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  • Morrow, S. (2009) New graduate transitions: Leaving the nest, joining the flight Journal of Nursing Management, 17, 278-287
  • MacCready, J. (2008) Nursing career stress prevention by baccalaureate nursing education: Faculty views. Masters Thesis. University of Western Ontario, School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies: London, Ontario - For copy of thesis contact author at jmccrea4@uwo.ca.,
  • Manojlovich, M. (2007) Power and empowerment in nursing: Looking backward to inform the future Online Journal of Issues in Nursing, 12(1), 14ps
  • May, J.H., Bazzoll, G.J., & Gerland, A.M. (2006) Hospitals’ responses to nurse staffing shortages Health Affairs, 25, w316-w323
  • Mallidou, A.A. (2004) The impact of hospital nurse specialty subcultures on nurse and patient outcomes Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,
  • Marcum, E.H., & West, R.D. (2004) Structured orientation for new graduates: A retention strategy Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 20(3), 118-124
  • Messmer, P.R., Jones, S.G., & Taylor, B.A. (2004) Enhancing knowledge and self-confidence of novice nurses: The shadow-a-nurse ICU program Nursing Education Perspectives, 25(3), 131-137
  • Mizuta, M (2004) Job adjustment among new graduate nurses: The process of recovery from reality shock and factors which impeded recovery Journal of the Japanese Academy of Nursing Science, 23(4), 41-50
  • Murphy, M., Petryshen, P., & Read, N. (2004) Retaining and transferring nursing knowledge through a hospital internship program Nursing Leadership, 17(2), 122-130
  • Myrick, F., & Yonge, O. (2004) Enhancing critical thinking in the preceptorship experience in nursing education Journal of Advanced Nursing, 45(4), 371-380
  • MacIntosh, J. (2003) Reworking professional nursing identity Western Journal of Nursing Research, 25(6), 725-741
  • McKenna, B.G., Smith, N.A., Poole, S.J., & Coverdale, J.H (2003) Horizontal violence: Experiences of Registered Nurses in their first year of practice Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42(1), 90-96
  • McNeese-Smith, D.K. (2003) Job stages of entry, mastery, and disengagement among nurses JONA, 30(3), 140-147
  • Mee, C.L., & Robinson, E. (2003) What’s different about this nursing shortage? Nursing 2003, 33(1), 51-55
  • Meleis, A. (2003) Brain drain or empowerment? Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 35(2), 105
  • Milligan, F. (2003) Adverse health-care events: Part 4. Challenge of a blame-free culture Professional Nurse, 18(12), 705-709
  • Mallik, M., Bennet, C., & Toulson, A. (2002) Tutor tonic Health Service Journal, 112(5828), 30-31
  • Manion, J. (2002) Emergence of the free agent nurse workforce Nursing Administration Quarterly, 26(5), 68-78
  • Manojlovich, M., & Ketefian, S. (2002) The effects of organizational culture on nursing professionalism: Implications for health resource planning Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 33(4), 15-34
  • Martin, C.A., & Tulgan, B. (2002) Managing the generation mix: From collision to collaboration Amherst, MA: HRD Press,
  • McCall, J.A. (2002) Progressive critical care orientation Critical Care Nurse, 22(4), 87-88
  • Mok, E., & Au-Yeung, B. (2002) Relationship between organizational climate and empowerment of nurses in Hong Kong Journal of Nursing Management, 10, 129-137
  • Monacella-Duffy, D. (2002) Conference helps graduate nurses find the ‘right fit’ Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, March 25,
  • Morse, J.M., Barrett, M., Mayan, M., Olson, K., & Spiers, J. (2002) Verification strategies for establishing reliability and validity in qualitative research International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 1(2), Article 1. Retrieved October 20, 2004 from http://www.ualberta.ca’~ijqm/ ,
  • Murray, M.K. (2002) The nursing shortage: Past, present, and future Journal of Nursing Administration, 32(2), 79-84
  • Mastrian, IK.G. (2001) An advantageous alliance: Out of a partnership emerges an internship Nursing Management, 32(8), 36-37
  • McGowan, B. (2001) Self-reported stress and its effects on nurses Nursing Standard, 15(42), 33-38
  • McKenzie, K. (2001) New graduates months on The Lamp, 58(9), 10-14
