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  • Kovner, D., Brewer, C., Wu, Y., Cheng, Y., & Suzuki, M. (2006) Factors associated with work satisfaction of Registered Nurses Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 38(1), 71-9
  • Kesler, P.D., & Lund, C.H./ (2004) Reflective journaling: Developing an online journal for distance education Nurse Educator, 29(1), 20-24
  • Kilstoff, K.K., & Rochester, S.F. (2004) Hitting the floor running: Transitional experiences of graduates previously trained as enrolled nurses Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22(1), 13-17
  • Kenner, C, Androwich, I.M., & Edwards, P.A. (2003) Innovative educational strategies to prepare nurse executives for new leadership roles Nursing Administration Quarterly, 27(2), 172-179
  • Kitch, C. (2003) Generational identity and memory in American newsmagazines Journalism, 4(2), 185-202
  • Kelly, D., Simpson, S., & Brown, P. (2002) An action research project to evaluate the clinical practice facilitator role for junior nurses in an acute hospital setting Journal of Clinical Nursing, 11(1), 90-98
  • Kimball, B., & O’Neil, E. (2002) Health care’s human crisis: The American nursing shortage Princeton, NJ: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
  • Kimball, B., & O’Neil, E. (2002) Health care’s human crisis: The American nursing shortage Princeton, NJ: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
  • Kovner, C.T., & Harrington, C. (2002) The changing picture of hospital nurses American Journal of Nursing, 102(5), 93-94
  • Kelly, D., & Simpson, S. (2001) Action research in action: Reflections on a project to introduce Clinical Practice Facilitators to an acute hospital setting Journal of Advanced Nursing, 33(5), 652-659
  • Kelly, N.R., & Mathews, M. (2001) The transition to first position as Nurse Practitioner Journal of Nursing Education, 40(4), 156-162
  • Killam, L. (2001) Hard lessons for new nurses NSNA Imprint, 48(4), 10-11
  • Kolias, J. (2001) That which does not kill us makes us stronger Journal of Nurses in Staff Development, 17(2), 94-97
  • Kupchak, B. (2001) The passion of the novice West Virginia Nurse, 5(4), 14
  • Kupperschmidt, B.R. (2001) Understanding net generation employees Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(12), 570-574
  • Kaplan, M. (2000) Hospital caregivers are in a bad mood American Journal of Nursing, 100(3), 25
  • Kells, K., & Koerner, D.K. (2000) Supporting the NG nurse in practice Kansas Nurse, 75(7), 1-2
  • Keuter, K., Byrne, E., Voell, J., Larson, E. (2000) Nurses’ job satisfaction and organizational climate in a dynamic work environment Applied Nursing Research, 13(1), 46-49
  • Kivimaki, M., Elovainio, M., & Vahtera, J. (2000) Workplace bullying and sickness absence in hospital staff Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 57(10), 656-664
  • Krueger, R.A., & Casey, M.A. (2000) Focus groups: A practical guide for applied research (3rd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc,
  • Kuokkanen, L., & Leino-Kilpi, H. (2000) Power and empowerment in nursing: Three theoretical approaches Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(1), 235-241
  • Kupperschmidt, B.R. (2000) Multi-generational employees: Strategies for effective management Health Care Management, 19(1), 65-76
  • Karp, H., Sirias, D., & Arnold, K. (1999) Teams: Why generation X marks the spot The Journal for Quality and Participation, 22, 30-33.
