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  • Smith, M.E. (2007) From student to practicing nurse: How institutions, nurse managers, and experienced colleagues can ease the transition American Journal of Nursing, 107(7), 72C-72F
  • Schoessler, M., & Waldo, M. (2006) The first 18 months in practice: A developmental transition model for the newly graduated nurse Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 22(2), 47-52
  • Shields, M. & Wilkins, K. (2006) Findings from the 2005 national survey of the work and health of nurses Statistics Canada: Ottawa, ON,
  • Starr, K., & Conley, V.M. (2006) Becoming a registered nurse: The nurse extern experience Journal of Continuing Nursing Education, 37(2), 86-92
  • Sadovich, J.M. (2005) Work excitement in nursing: An examination of the relationship between work excitement and burnout Nursing Economics, 23(12), 91-97
  • Shields, M.A. (2004) Addressing nurse shortages: What can policy makers learn frm the econometriuc evidence on nurse labour supply? The Economic Journal, 114, F464-F498
  • Sandelowski, M., & Barroso, J. (2003) Writing the proposal for a qualitative research methodology project Qualitative Health Research, 13(6), 781-820
  • Saskatchewan Nursing Council (2003) A progress report on Saskatchewan’s nursing strategies: The action plan for Saskatchewan health care Regina, SK: Saskatchewan Health,
  • Sandelowski, M., & Barroso, J. (2002) Finding the findings in qualitative studies Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 34(3), 213-219
  • Santos, S.R., & Cox, K.S. (2002) Generational tension among nurses: Baby-boomers and generation Xers: The silent treatment doesn’t work American Journal of Nursing, 102(1), 11-12
  • Shamian, J., Kerr, M.S., Laschinger, H.K.S., & Thomson, D. (2002) A hospital-level analysis of the work environment and workforce health indicators for Registered Nurses in Ontario’s acute-care hospitals Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 33(4), 35-50
  • Smith, M.E., & Camooso-Markus, C. (2002) RN mentor program facilitates transition Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, February 11,
  • Smith, T.B. (2002) A new RN finds herself disenchanted with nursing RN, 65(2), 9
  • Smola, K.W., & Sutton, C.D. (2002) Generational differences: Revisiting generational work values for the new millennium Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23, 363-382.
  • Squires, A. (2002) New graduate orientation in the rural community hospital The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 33(5), 203-209
  • Stevens, S. (2002) Nursing workforce retention: Challenging a bullying culture I(5), 189
  • Schwandt, T.A. (2001) Dictionary of qualitative inquiry (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Seago, J., Ash, M., Spetz, J., Coffman, J., Grumbach, K. (2001) Hospital nursing shortages: Environmental, patients, and institutional predictors Health Services Research, 712, 310-316
  • Spillane, J. (2001) New grads: Caught in the middle Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, December 17,
  • Stern, P.N., & Covan, E.K. (2001) Early grounded theory: Its processes and products. In R.S.Schreiber & P.N. Stern (Eds) Using grounded theory in nursing, New York: Springer Publishing Company, 17-34
  • Stevenson, C., & Beech, I. (2001) Paradigms lost, paradigms regained: Defending nursing against a single reading of postmodernism Nursing Philosophy, 2(2), 143-150
  • Stringer, H. (2001) Generation RN NurseWeek Online, November 28th. Available: www.nurseweek.com/news/features/01-11/generations_print.html,
  • Santos, S.R.,& Cox, K. (2000) Workplace adjustment and intergenerational differences between matures, boomers, and Xers Nursing Economics, 18(1), 7-13
  • Schwandt, T. (2000) Three epistemological stances for qualitative inquiry: Interpretivism, hermeneutics, and social constructivism. In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln (Eds) Handbook of qualitative research (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 189-214
  • Seifert, P.C. (2000) The shortage AORN Journal, 71(2), 310-312
  • Silverman, D. (2000) Doing qualitative research: A practical handbook Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage,
  • Simms, C. (2000) Stopping the word war: A collaborative nurse-physician framework for ending interdisciplinary impasse Nursing Management, 31(9), 65-71
  • Snelgrove, S., & Hughes, D. (2000) Interprofessional relations between doctors and nurses: Perspectives from South Wales Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(3), 661-667
  • Somerville, B., McIlwrath, M., Johnson, M., Langdon, R., & Jones, W. (2000) A collaborative approach to developing nursing skills to meet service needs Collegian, 7(3), 28-33
  • Spratley, E., Johnson, A., Sochalski, J., Fritz, M., & Spencer, W. (2000) The Registered Nurse population: Findings from the National sample survey of Registered Nurses Washington, DC: Health Resources and Services Administration, US Department of Health and Human Services,
  • Swartz, N. (2000) Talkin about generation Y Wireless, 17(20), 54-56
  • Swope, M. (2000) Survival skills for new graduates in the ICU Nursing Spectrum: Career Fitness Online, July 10,
  • Scott, J.G., Sochalski, J., & Aiken, L. (1999) Review of magnet hospital research: Findings and implications for professional nursing practice Journal of Nursing Administration, 29(1), 9-19
  • Sullivan, T., Kerr, M., & Ibrahim, S. (1999) Job stress in health care workers: Highlights from the National Population Health Survey Hospital Quarterly, 34-40
  • Sheldon, L. (1998) Grounded theory: Issues for research in nursing Nursing Standard, 12(52), 47-50
  • Strauss, A. & Corbin, J. (1998) Basics of qualitative research: Techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory (2nd ed) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.,