  • Milliken, P.J., & Schreiber, R.S. (2001) Can you do grounded theory without symbolic interactionism?. In R.S.Schreiber & P.N. Stern (Eds) Using grounded theory in nursing New York: Springer Publishing Company, 17-34
  • Morse, J.M. (2001) Situating grounded theory within qualitative inquiry. In R.S.Schreiber & P.N. Stern (Eds) Using grounded theory in nursing New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1-15
  • Morse, J.M. (2001) The cultural sensitivity of grounded theory Qualitative Health Research, 11(6), 721-722
  • MacNeil, R.D. (2000) Bob Dylan and the baby boom generation: The times they are a-changin’ – again Activities, Adaptation & Aging, 25(3/4), 45-57
  • Manias, W., & Street, A. (2000) Possibilities for critical social theory and Foucault’s work: A toolbox approach Nursing Inquiry, 7, 50-60
  • Meleis, A.I., Sawyer, L.M., Im, E, Messias, D.K.H., & Schumacher, K. (2000) Experiencing transitions: An emerging middle-range theory Advances in Nursing Science, 23(1), 12-28
  • Mills, M.E., Jenkinsw, L.S., & Waltz, C.F. (2000) Emphasis courses: Preparing baccalaureate students for transition to the workforce Journal of Professional Nursing, 16(5), 300-306
  • Matathia, I., & Salzman, M. (1999) Next: Trends for the new future Woodstock, NY: The Overlook Press,
  • Mattson, K. (1999) Talking about my generation (and the left) Dissent, 46(4), 58-63
  • McGuinness, S.V. (1999) The effect of generation group identification on organizational commitment: A study of baby boomers and generation X Dissertation abstracts. Retrieved September 14, 2003. Available: http://wwwlib.umi.com/dissertations/preview_all/9950753.,
  • Mee, C. (1999) Nurses, are we still eating our young? Nursing99, 29(11), 48-50
  • Meleis, A.I., & Im, E. (1999) Transcending marginalization in knowledge development Nursing Inquiry, 6, 94-102
  • Miller, S.I., & Fredericks, M. (1999) How does grounded theory explain? Qualitative Health Research, 9(4), 538-551
  • Montana, P.J., & Lenaghan, J.A. (1999) What motivates and matters most to generations X and Y NACE Journal, 59(4), 27-30
  • Maben, J., & Macleod-Clark, J. (1998) Project 2000 diplomates’ perceptions of their experiences of transition from student to staff nurse Journal of Clinical Nursing, 7, 145-153
  • Merriam, S.B. (1998) Qualitative research and case study applications in education San Francisco: Jossey-Bass,
  • Murray, T.A. (1998) Using role theory concepts to understand transition from hospital-based nursing practice to home care nursing The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 29(3), 105-111
  • Manji, I. (1997) Risking utopia on the edge of a new democracy Vancouver, BC: Douglas & McIntyre,
  • McAllister, M., & Osborne, Y. (1997) Peer review: A strategy to enhance cooperative student learning Nurse Educator, 22(1), 40-44
  • Meleis, A.I. (1997) Theoretical Nursing: Development and progress Philadelphia, PA. Lippincott-Raven Publishers,
  • Morse, J.M. (1997) Perfectly healthy, but dead’: The myth of inter-rater reliability Qualitative Health Research, 7(4), 445-447
  • Murray, N.D. (1997) Welcome to the future: The millennial generation NACE Journal, 57(3), 36-42
  • Maben, J., & Macleod-Clark, J. (1996b) Making the transition from student to staff nurse Nursing Times, 92(44), 28-32
  • Maben, J., & Macleod-Clark, J. (1996a) Perceptorship and support for staff: The good and the bad Nursing Times, 92(51), 35-38
  • May, K. (1996) Diffusion, dilution, or distillation? The case of grounded theory method Qualitative Health Research, 6(3), 309-311
  • Maynard, C.A. (1996) Relationship of critical thinking ability to professional nursing competence Journal of Nursing Education, 35(1), 12-18
  • Melia, K.M. (1996) Rediscovering Glaser Qualitative Health Research, 6(3), 368-378
  • Makaram, S. (1995) Interprofessional cooperation Medical Education, 29(Supplement 1), 65-69
  • Mohr, W.K. (1995) Values, ideologies, and dilemmas: Professional and occupational contradictions Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 33(1), 29-34
  • Morse, J. (1995) The significance of saturation Qualitative Health Research, 5(2), 147-149
  • Morse, J.M., & Field, P.A. (1995) Qualitative research methods for health professionals (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • May, K.A. (1994) Abstract knowing: The case for magic in the method. In J. M. Morse (Ed.) Critical issues in qualitative research methods Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc, 10-21
