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  • Rowe, M.M., & Sherlock, H. (2005) Stress and verbal abuse in nursing: Do burned out nurse eat their young? Journal of Nursing Management, 13, 242-248
  • Rogers, A.E., Hwang, W., Scott, L.D., Aiken, L.H., & Dinges, D.F. (2004) The working hours of hospital staff nurses and patient safety Health Affairs, 23(4), 202
  • Rosenfeld, P., Smith, M.O., Iervolino, L., Bowar-Ferres, S. (2004) A 5-year evaluation from the participantsí perspective Journal of Nursing Administration, 34(4), 188-194
  • Randle, J. (2003) Bullying in the nursing profession JAN, 43(4), 395-401
  • Roberts, K., & Farrell, G. (2003) Expectations and perceptions of graduatesí performance at the start and at the end of their graduate year Collegian, 10(2), 13-18
  • Reising, D.L. (2002) Early socialization of new critical care nurses. American Journal of Critical Care, 11(1), 19-26
  • Rosenstein, A.H. (2002) Nurse-physician relationships: Impact on nurse satisfaction and retention American Journal of Nursing, 102(6), 26-34
  • Ross, H., & Clifford, K. (2002) Research as a catalyst for change: The transition from student to Registered Nurse Journal of Clinical Nursing, 11, 545-553
  • Rainwater, E. (2001) New grads need acceptance, not derision RN, 64(12), 14
  • Ramritu, P.L., & Barnard, A. (2001) New nursing graduatesí understanding of competence International Nursing Review, 48, 47-57
  • Randle, J. (2001) The effect of a 3-year pre-registration training course on studentsí self-esteem Journal of Clinical Nursing, 10(2), 293-300
  • Richards, J.A. (2001) Nursing within a digital society Canadian Nurse, 97(10), 5, 15
  • Richie, E. (2001) It ainít easey beiní green: Trials of a middle-aged new grad Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, April 2,
  • Robbins, A., & Wilner, A. (2001) Quarterlife crisis: The unique challenges of life in your twenties New York: Penguin Putnam, Inc,
  • Raines, C., & Hunt, J. (2000) The Xers & the boomers: From adversaries to allies. A diplomatís guide Berkeley, CA: Crisp Publications, Inc,
  • Ruch, W. (2000) How to keep gen X employees from becoming x-employees Training & Development, 54(4), 40-43
  • Regan, S. (1999) Perspectives from the RNABC NG nursing survey Nursing BC, March-April, 30-31,
  • Raines, C. (1997) Beyond generation X: A practical guide for managers Berkeley, CA: Crisp Publications, Inc,
  • Reutter, L., Field, P.A., Campbell, I.E., Day, R. (1997) Socialization into nursing: Nursing students as learners Journal of Nursing Education, 36(4), 149-156.
  • Ryten, E. (1997) A statistical picture of the past, present, and future of Registered Nurses in Canada Ottawa, ON: Canadian Nurses Association,
  • Reynolds, G.J. (1995) Hospitals: Our patriarchal institutions Revolution, 5(1), 58-62
  • Rubin, H.J., & Rubin, I.S. (1995) Qualitative interviewing: The art of hearing data Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Rodgers, B.L., & Cowles, K.V. (1993) The qualitative research audit trail: A complex collection of documentation Research in Nursing & Health, 16, 219-226
  • Ryan, M.E., & Hodson, K.E. (1992) Employer evaluations of nurse graduates: A critical program assessment element Journal of Nursing Education, 31(5), 198-202
  • Rogers, M.E. (1989) Creating a climate for the implementation of a nursing conceptual framework The Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 20, 112-116
  • Resler, B.G. (1988) Performance expectations for new baccalaureate graduate nurses: A survey of clinical nurse educators and experienced baccalaureate nurses Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Indiana University, Bloomington,
  • Reid, N. (1987) Graduate nurses in Northern Ireland: Their career paths, aspirations, and problems International Journal of Nursing Services, 23(3), 215-225
  • Reverby, S. (1987) A caring dilemma: Womanhood and nursing in historical perspective Nursing Research, 36, 5-11
  • Rabinow, P. (1984) The Foucault re 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. ader. New York: Pantheon Publishers,
  • Roberts, S.J. (1983) Oppressed group behaviour: Implications for nursing Advanced in Nursing Science, 5(4), 21-30
  • Rorty, R. (1982) Consequences of pragmatism Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Rosenau, P. 1992. Post-modernism and the social sciences. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press,
  • Robinson, V. (1946) White caps: The story of nursing Philadelphia: J.B.Lippincott,