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  • Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2007) Transitional programs. In E. Chang & J. Daly (Eds.). Transition in Nursing: Preparing for professional practice, 2nd ed NSW, Australia: Elsevier Australia.,
  • Cooke, H.F. (2007) Scapegoating and the unpopular nurse Nurse Education Today, 27, 177-184
  • Cowin, L., & Duchscher, J.E.B. (2007) Transitional Programs. In Chang, E. and Daly, J. in Nursing: Preparing for Professional Practice (2nd ed). In Press. Sydney, AU: MacLennan & Petty.,
  • Creswell, J.W. (2007) Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five traditions (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Creswell, J.W., Hanson, W.E., Clark V.L.P., & Morales, A. (2007) Qualitative research designs: Selection and implementation. The Counseling Psychologist, 35(2), 236-264
  • Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2006) The new graduates' professional inheritance Nursing Outlook, 54(3), 152-158
  • Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2006) The experience of marginalization in new nursing graduates Nursing Outlook, 52(6), 289-296
  • Canadian Health Services Research Foundation [CHSRF] (2006) Staffing for safety: A synthesis of the evidence on nurse staffing and patient safety Ottawa: Author,
  • Cho, J., Laschinger, H.K.S., & Wong, C. (2006) Workplace empowerment, work engagement and organizational commitment of new graduate nurses Nursing Leadership, 19(3), 43-60
  • Coomber, B., & Barriball, K.L. (2006) Impact of job satisfaction components on intent to leave and turnover for hospital-based nurses: A review of the research literature International Journal of Nursing Studies, 44, 297-314
  • Cantrell, M.A., & Browne, A.M. (2005) The impact of a nurse externship program on the transition process from graduate to registered nurse Journal of Nurses in Staff Development, 21(6), 249-256
  • Chase, S. (2005) Narrative inquiry: Multiple lenses, approaches, voices. In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln The Sage handbook of qualitative research (3rd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage., 651-680
  • Cowin, L. , Duchscher, J.E.B. (2004) Multigenerational Nurses in the Workplace Journal of Nursing Administration, 34 (11), 1-9
  • Casey, K., Fink, R., Krugman, M. & Propst, J. (2004) The graduate nurse experience Journal of Nursing Administration 34(6), 303-311
  • Chadwick, C., Hunter, L.W., & Walston, S.L. (2004) Effects of downsizing practices on the performance of hospitals Strategic Management Journal, 25, 405-427
  • Charmaz, K. (2004) Premises, principles, and practices in qualitative research: Revisiting the foundations Qualitative Health Research, 14(7), 976-993
  • Clark, C.L. (2004) The professional socialization of graduating students in generic and two-plus-two baccalaureate completion nursing programs Journal of Nursing Education, 43(8), 346-351
  • Caelli, K., Ray, L., & Mill, J. (2003) Clear as mud’: Toward greater clarity in generic qualitative research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 2(2). Article 1. Retrieved June 27, 2007 from http://www.ualberta.ca/`iiqm/backissues/pdf/caellietal.pdf,
  • Callaghan, M. (2003) Nursing morale: What is it like and why? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42(1), 82-89
  • Canadian Institute for Health Information [CIHI] (O-Brien-Pallas, L., Principal Investigator) (2003) Bringing the future in to focus: Projecting RN retirement in Canada Ottawa, ON: Author,
  • Chang, E., & Hancock, K. (2003) Role stress and role ambiguity in new nursing graduates in Australia Nursing and Health Sciences, 5, 155-163
  • Cheek, J. & Jones, J. (2003) What nurses say they do and need: Implications for the educational preparation of nurses Nurse Education Today, 23, 40-50
  • Chiha, Y., & Link, C. (2003) The shortage of registered nurses and some new estimates of the effects of wages on registered nurses labour spply: A look at the past and a preview of the 21st century Health Policy, 64, 349-375
