallow V and Forster S (2005) Exploratory factor analysis of the research and development culture index among qualified nurses.Journal of Clinical Nursing14, 1042-1047
  281. Editorial: Methodological variety of papers published inJCN
  282. Editorial: How clinical is JCN?
  283. Editorial: Looking back onJCN2005
  284. Editorial: The state of nursing in the United Kingdom
  285. Commentary on Clinton M, Murrells T and Robinson S (2005) Assessing competency in nursing: a comparison of nurses prepared through degree and diploma programmes.Journal of Clinical Nursing14, 82-94
  286. Employment transitions for older nurses: a qualitative study
  287. Editorial: Improving research career opportunities for clinical nurses in the UK
  288. Gastrointestinal Nursing
  289. Improving research supervision in nursing
  290. All bathwater and no baby: revisiting a national curriculum and state examination for nursing?
  291. Editorial: The global shortage of registered nurses
  292. Nutritional screening and assessment tools for use by nurses: literature review
  293. Editorial: Scientific aspects of ageing
  294. Validating a self-medication risk assessment instrument
  295. Nurses’ decision-making in clinical practice
  296. NHS cadet schemes: do they widen access to professional healthcare education?
  297. Quality assurance in UK nursing education: public protection in the era of streamlined assessment
  298. Editorial note
  299. Editorial:JCN2005
  300. Editorial: lntermultidisciplinarity... a new concept for nursing research
  301. Age, gender and nurse education for practice
  302. Bethel Ann Powers, Nursing Home Ethics: Everyday Issues Affecting Residents with Dementia, Springer Publishing Company, 2003, 215 pp., pbk $35.95, ISBN 0 8261 1964 6.
  303. Older community nurses: perspectives and prospects
  304. Involving older people in intermediate care
  305. NHS cadet schemes: student experience, commitment, job satisfaction and job stress
  306. The impact of care on carers of patients treated for aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage
  307. JAN FORUM Your responses and letters
  308. Editorial: JCN 2004
  309. The trojan horse of nurse education
  310. Prison health care: a review of the literature
  311. Volunteers in Intermediate Care: Flexible Friends?
  312. Editorial
  313. In my experience
  314. Intrarater reliability of the Caring Dimensions Inventory and Nursing Dimensions Inventory
  315. The internal consistency and intra-rater reliability of an assessment practice grid for community nurses
  316. Intermediate care: The potential for partnership
  317. Editorial
  318. A longitudinal cohort study of burnout and attrition in nursing students
  319. Irish nursing comes of age
  320. Advanced nursing practice: what is it?
  321. Will Modern Matrons carry on regardless?
  322. Perceptions of nursing: a study involving nurses, nursing students, patients and non-nursing students
  323. Differences and similarities in the perception of caring between Spanish and UK nurses
  324. Editorial
  325. Cadets and nursing students: same destination - different route
  326. Spirituality in nursing care: evidence of a gap between theory and practice
  327. Editorial
  328. Clinical competence assessment in nursing: a systematic review of the literature
  329. Clinical competence: Starship Enterprise or straitjacket?
  330. Clinical competence: Starship Enterprise or straitjacket?
  331. Inflammatory bowel disease: developing a short disease specific scale to measure health related quality of life
  332. Assessing clinical competence in student nurses
  333. Elisions in the field of caring
  334. Assessing practice of student nurses: methods, preparation of assessors and student views
  335. Editorial
  336. Faking an argument: prejudice-based views and the illusion of scholarship
  337. Impact of a nurse-led counselling service on quality of life in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
  339. The validity and reliability of methods to assess the competence to practise of pre-registration nursing and midwifery students
  340. Working with Family Carers of People with Dementia
  341. Assessing competence to practise in nursing: a review of the literature
  342. The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale #2 (EdFED #2): inter- and intra-rater reliability
  343. A 35-item version of the caring dimensions inventory (CDI-35): multivariate analysis and application to a longitudinal study involving student nurses
  344. Academic nursing - what is happening to it and where is it going?
  345. Putting portfolios in their place
  346. The Edinburgh Feeding Evaluation in Dementia Scale #2 (EdFED #2): convergent and discriminant validity
  348. A longitudinal study into the perceptions of caring among student nurses using multivariate analysis of the Caring Dimensions Inventory
  349. Review
  350. Book Reviews
  351. Editorial
  352. A longitudinal study into the perceptions of caring and nursing among student nurses
  353. Publishing the results of factor analysis: interpretation and presentation
  354. Caring in nursing: a multivariate analysis
  355. Undernutrition, weight loss and feeding difficulty in elderly patients with dementia: a nursing perspective
  357. A longitudinal study of feeding difficulty and nursing intervention in elderly patients with dementia
  358. The caring dimensions inventory (CDI): content validity, reliability and scaling
  359. The Mokken scaling procedure (MSP) applied to the measurement of feeding difficulty in elderly people with dementia
  360. Measuring Disease
  361. Practical Ethical Issues Related To the Care of Elderly People With Dementia
  362. Nutrition Standards and the Older Adult
  363. Measuring feeding difficulty in patients with dementia: multivariate analysis of feeding problems, nursing intervention and indicators of feeding difficulty
  364. Comparing one aspect of the care of elderly patients with dementia in psychogeriatric and continuing care settings
  365. Measuring feeding difficulty in patients with dementia: replication and validation of the EdFED Scale #1
  366. Measurement of feeding difficulty in patients with dementia
  367. Measuring feeding difficulty in patients with dementia: developing a scale
  368. Measuring feeding difficulty in patients with dementia: perspectives and problems
  369. Is elderly care research-based?
  370. Pustular vasculitis complicating BCG vaccination
  371. The influence of component parts on the performance of urinary sheath systems
  372. A nursing trial of urinary sheath systems on male hospitalized patients
  373. Embryo research
  374. The Stomach
  375. The Small Intestine
  376. The Pancreas
  377. The Oesophagus
  378. The Liver
  379. The Large Intestine
  380. The Biliary System
  381. Pharmacology in Gastroenterology
  382. Introduction
  383. Gastrointestinal Emergencies
  384. Introduction
  385. Accountability in Nursing Research