  • Strauss, A., & Corbin, J. (1998) Basics of qualitative research: Techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc,
  • Sivberg, B. & Petersson, K. (1997) Self-image, self-values and interpersonal values among newly graduated nurses Nursing Ethics, 4(5), 407-422
  • Strauss, A. & Corbin, J. (Eds). (1997) Grounded theory in practice Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications,
  • Schlomann, P. (1996) Ethical decision making in a neonatal intensive care unit: The nurse’s role Neonatal Intensive Care, 9(4), 44-47, 53-54
  • Schon, D.A. (1996) The reflective practitioner: How professionals think in action Hants: Arena. Schumacher, K.L., & Meleis, A.I. (1994). Transitions: A central concept in nursing IMAGE: Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 26, 119-127
  • Stewart, B.M., & Krueger, L.E. (1996) An evolutionary concept analysis of mentoring in nursing Journal of Professional Nursing, 12(4), 311-321
  • Svensson, R. (1996) The interplay between doctors and nurses: A negotiated order perspective Sociology of Health and Illness, 18, 370-398
  • Sandelowski, M. (1995) Sample size in qualitative research Research in Nursing & Health, 18, 179-183
  • Sweet, S.J., & Norman, I.J. (1995) The nurse-doctor relationship: A selective literature review Journal of Advanced Nursing, 22, 165-170
  • Sandelowski, M. (1994) We are the stories we tell: Narrative knowing in nursing practice Journal of Holistic Nursing, 12(1), 23-33
  • Stern, P.N. (1994) Eroding grounded theory: In J.M.Morse, (Ed.) Critical issues in qualitative researcher methods, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications., 212-233
  • Strauss, A., & Corbin, J. (1994) Grounded theory methodology: An overview. In N.K.Denzin & Y.S.Lincoln (Eds) Handbook of qualitative research, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 273-285
  • Stuart, M. (1994) Shifting professional boundaries: Gender conflict in public health, 1920-1925. In, D. Dodd and D. Gorham (Eds.) ON: University of Ottawa Press,
  • Sandelowki, M. (1993) Rigor or rigor mortis: The problem of rigor in qualitative research revisited ANS, 16(2), 1-8
  • Saarman, L, Freitas, L., Rapps, J. & Riegel, B. (1992) The relationship of education to critical thinking ability and values among nurses: Socialization into professional nursing Journal of Professional Nursing, 8(1), 26-34
  • Skillings, L.N. (1992) Perceptions and feelings of nurses about horizontal violence as an expression of oppressed group behavior. In J.L.Thompson, D.G.Allen, & L. Rodrigues-Fisher (Eds.) Critique, Resistance, and Action: Working Papers in the Politics of Nursing. New York: National League for Nursing Press,
  • Street, A.F. (1992) Inside nursing: A critical ethnography of clinical nursing practice New York: State University Press,
  • Sakallaris, B.R. (1991) The ICU fellowship: An innovative orientation program for new graduates in critical care Focus on Critical Care, 18(2), 153-157
  • Strauss, W., & Howe, N. (1991) Generations: The history of America’s future, 1592-2069 New York: William Morrow,
  • Sampselle, C.M. (1990) The influence of feminist philosophy on nursing practice Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 22(4), 243-247
  • Stein, L.I., Watts, D.T., & Howell, T. (1990) The doctor-nurse game revisited The New England Journal of Medicine, 322,, 546-549
  • Stewart, M.J. (1990) From provide to partner: A conceptual framework for nursing education based on primary health care premises Advanced in Nursing Science, 12(2), 9-27
  • Schuman, H., & Scott, J. (1989) Generations and collective memories American Sociological Review, 54, 359-381
  • Stachura, L.M. (1989) Mentoring and other professional socialization relationships of RN after entry into practice Unpublished master’s thesis, Madonna University, Livonia,
  • Stevens, P. (1989) A critical social reconceptualization of environment in nursing: Implications for methodology Advances in Nursing Science, 11(4), 56-68
  • Smyth, T. (1988) Marginality and the role of the clinical teacher Journal of Advanced Nursing, 13, 621-630
  • Stewart-Dedman, M. (1988) Job satisfaction of NGs Western Journal of Nursing Research, 10(1), 66-72
  • Strauss, A.L. (1987) Qualitative analysis for social scientists Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press,
  • Sandelowski, M. (1986) The problem of rigor in qualitative research ANS, 8(3), 27-37
  • Sweeney, M.A., & Regan, P.A. (1982) Educators, employees, and NGs define essential skills for baccalaureate graduates Journal of Nursing Administration, September 12,
  • Speedling, E., Ahmadi, K., Kuhn-Weissman, G. (1981) Encountering reality: Reactions of newly hired RNs to the world of the medical center International Journal of Nursing Studies, 18, 217-225
  • Stern, P.N. (1980) Grounded theory methodology: Its uses and processes Image, 12(1), 20-23
  • Schmalenberg, C., & Kramer, M. (1979) Coping with reality shock: The voices of experience Wakefield, MA: Nursing Resources, Inc,
  • Simms, L., & Lindberg, J. (1978) The nurse person – developing perspectives for contemporary nursing New York: Harper & Row,
  • Schein, E.H. (1968) The first dilemma Psychology Today, 1(10), 27-37
  • Simpson, I.H. (1967) Patterns of socialization into professions: The case of student nurses Sociological Inquiry, 37(1), 47-54
  • Stein, L.I. (1967) The doctor-nurse game Archives of General Psychiatry, 16, 699-703
  • Stouffer, S. (1949) Studies in the social psychology of World War II Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press,
  • Stonequist, E. (1937) The marginal man New York: Russel and Russel,
  • Stonequist, E. (1935) The problem of the marginal man American Journal of Sociology, 41(1), 1-12
  • Stonequist, E. (1930) The marginal man: A study in the subjective aspects of cultural conflict Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation. University of Chicago, Chicago,