  • Chiovitti, R.F. (2003) Eight methods of research practice for enhancing standards of rigour Journal of Advanced Nursing, 44(4), 427-435
  • Clare, J. & van Loon, A. (2003) Best practice principles for the transition from student to registered nurse Collegian. 10(4), 25-31
  • Clarke, S.P., & Aiken, L.H. (2003) Failure to rescue: Needless deaths are prime examples of the need for more nurses at the bedside American Journal of Nursing, 103(1), 42-47
  • Cowin, L. S. & Jacobsson, D. K. (2003) Addressing Australia’s Nursing Shortage: Is the Gap Widening between Workforce Recommendations and the Workplace? Collegian, 10(4), 20-24
  • Cowin, L. S. & Jacobsson, D. K. (2003) The nursing shortage: Part way down the slippery slope Collegian, 10(3), 31-35
  • Canadian Labour and Business Centre [CLBC] (Wortsman, A., & Lockhead, C., Principal Investigators) (2002) Full time equivalents and financial costs associated with absenteeism, overtime, and involuntary part-time employment in the nursing profession. Report commissioned for the Canadian Nursing Advisory Committee Ottawa, ON: Health Canada,
  • Canadian National Advisory Committee [CNAC] (2002) Our health, our future: Creating quality workplaces for Canadian nurses Ottawa, ON: Advisory Committee on Health Human Resources, Health Canada.,
  • Canadian Nurses Association (2002) Ethical guidelines for Registered Nurses Ottawa, ON: Author,
  • Chatzky, J. (2002) Gen Xers aren’t slackers after all Time, 159(14), 87
  • Coffman, J.M., Seago, J.A., & Spetz, J. (2002) Minimum nurse-to-patient ratios in acute care hospitals in California Health Affairs, 21(5), 53
  • Commonwealth of Australia [COA] (Heath, P., Principal Investigator). (2002) National review of nursing education 2002: Our duty of care Canberra ACT: Legislative Services, AusInfo,
  • Cordeniz, J.A. (2002) Recruitment, retention, and management of generation X: A focus on nursing professionals Journal of Healthcare Management, 47(4), 237-249
  • Cowin, L. (2002) The effects of nurses’ job satisfaction on retention Journal of Nursing Adminstration, 32(5), 283-291
  • Cowin, L., & Jacobsson, D. (2002) A growing healthcare crisis: The causes of the nursing shortage Collegian Submitted July 2002,
  • Craven, C. (2002) The Graduate Nurse Orientation Success in Speciality (GNOSIS) pays off Nursing Management, 33(8), 15
  • Canadian Institute for Health Information [CIHI] (O-Brien-Pallas, L., Principal Investigator). (2001) Supply and distribution of registered nurses in Canada 2001 Ottawa, ON: Canadian Institute for Health Information.,
  • Christie, R. (2001) Will I learn the hard way about gaps in education? Nursing Times, 97(12), 21
  • Clark, A. (2001) What really matters in a job?Hedonic measurement using quit data Labour Economics, 8, 223-242
  • Conoboy, K (2001) Critical care internships Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, July 2,
  • Corselli, C. (2001) The first six months of practice: Strategies for success NSNA Imprint, 48(1), 51-53
  • Cowey, J., & Gardiner, M. (2001) Generation Y – the new soldiers in the war for talent Future Trends Group,
  • Cowin, L. (2001) Measuring nurses’ self-concept Western Journal of Nursing Research, 23(3), 313-325
  • Cox, K.B. (2001) The effects of unit morale and interpersonal relations on conflict in the nursing unit Journal of Advanced Nursing, 35(1), 17-25
  • Crook, D.L. (2001) The importance of symbolic interaction in grounded theory research on women’s health Health Care for Women International, 22, 11-27
  • Current, J. (2001) The real world: Life after college Volta Voices, 8(3), 23-25
  • Canales, M.K. (2000) Understanding of difference Advances in Nursing Science, 22(4), 16-31
  • Carpenter, D., Shoffner, K., & Sarudi, D. (2000) Going….going…gone? Hospitals & Health Networks, 74(6), 32-42
  • Charmaz, K. (2000) Grounded theory: Objectivist and constructivist methods. In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln (Eds) Handbook of qualitative research (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 509-536
