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  • PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Health Research Institute (2007) What works: Healing the healthcare staffing shortage Retrieved July 10, 2007 from www.pwc.com,
  • Page, A. (Ed). (2005) Keeping patients safe: Transforming the work environment of nurses Washington, DC: The National Academies Press,
  • Polkinghorne, D.E. (2005) Language and meaning: Data collection in qualitative research Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52(2), 137-145
  • Paliadelis, P., & Cruickshank, M.T. (2003) An exploration of the role that expert knowledge plays in the assessment of undergraduate clinical competence: Registered Nurses’ experience Rural and Remote Health, 3(2), 22-31
  • Pask, E.J. (2003) Moral agency in nursing: Seeing value in the work and believing that I make a difference Nursing Ethics, 10(2), 165-174
  • Paolucci, M., & Ulrich, B. (2002) Finding their way: 2002 RN graduates share their hopes, fears during first year of nursing Nurseweek.com, July 3,
  • Paul, P. (2001) Getting inside gen Y American Demographics, 23(9), 42-49
  • Pekala, N. (2001) Conquering the generational divide Journal of Property Management, 66(6), 30-38
  • Penttila, C. (2001) Generational gyrations Entrepreneur, April 2001, 102-104
  • Perkins, I., Vale, D.J., Graham, M.S. (2001) Partnerships in primary health care: A process for revisioning nursing education Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 22(1), 20-25
  • Phillipchuk, E., Allen, D., Marck, P. (2001) Safety concerns, working with students and new graduates Alberta RN, 57(3), 18-20
  • Pigott, H. (2001) Facing reality: The transition from student to graduate nurse Australian Nursing Journal, 8(7), 24-27
  • Purnell, M.J., Horner, D., Gonzalez, J., & Westman, N. (2001) The nursing shortage: Revisioning the future Journal of Nursing Administration, 31(4), 179-181
  • Parks, S.D. (2000) Big questions, worthy dreams: Mentoring young adults in their search for meaning, purpose, and faith San Francisco: Jossey-Bass,
  • Paul, P. (2000) The history of the relationship between nursing and faith traditions. In M.B. Clark & J.K Olson, Nursing within A Faith Community: Promoting Health in Times of Transition, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 59-75
  • Penney, W. (2000) The story of fable: Connecting with the real world of being a RN Australian Journal of Holistic Nursing, 7(2), 12-18
  • Penticuff, J.H., & Walden, M. (2000) Influence of practice environment and nurse characteristics on perinatal nurses’ responses to ethical dilemmas Nursing Research, 49(2), 64-72
  • Phillips, D.C., & Burbules, N.C. (2000) Postpositivism and educational research Lanhan, MD: Rowman & Littlefield,
  • Pfeil, M. (1999) Preceptorship: The progression from student to staff nurse Journal of Child Health Care, 3(3), 13-18
  • Phelan, B. (1999) Yale-New Haven critical care nurse internship program Connecticut Nursing News, 72(2), 27
  • Polit, D.F., & Hungler, B.P. (1999) Nursing research: Principles and methods (6th ed.) Philadelphia: Lippincott,
  • Palmer, D. (1997) Stucturalism and poststructuralism for beginners New York: Writers and Readers,
  • Prebble, K., & McDonald, B. (1997) Adaptation to the mental health setting: The lived experience of comprehensive graduates Australian and New Zealand Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 6, 30-36
  • Paul, R. (1996) An educator’s guide to critical thinking terms and concepts [On-line]. Available: http://www.sonoma.edu,
  • Parkin, P.A.C. (1995) Nursing the future: A re-examination of the professionalization thesis in the light of some recent developments Journal of Advanced Nursing, 21(3), 561-567
  • Polkinghorne, D.E. (1995) Narrative configuration in qualitative analysis Qualitative Studies in Education, 8(1), 5-23
  • Passau-Buck, S. & Jones, E.M. (1994) Male-ordered healthcare: The inequalities of women New York: Power Publications,
  • Porter, S. (1994) New nursing: The road to freedom? Journal of Advanced Nursing, 20, 269-274
  • Pillitteri, A., & Ackerman, M. (1993) The ‘doctor-nurse game’: A comparison of 100 years. 1888-1990 Nursing Outlook, 41, 113-116
  • Porter, S. (1992) Women in a women’s job: The gendered experience of nurses Sociology of Health and Illness, 3(4), 510-527
  • Porter, S. (1991) A participant observation study of power relations between nurses and doctors in a general hospital Journal of Advanced Nursing, 16, 728-735
  • Polkinghorne, D.E. (1988) Narrative knowing and the human sciences New York: State University of New York Press,
  • Perry, J. (1986) Professional socialization – a political process Nursing Praxis, 1(2), 4-16
  • Piemme, J.A., Kramer, W., Tack, B.B., & Evans, J. (1986) Developing the nurse preceptor Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 17(6), 186-189
  • Perry, J. (1985) Theory and practice in the induction of five graduate nurses: A reflexive critique Unpublished master’s thesis. Massey University, Palmerston North,
  • Pitts, T. P. (1985) The covert curriculum: What does nursing education really teach? Nursing Outlook, 33, 37-42
  • Parsons, M.E. (1983) Mothers and matrons Nursing Outlook, 31, 274-278
  • Pitts, H.P. (1982) The socialization of beginning nurses in the hospital setting: An interpretive inquiry Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro,
  • Park, J. (1979) Negotiating ambiguity: An aspect of the nurse-doctor relationship The New Zealand Nursing Journal, 19(4), 14-19
  • Parsons, T., Shils, E., Naegle, K.D., & Pitts, J.R. (1961) Theories of society: Foundations of modern sociological theory New York: The Free Press,
  • Park, R. (1928) Human migration and the marginal man American Journal of Sociology, 33(6), 881-893