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Studies in Learning, Evaluation, Innovation and Development:  
Vol. 5, No. 2 (July, 2008)
Women in Research: Contemporary Issues in research (B)
editorial
Women in Research: Contemporary issues in research (Part B) Kylie Radel and Angela Dobele PDF
pp i-ii
refereed articles
Research and Nurses – Engaging the clinical based nurse in research activities Sandra Walker PDF
pp 1-7
Art Nurses – Making an impact Judith Applegarth, Trudy Dwyer and Lorna Moxham PDF
pp 8-14
Primary and Community Health Nurses’ perception of evidence needed to demonstrate that their clinical practice meets the ANMC competencies. Sandra Walker and Shirley Godfrey PDF
pp 15-24
The Relationship between the Theory of Planned Behaviour, Past Exercise Behaviour and Intention in Individuals Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes Cally Davies PDF
pp 25-32
‘Calling it quits’ – Dying with dementia Beres Joyner PDF
pp 33-45
Medication administration and final year nursing students Kerry Reid-Searl, Lorna Moxham and Sandra Walker PDF
pp 46-55
Resolving conflict in the application of principles guiding the withholding and withdrawal of life-sustaining measures Jennifer Butler PDF
pp 56-69
Romancing the stone, from Cinderella to Waltzing Matilda:A Documentary Project exploring the Opal and Sapphire Industries along The Tropic of Capricorn Elizabeth Huf and Jeni Richardson PDF
pp 70-77
Arresting Drama: The Television Police Genre Margaret Rogers PDF
pp 78-84
The Strategic Management of Research: Using Academic's Views of Research as a Tool to Increase Research Productivity Sharon Kemp PDF

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