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  • Hughes, L.C., Romick, P., Sandor, M.K., Phillips, C.A., Glaister, J., Levy, K., & Rock, J. (Evaluation of an informal peer group experience on baccalaureate nursing studentsí emotional well-being and professional socialization) Journal of Professional Nursing, 19(1) 38-48,
  • Halfer, D. (2007) A magnetic strategy for new graduate nurses Nursing Economics, 25(1), 6-12
  • Hay, T., & White, J. (2005) Beyond authenticity In Hay, T. and Moss, J. (Eds)., Potfolios, Performance and Authenticity, NSW, Australia: Pearson,
  • Hall, J.M. (2004) Marginalization and symbolic violence in a world of differences: War and parallels to nursing practice Nursing Philosophy, 5(1), 41-53
  • Hall, L.M., Doran, D., & Pink, G.H. (2004) Nurse staffing models, nursing hours, and patient safety outcomes Journal of Nursing Administration, 34(1), 41-45
  • Hanna, D.R. (2004) Moral distress: The state of the science Research and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 18(1), 73-92
  • Hardingham, L.B. (2004) Integrity and moral residue: Nurses as participants in a moral community Nursing Philosophy, 5, 127-134
  • Hatfield, S.L. (2002) Understanding the four generations to enhance workplace management AFP Exchange, July-August, 72-74
  • Hauca, H. (2002) Nurturing new nurses Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, April 22,
  • Health Resources and Services Administration [HRSA]. (2002) Projected supply, demand, and Shortages of Registered Nurses: 2000-2020. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
  • Hill, R.P. (2002) Managing across generations in the 21st century: Important lessons from the ivory trenches Journal of Management Inquiry, 11(1), 60-66
  • Holmas, T.H. (2002) Keeping nurses at work: A duration analysis Health Economics, 11(6), 493-503
  • Hooper, V.D. (2002) The next generation Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 17(3), 219-221
  • Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (2002) Projected supply, demand, and shortages of Registered Nurses: 2000-2020 Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health Human Services,
  • Hall, W.A., & Callery, P. (2001) Enhancing the rigor of grounded theory: Incorporating reflexivity and relationality Qualitative Health Research, 11(2), 257-272
  • Hanuchururnkul, S. (2001) Nursing in health care reform International Journal of Nursing Practice. 7(6), 365
  • Happ, M.B., & Kagan, S.H. (2001) Methodological considerations for grounded theory research in critical care settings Nursing Research, 50(3), 188-192
  • Hardesty, P. (2001) Glad to grad Nursing Spectrum Online, April 16,
  • Hardyman, R., & Hickey, G. (2001) What do newly-qualified nurses expect from preceptorship? Exploring the perspective of the preceptee Nurse Education Today, 21, 58-64
  • Hecker, D.J. (2001) Occupational employment projections to 2010 Monthly Labour Review, 124(11), 57-84
  • Heinrich, J. (2001) Nursing workforce: Multiple factors create nurse recruitment and retention problems [Electronic version]. (Rep. No. GAO-01-912T). United States General Accounting Office [USGAO]: Testimony before the subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, Restructuring and the District of Columbia, Committee on Governmental Affaris, U.S. Senate. Washington, DC: USGAO. Retreived November 25, 2004, from http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d01912t.pdf,
  • Herdmen, E.A. (2001) The illusion of progress in nursing. Nursing Philosophy, 2(1), 4-13
  • Heslop, L., McIntyre, M., & Ives, G. (2001) Undergraduate student nursesí expectations and their self-reported preparedness for the graduate year role rnal of Advanced Nursing, 36(5), 626-634
  • Human Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) (2001) The RN population: National sample survey of RNs preliminary findings Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health Human Services,
  • Haines, J. (2000) Nursingís brain drain Canadian Nurse, 96(3), 3
  • Hamilton, L. (2000) Recruitment and retention in nursing: Problems and solutions. Michigan Nurse, 73(10), 9, 11
  • Healy, C. (2000) Nursing stress: The effects of coping strategies and job satisfaction in a sample of Australian nurses Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(3), 681-688
  • Howe, N., & Strauss, W. (2000) Millennials rising: The next great generation New York: Vintage Books,
  • Hall, M.M. (1999) Breaking the silence: Marginalization of Registered Nurses employed in nursing homes Contemporary Nurse, 8(1), 232-237
  • Havens, D.S., & Aikens, L.H. (1999) Shaping systems to promote desired outcomes: The magnet hospital model Journal of Nursing Administration, 29(2), 14-20
  • Hicks, R., & Hicks, K. (1999) Boomers, Xers, and other strangers: Understanding the generational differences that divide us Wheaton, IL: Tyndale House Publishers,
  • Holland, K. (1999) A journey to becoming: The student nurse in transition Journal of Advanced Nursing, 29(1), 229-236
  • Howkins, E.J., & Ewens, A. (1999) How students experience professional soclialization International Journal of Nursing Studies, 36, 41-49
  • Howkins, E.J., & Ewens, A. (1999) How students experience professional socialization International Journal of Nursing Studies, 36, 41-49
  • Heslop, L. (1997) The impossibilities of poststructuralist and critical social nursing inquiry Nursing Inquiry, 4, 48-56
  • Hill, N.J. (1997) Impact of a critical thinking continuing education program on the critical thinking skills of practicing nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation. North Carolina State University, Raleigh,
  • Hornblower, M. (1997) Great expectations. Time Magazine, 149(23), 58-68
  • Hart, C. (1996) The great divide IHNJ 1(3), 5-17
