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  • Glasberg, A.L., Eriksson, S., & Norberg, A. (2007) Burnout and ‘stress of conscience’ among healthcare personnel JAN, 57(4), 392-403
  • Government of Canada’s Sector Council Program (2006) Building the future: An integrated strategy for nursing human resources in Canada Ottawa: Author,
  • Griffith, J.R., Pattullo, A., Alexander, J.A., Jelinek, R.C., & Foster, D.A. (2006) Is anybody managing the store: National trends in hospital performance Journal of Healthcare Management, 51(6), 392-405
  • Gazza, E.A., & Shellenbarger, T. (2005) Successful enculturation: Strategies for retaining newly hired nursing faculty Nurse Educator, 30(6), 251-254
  • Goh, K., & Watt, E. (2003) From ‘dependent on’ to ‘depended on’: the experience of transition from student to registered nurse in a private hospital graduate program Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing. 21(1), 14-20
  • Greene, M.T., & Puetzer, M. (2002) The value of mentoring: A strategic approach to recruitment and retention Journal of Nursing Care Quality, 17(1), 63-68
  • Grindel, C.G., & Roman, M. (2002) Nurses nurturing nurses: A strategy for new graduate nurse development and retention Dean’s Notes, 23(5),
  • Guevara, E.B., & Mendias, E.P. (2002) A comparative analysis of the changes in nursing practice related to health sector reform in five countries of the Americas Pan America Journal of Public Health, 12(5), 347-353
  • Gerke, M.L. (2001) Understanding and leading the quad matrix. Four generations in the workplace: The traditional generation, boomers, gen-X, nexters Seminars for Nurse Managers, 9(3), 173-181
  • Gjerberg, E., & Kjolsrod, L. (2001) The doctor-nurse relationship: How easy is it to be a female doctor co-operating with a female nurse? Social Science and Medicine, 21(2001), 189-202
  • Glick, A. (2001) A new image of nursing: Why not nurture our young? NSNA, 33(5), 5
  • Greenglass, E.R., & Burke, R.J. (2001) Stress and the effects of hospital restructuring in nurses Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 33(2), 93-108
  • Gregg, M.F., & Magilvy, J.K. (2001) Professional identity of Japanese nurses: Bonding into nursing Nursing and Health Sciences, 3, 47-55
  • Gergen, M.M., & Gergen, K.J. (2000) Qualitative inquiry: Tensions and transformations. In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln (Eds) Handbook of qualitative research (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1025-1046
  • Gerrish, K. (2000) Still fumbling along? A comparative study of the newly qualified nurse’s perception of the transition from student to qualified nurse Journal of Advanced Nursing, 32(2, 473-480
  • Gifford, B.D. (2000) The relationship between hospital unit culture and nurses’ quality of work life Journal of Healthcare Management, 47(1), 13-26
  • Girot, E.A. (2000) Graduate nurses: Critical thinkers or better decision makers Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(2), 288-297
  • Greenwood, J. (2000) Critique of the graduate nurse: An international perspective Nurse Education Today, 20, 17-23
  • Gendron, K. (1999) Nurses, are we still eating out young? Nursing99, 29(2), 42-44
  • Glaser, B.G. (1999) he future of grounded theory Qualitative Health Research, 9(6), 836-845
  • Godinez, G., Schweiger, J., Gruver, J., & Ryan, P. (1999) Role transition from graduate to staff nurse: A qualitative analysis Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 15(3), 97-110
  • Gray, M., & Smith, L.N. (1999) The professional socialization of diploma of higher education in nursing students (Project 2000): A longitudinal qualitative study Journal of Advanced Nursing, 29(3), 639-647
  • Glaser, B. (1998) Doing grounded theory: Issues and discussions Mill Valley, CA: Sociology Press,
  • Green, J. (1998) Commentary: Grounded theory and the constant comparative method BMJ, 316(4), 1064-1065
  • Gauci-Borda, R., & Norman, I.J. (1997) Factors influencing turnover and absence of nurses: A research review International Journal of Nursing Studies, 34(6), 385-394
  • Glaser, B., & Strauss, A.L. (1997) The discovery of grounded theory: Strategies for qualitative research New York: Aldine Publishing Company,
  • George, J. B. (1995) Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice. (2nd ed.) Norwalk, Conneticut: Appleton & Lange,
  • Gozzi, R. (1995) The generation X and boomers metaphors Concord, 52(3), 331
  • Greenwood, J. (1993) The apparent desensitization of student nurses during their professional socialization: A cognitive perspective Journal of Advanced Nursing, 18, 1471-1479
  • Gardner, D.L. (1992) Conflict and retention of graduate nurses Western Journal of Nursing Research, 14(1), 76-85
  • Glaser, B.G. (1992) Basics of grounded theory analysis Mill Valley, CA: Sociology Press,
  • Gerrish, C. (1990) Fumbling along Nursing Times, 86, 35-37
  • Green, G.J. (1988) Relationships between role models and role perceptions of new graduate nurses Nursing Research, 37, 245-248
  • Grundy, S. (1987) Curriculum: Product or praxis London: The Falmer Press,
  • Geary, MC., & Geary, P.J. (1986) Nursing and hospitals: Sacred pasture or corral? Holistic Nursing Practice, 1(1), 73-80
  • Goetz, J.P., & LeCompte, M.D. (1984) Ethnography and qualitative design in educational research Orlando, FL: Academic Press,
  • Game, A., & Pringle, R. (1983) Gender at work Sydney, Australia: Allen and Unwin,
  • Guba, E.G. (1981) Criteria for assessing the trustworthiness of naturalistic inquiries Educational Communication and Technology Journal, 29(2), 75-81
  • Gamarnikow, E. (1978) Sexual division of labor: The case of nursing. In A.Kuhn & C. Wolpe (Eds.) Feminism and Materialism: Women and Modes of Production London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 91-123
  • Glaser, B. (1978) Theoretical sensitivity Mill Valley, CA: Sociological Press,
  • Greene, M. (1978) Landscapes of learning New York, New York: Teachers College Press,
  • Galbraith, J.K. (1977) The age of uncertainty Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Co,
  • Glaser, B.G., & Strauss, A.L. (1971) Status passage London: Routledge and Kegan Paul,
  • Glaser, B.G., & Strauss, A.L. (1967) The purpose and credibility of qualitative research Nursing Research, 15(1), 56-61
  • Green, A.W. (1947) A re-examination of the marginal man concept Social Forces, 26, 167-171