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  • The examination of assumptions in clinical nursing practice 

    Bate, Debbie. (Brock University, 1994-07-09)
    This was a study designed to identify and explore the assumptions that Registered Nurses have about their current nursing role and practice. A qualitative case study approach was used to gather descriptive data. Thirteen ...
  • Nurses' attitudes toward computers before and two months after training 

    Noble, E. J. (Brock University, 2002-07-09)
    This study examined nurses' attitudes toward computers before training and 2 months after training. A quantitative approach and a nonexperimental survey design were used in this study. Stronge and Brodt's (1985) instrument, ...
  • Nursing staffs' perceptions of a generic service manager position 

    Lankshear, Sara. (Brock University, 1996-07-09)
    The recent reengineering within the health care industry has challenged many assumptions regarding traditional structures and roles. Within a product-line management structure, the traditional viewpoint that those who ...