  • Howenstein, M. A., Bilodeau, K., Brogna, M. J., & Good, G. (1996) Factors associated with critical thinking among nurses The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 27, 101-103
  • Hughes, A.M. (1996) Nurse-physician collaboration: Historical review and impact today CACCN, 7(3), 24-28
  • Henderson, D. J. (1995) Consciousness raising in participatory research: Method and methodology for emancipatory nursing inquiry Advances in Nursing Science, 17, 58-69
  • Hendricks-Thomas, J., & Patterson, E. (1995) A sharing in critical thought by nursing faculty. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 594-599
  • Holtz, G.T. (1995) Welcome to the jungle: The why behind generation X New York: St. Martinís Griffin,
  • Huston, C.J. (1995) Nursing and political action in the 20th century: From separation to fusion Revolution, 7(2), 50-53
  • Hart, G., & Rotem, A. (1994) The best and worst: Studentsí experiences of clinical education Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 11(3), 26-33
  • Hulsmeyer, B.S (1994) Nurses in transition: First year challenges Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Kentucky, Lexington,
  • Hezekiah, J. (1993) Feminist pedagogy: A framework for nursing education? Journal of Nursing Education, 32, 53-57
  • Hickman, J. S. (1993) A critical assessment of critical thinking in nursing education Holistic Nurse Practitioner, 7, 36-47
  • Holly, C. (1993) The ethical quandaries of acute care nursing practice Journal of Professional Nursing, 9(2), 110-115
  • Howe, N., & Strauss, W. (1993) 13th generation: Abort, retry, ignore, fail? New York: Vintage Books,
  • Hartshorn, J. (1992) Evaluation of a critical care nursing internship program Journal of Continuing Education, 23(1), 42-48
  • Heenan, A. (1991) Uneasy partnership. Nursing Times, 87(10), 25-27
  • Hillery, S.M. (1991) Factors associated with professional role socialization of nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames,
  • Hamel, E. (1990) An interpretative study of the professional socialization of neophyte nurses in the nursing subculture. PhD thesis, College of Education, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA,
  • Hamel, E.J. (1990) An interpretive study of the professional socialization of neophyte nurses into the nursing subculture Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of San Diego, San Diego,
  • Hanmer, J. (1990) Men, power, and the exploitation of women Womenís Studies International Forum, 13(5), 443-456
  • Hamilton, E.M., Murray, M.K., Lindholm, L.H., & Myers, R.E. (1989) Effects of mentoring on job satisfaction, leadership behaviors, and job retention of NG nurses Journal of Nursing Staff Development, 5(4), 159-165
  • Hipwell, A., Tyler, P., & Wilson, C. (1989) Sources of stress and dissatisfaction among nurses in four hospital environments British Journal of Medical Psychology, 62, 71
  • Horsburgh, M. (1989) Graduate nursesí adjustment to initial employment: Natural field work Journal of Advanced Nursing, 14, 610-617
  • Hardy, M.E., & Conway, M.E. (1988) Role theory: perspectives for health professionals (2nd ed) Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange,
  • Hart, G (1988) Teleconferencing: Peer support for new graduates and preceptors The Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 6(2), 8-12
  • Holter, I. M. (1988) Critical theory: A foundation for the development of nursing theories Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, 2, 223-232
  • Hughes, D. (1988) Who flies highest? Nursing Times, 87(7), 29-30
  • Hurley-Wilson, B.A. (1988) Socialization for roles. In M.E. Hardy & M.E. Conway (Eds) Role theory: Perspectives for health professionals (2nd ed., pp.73-110). Norwalk, CT: Appleton & Lange,
  • Harding, S. (1987) Feminism and methodology Indianapolis, IN: University Press,
  • Holloway, I., & Penson, J. (1987) Nurse education and social control Nurse Education Today, 7, 235-241
  • Hughes, L. (1987) Employment of new graduates: Implications for critical care nursing practice Focus on Critical Care, 14(4), 9-14
  • Hutchinson, S. (1986) Grounded theory: The method. In P.L. Munhall & C.J. Oiler (Eds.) Nursing Research: A qualitative perspective Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 111-130
  • Hooks, B. (1984) Feminist theory: From margin to centre Boston: South Press,
  • Harding, S., Hintikka, M.B. (1983) Discovering reality: Feminist perspectives on epistemology, metaphysics, methodology, and philosophy of science Dordrecht, Holland: Reidel Publishing,
  • Hiatt, S.R. (1983) The effect of social orientation on socialization outcomes of new nurses in hospitals Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Arizona State University, Phoenix,
  • Hartstock, N. (1981) Fundamental feminism: Process and perspective. In C.Bunch (ed) Building Feminist Theory: Essays from Quest a Feminist Quarterly New York: Longman, 112-147
  • Held, D. (1980) Introduction to critical theory: Horkheimer to Habermas Berkeley, California: University of California Press,
  • Hughes, L. (1980) The public image of the nurse Advances in Nursing Science, 6(3), 55-72
  • Habermas, J. (1978) Knowledge and human interests (2nd ed.) Surrey, Great Britain: Heinemann Educational books,
  • Hinshaw,A.S. (1977) Socialization and resocialization of nurses for professional nursing practice In Socialization and resocialization of nurses for professional nursing practice (NLN Publication #15-1659, pp. 1-15). New York: National League for Nursing,
  • Hofling, C., Brotzman, E., Dalrymple, S., Graves, N., & Pierce, C. (1966) An experimental study in nurse-physician relations The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 143(2), 171-180