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  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008) Glimmer of hope, ripples of change: The lived experience of the new nursing graduate Self-publication in press, July, 2008,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008) Transition shock: The initial stage of role adaptation for newly-graduated Registered Nurses The Journal of Advanced Nursing, Accepted for publication, In Press, July, 2008,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2008) A process of becoming: The stages of new graduate professional role transition Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 39 (10), 441-450
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2007) Professional role transition into acute-care by newly graduated baccalaureate female registered nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta: Edmonton, AB,
  • Denzin, H.K., & Lincoln, Y.S. (2005) The sage handbook of qualitative research (3rd ed.) Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2005) Role transition to hospital nursing for the new graduate: A critique of domination Journal of Advanced Nursing,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2004) Transition to professional nursing practice: Emerging issues and initiatives In M.H. Oermann & K.T. Heinrich, Annual Review of Nursing Education (Vol 2) New York: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2004) Transition to professional nursing practice: Emerging issues and initiatives. In M.H.Oermann & K.T.Heinrich (Eds.) Annual Review of Nursing Education, Volume 2, 283-304
  • Duchscher, J.E.B., & Cowin, L. (2004) Multigenerational nurses in the workplace Journal of Nursing Administration, 34(11), 493-501
  • Duchscher, J.E.B., & Cowin, L. (2004) The experience of marginalization in new nursing graduates. Nursing Outlook, 52, 289-296
  • Duchscher, J.E.B., Cowin, L. (2004) A socio-political and historically situated perspective on being a new graduate in acute-care Nursing Outlook,
  • Duchscher, J.E.B., Morgan, D. (2004) Grounded theory: Reflections on the emergence vs. forcing debate Journal of Advanced Nursing, 48(6), 1-8
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2003) Critical Thinking: Perceptions of Newly Graduated Female Baccalaureate Nurses Journal of Nursing Education, 42(1), 14-27
  • Davies, K. (2003) The body and doing gender: The relations between doctors and nurses in hospital work Sociology of Health and Illness, 25(7), 720-742
  • Delaney, C. (2003) Walking a fine line: Graduate nursesí transition experiences during orientation Journal of Nursing Education, 42(10), 437-443
  • Douglas, T.J., & Ryman, J.A. (2003) Understanding competitive advantage in the general hospital industry: Evaluating strategic competencies Strategic Management Journal, 24, 333-347
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2003) Critical thinking: Perceptions of newly graduated female baccalaureate nurses Journal of Nursing Education, 42(1), 1-12
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2003) Employing nursing graduates in emergency: A qualitative exploration of the integration of newly graduated Registered Nurses into an emergency department Unpublished Research Report. Saskatoon, SK: Author,
  • Dychtwald, K. (2003) The age wave is coming Public Management, July, 6-10
  • Davies, D., & Dodd, J. (2002) Qualitative research and the question of rigor Qualitative Health Research, 12(2), 279-289
  • Dellabarca, T. (2002) From novice practitioner to confident staff nurse Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, 8(2), 12-13
  • Duclos-Miller, P. (2002) Nurses care for America: What about new graduates? Connecticut Nursing News 2002, 75(2), 2-3
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2001) Out in the Real World Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(9), 426-439
  • DeBellis, A., Londson, D., & Glover, P. (2001) The enculturation of our nursing graduates Contemporary Nurse, 11(1), 84-94
  • De-Bellis, A., Longson, D., Glover, P., & Hutton, A. (2001) The enculturation of our nursing graduates Contemporary Nurse, 11(1), 84-94
  • DiGiacomo, M., & Adamson, B. (2001) Coping with stress in the workplace: Implications for new health professionals Journal of Allied Health, 30(2), 106-111