  • Colucciello, M.L. (2000) Socialization into nursing: A developmental approach. NursingConnections, 13(4), 51-61
  • Corlett, J. (2000) The perceptions of nurse teachers, student nurses and preceptors of the theory-practice gap in nurse education Nurse Education Today, 20, 499-505
  • Cutcliffe, J.R. (2000) Methodological issues in grounded theory Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(6), 1476-1484
  • Cambridge, MA: Blackwell (2000) Introduction: The discipline and practice of qualitative research In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln (Eds), Handbook of qualitative research (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1-30
  • Cambiano, R.L. (1999) Learning preferences of the age cohorts: Generation X, baby boomers, and the silent generation. Dissertation abstracts. Retrieved September 14, 2003. Available: http://wwwlib.umi.com/dissertations/preview_all/9932745. ,
  • Charnley, E. (1999) Occupational stress in the newly qualified staff nurse Nursing Standard, 13(29), 33-36
  • Corey-Lisle, P., Tarzian, A.J., Cohen, M.Z., Trinkoff, A.M. (1999) Healthcare reform: Its effects on nurses Journal of Nursing Administration, 29(3), 30-37
  • Corley, T. (1999) Becoming an employer of choice for generation X: The elements of the deal NACE Journal, 59(4), 21-26
  • Cody, W. (1998) Critical theory and nursing science: Freedom in theory and practice Nursing Science Quarterly, 11(2), 44-46
  • Creswell, J.W. (1998) Qualitative inquiry and research design: Choosing among five traditions Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Cumbey, D.A., & Alexander, J.W. (1998) The relationship of job satisfaction with organization variables in public health nursing Journal of Nursing Administration, 28(5), 39-46
  • Caroll, P. (1997) Using personality style to enhance preceptor programmes Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 11, 114-119
  • Caudron, S. (1997) Can generation Xers be trained? Training and Development, 51(3), 20-24
  • Cardona, S., & Bernreuter, M. (1996) Graduate nurse overhires: A cost analysis Journal of Nursing Administration, 26(3), 10-15
  • Castledine, G. (1996) Is preceptorship the answer to reality shock? nal of Nursing, 5, 641
  • Clare, J., Longson, D., Glover, S., & Hofmeyer, A. (1996) From university student to RN: The perennial enigma Contemporary Nurse, 5, 169-176
  • Conger, M. M., & Mezza, I. (1996) Fostering critical thinking in nursing students in the clinical setting. Nurse Educator, 21, 11-15
  • Carpenter-Rinaldi, D. (1995) Grounded theory research approach. In H.J. Streubert & D. Carpenter-Rinaldi, D. (Eds.)Philadelphia: J.B.Lippincott Company Qualitative research in nursing: Advancing the humanistic imperative , 145-161
  • Charmaz, K. (1995) Grounded theory. In J.A.Smith, R.Harre, L.Van Langenhove (Eds) Rethinking methods in psychology London, UK: Sage Publications, 27-49
  • Cummings, S.H. (1995) Attila the hun versus Attila the hen: Gender socialization of the American nurse Nursing Administration Quarterly, 19(2), 19-29
  • Cameron, S.J., Horsburgh, M.E., & Armstrong-Stassen, M. (1994) Job satisfaction, propensity to leave, and burnout in RNs and RNAs: A multivariate perspective. Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration, 7(3), 43-64
  • Cheek, J., & Rudge, T. (1994) Been there, done that? Consciousness raising, critical theory and nurses Contemporary Nurse, 3, 58-63
  • Coudret, N.A., Fuchs, P.L., Roberts, C.S., Suhrheinrich, J.A., & White, A.H. (1994) Role socialization of graduating student nurses: Impact of a nursing practicum on professional role conception Journal of Professional Nursing, 10(6), 342-346
  • Coudret, N.A., Fuchs, P.L., Roberts, C.S., Suhrheinrich, J.A., & White, A.H. (1994) Role socialization of graduating student nurses: Impact of a nursing practicum on professional role conception Journal of Professional Nursing, 10(6), 342-346.