  • Kendall, J. (1999) Axial coding and the grounded theory controversy Western Journal of Nursing Research, 21(6), 743-757
  • Krozek, C. (1999) Older and wiser: Introducing a new generation of graduate RNs to nursing practice Clinical Nurse Specialist, 13(6), 269-270
  • Kapborg, I.D., & Fischbein, S. (1998) Nurse education and professional work: Transition problems? Nurse Education Today, 18, 165-171
  • Keil, K.L. (1998) An intimate profile of generation X The American Enterprise, 9(1), 49-59
  • Kelly, B. (1998) Preserving moral integrity: A follow-up study with NGs Journal of Advanced Nursing, 28(5), 1134-1145
  • Khoza, L.B., & Ehlers, V.J. (1998) The competencies of newly qualified nurses as viewed by senior professional nurses Curatonis, 21(3), 67-76
  • Koch, T., & Harrington, A. (1998) Reconceptualizing rigor: The case for reflexivity Journal of Advanced Nursing, 28(4), 882-890
  • Keogh, J. (1997) Professionalization of nursing: Development, difficulties and solutions Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25(2), 302-308
  • King, S., & Cohen, J. (1997) Facing reality shock Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, 3(5), 16-17
  • Kirchmeyer, C., & Bullin, C. (1997) Gender roles in a traditionally female occupation: A study of emergency, operating, intensive care, and psychiatric nurses Journal of Vocational Behavior, 50, 78-95
  • Kaye, J. (1996) Sexual harassment and hostile environments in the perioperative area AORN Journal, 63(2), 443-449
  • Kelly, B. (1996) Hospital nursing: ‘It’s a battle’! A follow-up study of English graduate nurses Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24, 1063-1069
  • Kools, S., McCarthy, M., Durham, R., Robrecht, L. (1996) Dimensional analysis: Broadening the conception of grounded theory Qualitative Health Research, 6(3), 312-330
  • Kubsch, S.M. (1996) Conflict, enactment, empowerment: Conditions of independent therapeutic nursing intervention. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 23, 192-200
  • Kvale, S. (1996) Interviews: An introduction to qualitative research interviewing Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Kroll, C. (1994) Outcomes among graduates from Washington state community college associate degree nursing programs. Nurse Educator, 19(3), 5
  • Kutlenios, R.M., & Bowman, M.H. (1994) Oppression: How nurses can overcome it Revolution, 4(3), 20-23.
  • Kutlenios, R.M. & Bowman, M.H. (1994) Oppression – how nurses can overcome it Revolution, 4(2), 20-1, 100
  • Kramer, N. (1993) Preceptorship policy: A tool for success Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 24(6), 274-276
  • Kendall, J (1992) Fighting back: Promoting emancipatory nursing actions Advances in Nursing Science, 15(2), 1-15
  • Keen, P. (1991) Caring for ourselves. In R.M.Neil & R.Watts (Ed.) Caring and nursing: Exploration in feminist perspectives New York: National League for Nursing, 173-188
  • Kent, G.G. (1991) Medical students’ reactions to a nursing attachment scheme Medical Education, 25, 23-31
  • Kramer, M., & Hafner, L.P. (1989) Shared values: Impact on staff nurse job satisfaction and perceived productivity Nursing Research, 38(3), 172-177
  • Kramer, M., & Schmalenberg, C. (1988) Magnet hospital: Institutions of excellence. Part II Journal of Nursing Administration, 18(2), 11-19
  • Keddy, B., Gillis, M.J., Jacobs, P., Burton, H., & Rogers, M. (1986) The doctor-nurse relationship: An historical perspective Journal of Advanced Nursing, 11, 745-753
  • Kramer, M. (1985) Why does reality shock continue? In J. McCloskey & J. Grace (Eds.) Current Issues in Nursing Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications, 891-902
  • Krusa, K.S., Brinson, H., Henning, E.D., Kuykendall, J., Lawler, T.G., & Rhodes, M.K. (1985) Development of a computer-based instruction to facilitate hospital retention of new graduate nurses Computers in Nursing, 3(5), 203-206
  • Kolb, D.A. (1984) Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc,
  • Kuleshnyk, I. (1984) The Stockholm syndrome: Toward an understanding Social Action and the Law, 10(2), 37-42
  • Kramer, M., & Schmalenberg, C. (1978) Bicultural training and new graduate role transformation Wakefield, MA: Contemporary Publishing, Inc,
  • Kramer, M., & Schmalenberg, C. (1977) Path to biculturalism Wakefield, MA: Contemporary Publishing, Inc,
  • Kramer, M. (1974) Reality shock: Why nurses leave nursing St. Louis: C.V.Mosby Company,
  • Kuhn, T. S. (1970) The structure of scientific revolutions. (2nd ed.) Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press,
  • Kramer, M. (1968) Role models, role conception, and role deprivation Nursing Research, 17(2), 115-120
  • Kramer, M. (1966) The NG speaks. American Journal of Nursing, 66, 2420-2424
  • Kerckhoff, A.C., & McCormick, T.C. (1955) Marginal status and marginal personality Social Forces, 34, 48-55