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2001) Out in the real world: Newly graduated nurses in acute-care speak out Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(9), 426-439
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (2001) Peer Learning: A clinical teaching strategy to promote active learning. Nurse Educator, 26(2), 59-60
  • Darwin, A. (2000) Critical reflections on mentoring in work settings. Adult Education Quarterly, 50(3), 197-211
  • Dearmun, A.K. (2000) Supporting newly qualified staff nurses: The lecturer practitioner contribution Journal of Nursing Management, 8, 159-165
  • Diede, N., McNish, G., & Coose, C. (2000) Performance expectations of the associate degree nurse graduate within the first six months Journal of Nursing Education, 39(7), 302-307
  • DeSimone, B. (1999) Preceptions of leadership between interns and mentors in a cooperative nurse internship Nurse Educator, 24(4), 21-25
  • Dunn-Cane, K., Gonzalez, J., Stewart, H. (1999) Managing the new generation AORN, 69(5), 930-940
  • Daboval, J.M. (1998) A comparison between baby boomer and generation X employees: Bases and foci of commitment Dissertation abstracts. Retrieved September 14, 2003. Available: http://wwwlib.umi.com/dissertations/preview_all/9823312. ,
  • Di Vito-Thomas, P.A. (1998) Barmentoring: Mentoring and critical nursing behaviors among novice nurses in clinical nursing practice MedSurg Nursing, 7(2), 110-114
  • Duchscher, J.E.B. (1998) Critical thinking and nursing practice: Perceptions of newly graduated female baccalaureate nurses Unpublished masterís thesis. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada,
  • Deloughery, G.L. (1995) History of the nursing profession. In G.L.Delougherly (Ed.) Issues and Trends in Nursing. St. Louis: CVMosby,
  • Dibert, C., & Goldenberg, D. (1995) Preceptors perceptions of benefits, rewards, supports and commitment to the preceptor role Journal of Advanced Nursing, 21(6), 1144-1151
  • du Toit, D. (1995) A sociological analysis of the extent and influence of professional socialization on the development of a nursing identity among nursing students at two universities in Brisbane Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 21, 164-171
  • Dickerson, S.S., & Campbell-Heider, N. (1994) Interpreting political agendas from a critical social theory perspective Nursing Outlook, 42, 265-271
  • Dickson, G.L. (1993) The unintended consequences of a male professional ideology for the development of nursing education Advances in Nursing Science, 15(3), 67-83
  • Denzin, N. (1992) Symbolic interactionism and cultural studies Cambridge, MA: Blackwell,
  • Douglas, L.M. (1992) The effective nurse: Leader and manager Philadelphia: Mosby Year Book,
  • Deering-Flory, R., & Neighbors, M. (1991) NLN competencies for the associate degree nurse Nursing and Health Care, 12(9), 474-479
  • Dunnum, L., & Bailey, K. (1991) Trauma internship: A success story Journal of Neuroscience Nursing, 23(4), 253-255
  • Diekelmann, N. (1990) Nursing education: Caring, dialogue, and practice Journal of Nursing Education, 29, 300-305
  • Dunnette, M.D., & Hough, L.M. (Eds.) (1990) Handbook of industrial and organizational psychology (2nd ed.) Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Pres Inc,
  • Dzurec, L.C. (1989) The necessity for and evolution of multiple paradigms for nursing research: A poststructuralist perspective Advances in Nursing Science, 11(4), 69-77
  • Donner, G.J. (1986) Work setting and the professional socialization of nurses in Ontario Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada,
  • Dobbs, K.K. (1984) The senior preceptorship as a method for anticipatory socialization of baccalaureate student nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alabama, Birmingham,
  • Devine, B. (1978) Nurse-physician interaction: Status and social structure within two hospital wards Journal of Advanced Nursing, 2, 278-295
  • Derrida, J. (1976) Of grammatology Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press,
  • Dinnerstein, D. (1976) The mermaid and the minotaur New York: Harper & Row,
  • Duncanson, B. (1970) The development of nursing education at the diploma level. In M.Q.Innes (Ed) Nursing Education in a Changing Society Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 111-129
  • Dickie-Clark, H.F. (1966) The marginal situation London: Routledge & Kegan Paul,