  • McPherson, K., & Stuart, M. (1994) Writing nursing history in Canada: Issues and approaches CBMH/BCHM, 11, 3-22
  • Meleis, A.I. & Trangenstein, P.A. (1994) Facilitating transitions: Redefinition of the nursing mission Nursing Outlook, 42(6), 255-259
  • Meleis, A.I., Trangenstein, P.A. (1994) Facilitating transitions: Redefinition of the nursing mission Nursing Outlook, 42, 255-259
  • Myrick, F., & Barrett, C. (1994) Selecting clinical preceptors for basic baccalaureate nursing students: A critical issue in clinical teaching Journal of Advanced Nursing, 19, 194-198
  • MacKay, L. (1993) Conflicts in care: Medicine and nursing London: Chapman & Hall,
  • McDaniel, C., & Stumpf, L. (1993) The organizational culture: Implications for nursing service Journal of Nursing Adminstration, 23(4), 54-60
  • Mathews, J.J., Nunley, C. (1992) Rejuvenating orientation to increase more satisfaction and retention Journal of Nursing Staff Development, 8(4), 159-164
  • Maxwell, J.A. (1992) Understanding and validity in qualitative research Harvard Educational Review, 62, 279-300
  • Miller, M. A. (1992) Outcomes evaluation: Measuring critical thinking Journal of Advanced Nursing, 17, 1401-1407
  • Martin, C.M. (1991) Critical thinking of nursing students, graduate nurses and expert nurses in simulated clinical situations Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Wayne State University, Detroit,
  • Meleis, A. Z. (1991) Theoretical nursing: Development and progress. (2nd ed.) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J. B. Lippincott Company,
  • Moran, R. (1991) Different priorities Nursing Times, 87(26), 37
  • Morse, J.M. (1991) Qualitative nursing research: A free for all. In J.M. Morse (Ed) Qualitative Nursing Research: A Contemporary Dialogue London: Sage Publications, 126-145
  • MacDonald, B. (1990) The effect of preceptorship on role transition of novice staff nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada,
  • Merton, R.K., Fiske, J., Kendall, P.L. (1990) The focused interview: A manual of problems and procedures New York: The Free Press,
  • MacPherson, K.I. (1989) A new perspective on nursing and caring in a corporate context Advances in Nursing Science, 11(4), 32-39
  • Mercer, R.T., Nichols, E.G., & Doyle, G.C. (1989) Transitions in a woman’s life: Major life events in developmental context New York: Springer Publishing Co,
  • Masson, V. (1988) If NGs went to the community first Nursing Outlook, 36(4), 172-173
  • Moccia, P. (1988) At the faultline: Social activism and caring Nursing Outlook, 36(1), 30-33
  • McCloskey, J., & McCain, B. (1987) Satisfaction, commitment and professionalism among newly employed nurses Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 19, 20-24
  • McGrath, B.J., & Princeton, J.C. (1987) Evaluation of a clinical preceptor program for NGs: Eight years later The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 18(4), 133-136
  • Melia, K. (1987) Learning and working: The occupational socialization of nurses London: Tavistock,
  • Mayberry, M. (1986) Ethical decision-making: A response of hospital nurses Nursing Administration Quarterly, 10(3), 75-81
  • McKinley, S. (1986) An advocacy role for the critical care nurse Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 11, 255-263
  • Melosh, B. (1985) “The physician’s hand”: Work culture and conflict in American nursing Massachusetts Nurse, 54(4), 8-9, 18
  • Miles, M.B., & Huberman, A.M. (1984) Qualitative data analysis: A source book of new methods Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, Inc,
  • Melosh, B. (1983) Doctors, patients, and “big nurse”: Work and gender in the postwar hospital. In E.Condliffe & L.E. Mann (Eds.) Nursing history: New perspectives, new possibilities. New York: Columbia Teachers College,
  • MCloskey, J.C. (1981) The effects of nursing education on job effectiveness Research in Nursing and Health, 4, 355-373
  • Mezirow, J. (1981) A critical theory of adult learning and education Adult Education, 32, 3-24
  • McCarthy, T. (1978) The critical theory of Jurgen Habermas Cambridge, Massacheusetts: The MIT Press,
  • Miller, J.B. (1976) Toward a new psychology of women Boston: Beacon Press,
  • Merton, R.K. (1968) Social theory and social structure New York: Free Press,
  • Mathews, M.J. (1902) How to succeed in the practice of medicine Lousville, KY: John P. Morton & Co,