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  • Ward, D., & Berkowitz, B. (2002) Arching the flood: How to bridge the gap between nursing schools and hospitals Health Affairs, 21(5), 42-53
  • Welk, D.S. (2002) Designing clinical examples to promote pattern recognition: Nursing education-based research and practical applications Journal of Nursing Education, 41(2), 53-60
  • Wieck, K.L., Prydun, M.,& Walsh, T. (2002) What the emerging workforce wants in its leaders Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 34(3), 283-288
  • Wright, A. (2002) Precepting in 2002 Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 33(3), 138-141
  • Ward, C, Bochner, S., & Furnham, A. (2001) The psychology of culture shock (2nd ed.) Philadelphia: Routledge,
  • Webb, C., & Kever, J. (2001) Focus groups as a research method: A critique of some aspects of their use in nursing research Journal of Advanced Nursing, 33(6), 798-805
  • Weston, M. (2001) Coaching generations in the workplace Nursing Administration Quarterly, 25(2), 11-21
  • Whitehead, J. (2001) Newly qualified staff nursesí perceptions of the role transition British Journal of Nursing, 10(5), 330-339
  • Wolburg, J.M., & Pokrywczynski, J. (2001) A psychographic analysis of generation Y college students Journal of Advertising Research, September-October, 33-52
  • Wallace, P. (2000) Have you got the Y factor? Management Today, June 2000, 72-73
  • Watson, S. (2000) The support that mentors receive in the clinical setting Nurse Education Today, 20, 585-592
  • Webster, A., Hingley, P., & Franey, J. (2000) Professionalization and the reduction of uncertainty: A study of new entrants to educational psychology Educational Psychology in Practice, 16(4), 431-448
  • Winter-Collins, A., & McDaniel, A. (2000) Sense of belonging and NG satisfaction Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 16(3), 103-111
  • Wong, F.W.H. (2000) Learning group: Facilitating the adaptation of new nurses to the specialty unit Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 31(5), 209-212
  • Wong, F.K.Y., Lee, W.M., Wong, F.K.Y (2000) A phenomenological study of early nursing experiences in Hong Kong Journal of Advanced Nursing, 31(6), 1509-1517
  • Wuest, J. (2000) Negotiating with helping systems: An example of grounded theory evolving through emergent fit Qualitative Health Research, 10(1), 51-70
  • Walker, J., & Bailey, S. (1999) The clinical performance of new degree graduates Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 14(2), 31-42
  • Wells, D.L. (1999) The importance of critical theory to nursing: A description using research concerning discharge decision-making Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 27(2), 45-58
  • Walker, J. (1998) The transition to registered nurse: The experience of a group of New Zealand degree graduates Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 13(2), 36-43
  • Wells, N., Barnard, T., Mason, L., Ames, A., & Minnen, T. (1998) Work transitions Journal of Nursing Administration, 28(2), 50-56
  • Were, G., & Crossen, S. (1998) From student to Registered Nurse Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, 4(2), 21
  • Wheeler, H. (1998) Nurse occupational stress research: Sources and determinants of stress British Journal of Nursing, 7, 40-43
  • Willis, E., & Parish, K. (1997) Managing the doctor-nurse game: A nursing and social science analysis Contemporary Nurse, 6(3/4), 136-143
  • White, A. (1996) A theoretical framework created from a repertory grid analysis of graduate nurses in relation to the feelings they experience in clinical practice Journal of Advanced Nursing, 24, 144-150
  • Wicks, D. (1995) Nurses and doctors and discourse of healing Australian and New Zealand Journal of Sociology, 3(2), 122-139
  • Wuest, J. (1995) Feminist grounded theory: An exploration of the congruency and tensions between two traditions in knowledge discovery Qualitative Health Research, 5(1), 125-137
  • Wuest, J. (1994) Professionalism and the evolution of nursing as a discipline: A feminist perspective Journal of Professional Nursing, 10(6), 357-367
  • Wills, J.M.M. (1991) Clinical knowledge of novice and expert nurses caring for a child with a tracheostomy Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh,
  • Wilson, A., & Startup, R. (1991) Nurse socialization: Issues and problems Journal of Advanced Nursing, 16, 1478-1486
  • Watson, J. (1989) A new paradigm of curriculum development. In E. O. Bevis, & J. Watson (Eds.) Toward a caring curriculum: A new pedagogy for nursing. New York, New York: National League for Nursing,
  • Wetzel, K., Berg, S., & Gallagher, D. (1989) Nursing education and organizational commitment: Degree versus diploma programs Canadian Journal of Nursing Administration, 2, 9-14
  • Weitstein, M. (1971) Women in sexist society: Studies in power and powerlessness New York: Basic Books,
  • Weir, G.N. (1932) Survey of nursing education in Canada Toronto: University of Toronto Press,
  • Webster, A., Hingley, P., & Franey, J. () Professionalization and reduction of uncertainty: A study of new entrants to educational psychology Educational Psychology in Practice, 16(4), 431-448