  • Crowe, M. (1994) Problem-based learning: A mode for graduate transition in nursing Contemporary Nurse, 3, 105-109
  • Currie, L.J. (1994) New graduates’ values and the effect of a nurse transition program on neophyte staff nurses’ clinical competency, role adjustment, job satisfaction, length of stay, and turnover Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Virginia, Charlottesville,
  • Chally, P. S. (1993) Guest editorial: The curriculum revolution within the constraints of academia Nurse Educator, 18, 6-7
  • Cooney, A.T. (1992) An orientation program for NG nurses: The basis of staff development and retention Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 23(5), 216-219
  • Campbell, J.C., & Bunting, S. (1991) Voices and paradigms: Perspectives on critical and feminist theory in nursing. Advances in Nursing Science, 13(3), 1-15
  • Chinn, P. J., & Kramer, M. K. (1991) Theory and nursing: A systematic approach. (3rd ed.). St. Louis, Missouri: C. V. Mosby and Company ,
  • Christman, L (1991) Perspectives on role socialization of nurses Nursing Outlook, 39(5), 209-212
  • Coupland, D. (1991) Generation X: Tales for an accelerated culture New York: St. Martin’s Press,
  • Cox, H. (1991) Verbal abuse nationwide, Part I: Oppressed group behavior Nursing Management, 22(2), 32-35
  • Cavanaugh, S.J. (1990) Predictors of nursing staff turnovers Journal of Advanced Nursing, 15, 373-380
  • Charmaz, K. (1990) Discovering chronic illness: Using grounded theory Social Science Medicine, 30(11), 1162-1172
  • Coeling, H.V.E. (1990) Organizational culture: Helping NGs adjust Nurse Educator, 15(2), 26-30
  • Cooper, M.D. (1990) Mentorship: The key to the future of professionalism in nursing Journal of Perinatal Neonatal Nursing, 4(3), 71-77
  • Carlson, L., Crawford, N., Contrades, S. (1989) Nursing student novice to expert: Benner’s research applied to education Journal of Nursing Education, 28(4), 188-190
  • Calkin, J. (1988) The effects of organizational structure on role behavior. In M.E. Hardy & M.E. Conway (Eds) Role theory: Perspectives for health professionals (2nd ed),Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange., 133-158
  • Crane, V.S., Jones, D.G., & Sharpe, S. (1988) Training NGs to become health care professionals Health Care Supervisor, 6(2), 49-57
  • Cull-Wilby, B. L., & Pepin, J. I. (1987) Towards a coexistence of paradigms in nursing knowledge development Journal of Advanced Nursing, 12, 515-521
  • Chick, N., & Meleis, A.I. (1986) Transitions: A nursing concern. In P.L.Chinn (Ed.) Nursing research methodology: Issues and implementation, Rockville, MD: Aspen, 237-257
  • Clark, L.E. (1986) A nurse educator’s view of employing new graduates in critical care settings Focus on Critical Care, 13(4), 16-19
  • Crisham, P. (1981) Measuring moral judgment in nursing dilemmas Nursing Research, 32(2), 104-110
  • Cronin-Stubbs, D. (1977) Job satisfaction and dissatisfaction among NG staff nurses Journal of Nursing Administration, 7(10), 44-49
  • Cleland, V. (1971) Sex discrimination: Nursing’s most pervasive problem American Journal of Nursing, 71(5), 1542-1547
  • Committee For the Study of Nursing Education [CSNE] (Goldmark, J., Principal Investigator). (1923) Nursing and Nursing Education in the United States New York: MacMillan.,