Items where Department/School is "Schools > Centre for Health & Social Practice" and Year is 2010
Number of items: 21.
Cox, Paula C. (2010) Experience of midwives leaving Lead Maternity Care (LMC) practice: A phenomenological study. In: 11th Biennial National Conference Rotorua 3rd - 5th September 2010: New Zealand College of Midwives Conference 2010: Strengthening Midwifery... Strengthening Families: He Rata ki te Kohanga: He Kura Tangata ki te Ao: Registration Brochure. New Zealand College of Midwives, p. 29.
Stewart, Jane and Dannenfeldt, Gudrun and Fester, Victor and Stewart, Kevin and McHaffie, Jackie (2010) Linking assessment to learning for authentic practice: Rethinking assessment for the science modules in a 1st year nursing programme. In: Improving Student Learning: For the Twenty-First Century Learner. Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, England, pp. 47-60.
Crocket, Kathie and Cahill, Fran and Flanagan, Paul and Franklin, John and McGill, Robyn and Stewart, Angela and Whalan, Mary and Mulcahy, Diane (2010) Possibilities and limits of cross-disciplinary supervision: An exploratory study. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 29 (2). pp. 25-46. ISSN 1171-0365
Hermann, Fiona (2010) Adoption and midwives. Midwifery News (58). p. 35. ISSN 1175-7981
James, Liz (2010) Why reflective writing? Birthspirit Midwifery Journal (5). pp. 23-26. ISSN 1172-9457
Bolstad, Ngaire (2010) ‘Lived’ experiences of casual agency staff nurses: A meta synthesis of qualitative studies. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Carter, Lynn J. (2010) Am I doing the right thing? Plunket nurses' experience in making decisions to report suspected child abuse and neglect. Masters thesis, Wintec.
Coombes, Sharon Julia (2010) An analysis of triage four and five patients who 'did not wait' out of hours: A critical social theory perspective of one rural emergency department. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Cowley, Julie (2010) Primary health care nurses caring for people with diabetes: An integrative review of the literature. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Finlayson, Lynette (2010) One nurse’s experience of providing care while working within an overcrowded emergency department: An autoethnographic study. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Hockings, Heather Rose (2010) Moving on: An exploration of one nurse's experience of transition from one practice environment to another. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Meek, Gillian (2010) Second level nurses: a critical examination of their evolving role in New Zealand healthcare. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Sole, Cheryl (2010) Lived experience of a neonatal homecare nurse. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Thompson, Tracy (2010) Mothering the technology dependent infant: A review of the literature. Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Wallis, Sharyn (2010) Nursing handover research project: How is nursing handover talked about in the literature? Masters dissertation thesis, Wintec.
Conference or Workshop Item
Chileshe, Wendy and McClunie-Trust, Patricia (2010) Autoethnography as critical inquiry: Self-narratives of a black foreign educated nurse working in New Zealand. In: Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines (CEAD) Hui 2010, 17-19 November, 2010, Hamilton, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
Greenwood, Sallie (2010) Destabilising dynamics of envy in co-mother relationships. In: 5th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2-5 August, 2010, Cambridge, England. (Unpublished)
Hermann, Fiona and Milne, Tania and James, Liz (2010) Metamorphosis: Becoming a midwifery educator in the age of technology. In: New Zealand College of Midwives 11th Biennial Conference: Strengthening midwifery... Strengthening families: He Rata ki te Kohanga: He Kura Tangata ki te Ao, 3-5 September, 2010, Rotorua, New Zealand. (Unpublished)
McClunie-Trust, Patricia (2010) Ethical challenges in qualitative health research: Positioning the self as nurse researcher. In: 11th Advances in Qualitative Methods Conference 2010, 7-8 October, 2010, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
McClunie-Trust, Patricia (2010) Nurse family members: "The call to care" for our own relatives. In: 16th Annual Qualitative Health Research Conference: Challenging the Boundaries, 3-5 October, 2010, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Stewart, Angela and Flanagan, Paul and Crocket, Kathie (2010) Possibilities and limits of cross-disciplinary supervision: An exploratory study. In: Aotearoa Professional Supervision Conference 2010: Professional Supervision: Common threads, different patterns, 29 April - 1 May, 2010, Auckland, New Zealand. (Submitted)