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  1. 1. A new model of healing for the profession of nursing.

    Author(s): Manthey M

    Citation: Creative Nursing, 01 January 2010, vol./is. 16/1(18-20), 10784535

    Publication Date: 01 January 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  2. 2. Promoting nursing as a profession, and enhancing our professionalism.

    Author(s): Fitz-Gerald B

    Citation: SRNA Newsbulletin, 01 January 2010, vol./is. 12/1(13-13), 14947668

    Publication Date: 01 January 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  3. 3. Fingerprints in place of passwords: A study of technology adoption in the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Francisco, James R

    Citation: [Dissertation] 01 January 2010, (146 pages)

    Publication Date: 01 January 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  4. 4. Nursing as a degree profession.

    Author(s): Lepper J, Billington J, Greenfield J, Gray M

    Citation: Independent Nurse, 18 January 2010, vol./is. /(36-37), 17479800

    Publication Date: 18 January 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  5. 5. Is nursing a profession or a job?

    Author(s): Cardillo D

    Citation: American Nurse Today, 01 February 2010, vol./is. 5/2(0-1), 19305583

    Publication Date: 01 February 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  6. 6. Your membership brings value to YOU as a professional AND brings value to the profession of nursing.

    Citation: Tennessee Nurse, 01 March 2010, vol./is. 73/1(11-11), 10553134

    Publication Date: 01 March 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  7. 7. Genomics, self-medication, Bophal, citizenship: why should such a mixed bag matter for the nursing profession? [Italian].

    Author(s): Tognoni G

    Citation: Assistenza Infermieristica e Ricerca, 01 April 2010, vol./is. 29/2(58-61), 15925986

    Publication Date: 01 April 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  8. 8. Nursing is a caring profession.

    Author(s): Dlamini S

    Citation: Nursing Update, 01 April 2010, vol./is. 34/3(53-53),

    Publication Date: 01 April 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  9. 9. Promoting nursing as a profession, and enhancing our professionalism.

    Author(s): Fitz-Gerald B

    Citation: SRNA Newsbulletin, 01 April 2010, vol./is. 12/2(14-14), 14947668

    Publication Date: 01 April 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  10. 10. Palliative care: a new specialty in profession of nursing?

    Author(s): Pimenta CAM

    Citation: Acta Paulista de Enfermagem, 01 May 2010, vol./is. 23/3(0-1), 01032100

    Publication Date: 01 May 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  11. 11. Job demands-resources, burnout and intention to leave the nursing profession: a questionnaire survey.

    Author(s): Jourdain G, Chênevert D

    Citation: International Journal of Nursing Studies, 01 June 2010, vol./is. 47/6(709-722), 00207489

    Publication Date: 01 June 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  12. 12. Your membership brings value to you as a professional and brings value to the profession of nursing.

    Citation: Tennessee Nurse, 01 September 2010, vol./is. 73/3(14-14), 10553134

    Publication Date: 01 September 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  13. 13. In a flash. IOM report: Transformation of nursing profession required.

    Citation: Healthcare Traveler, 01 November 2010, vol./is. 18/5(6-7), 10775676

    Publication Date: 01 November 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  14. 14. Goodbye Cherry Ames: a social worker reflects on how her image of the nursing profession has evolved.

    Author(s): Cassidy R

    Citation: American Journal of Nursing, 01 November 2010, vol./is. 110/11(72-72), 0002936X

    Publication Date: 01 November 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  15. 15. The effect of work environment on intent to leave the nursing profession: a case study of bedside registered nurses in rural Florida.

    Author(s): Cortelyou-Ward, Kendall H., Unruh, Lynn, Fottler, Myron D.

    Citation: Health Services Management Research, 01 November 2010, vol./is. 23/4(185-192), 09514848

    Publication Date: 01 November 2010

    Source: CINAHL

  16. 16. Survivors of adverse childhood experiences choosing the nursing and forensic nursing profession -- a study.

    Author(s): Alocer M, Bleything J, Brogan C, Feletti V

    Citation: On the Edge, 01 December 2010, vol./is. 16/4(1-1),

    Publication Date: 01 December 2010

    Source: CINAHL

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  17. 17. Nurse practitioners' job satisfaction and intent to leave current positions, the nursing profession, and the nurse practitioner role as a direct care provider.

    Author(s): De Milt DG, Fitzpatrick JJ, McNulty SR

    Citation: Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 01 January 2011, vol./is. 23/1(42-50), 10412972

    Publication Date: 01 January 2011

    Source: CINAHL

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  18. 18. Adjustment to the nursing profession: A longitudinal study of changes in perceived fit and indicators of adjustment.

    Author(s): Sampson, Julie M

    Citation: [Dissertation] 01 January 2011, (227 pages)

    Publication Date: 01 January 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  19. 19. A critical literature review exploring work engagement in the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Willoughby, Crystal M

    Citation: [Dissertation] 01 January 2011, (127 pages)

    Publication Date: 01 January 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  20. 20. 2009-2010: a very full year! The youth committee has a range of responsibilities, including the promotion of the nursing profession and the integration of young nurses. What exactly does that involve? [French].

    Citation: Perspective Infirmiere, 02 January 2011, vol./is. 8/1(8-8), 17081890

    Publication Date: 02 January 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  21. 21. Employers requiring BSNs ahead of nursing profession... "A matter of degree: hospitals begin to require BSNs, but aren't waiting on BSN in 10 legislation" (Oct. 11).

    Author(s): Cohen, Miriam

    Citation: Nursing Spectrum -- New York & New Jersey Edition, 10 January 2011, vol./is. 23/1(11-11), 10813101

    Publication Date: 10 January 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  22. 22. A day of advocating for the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Davis, Kelly

    Citation: DNA Reporter, 01 February 2011, vol./is. 36/1(10-10), 04185412

    Publication Date: 01 February 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  23. 23. RN inspired by nursing leader at a young age... "Retired nursing leader chose the "best" profession" Jan/Feb 2011.

    Author(s): Vaivods, Mae

    Citation: Registered Nurse Journal, 01 March 2011, vol./is. 23/2(7-7), 14840863

    Publication Date: 01 March 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  24. 24. Is Nursing a Profession in Turkey?

    Author(s): Celik, Serpil, Kececi, Ayla, Bulduk, Serap

    Citation: Hospital Topics, 01 April 2011, vol./is. 89/2(43-50), 00185868

    Publication Date: 01 April 2011

    Source: CINAHL

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  25. 25. Experience the reality -- a discussion on the enhancement of clinical nursing profession through volunteer services [Chinese].

    Author(s): Lin, YU

    Citation: Tzu Chi Nursing Journal, 01 May 2011, vol./is. 5/(26-35), 16831624

    Publication Date: 01 May 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  26. 26. A new down for the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Eveleigh, Marilyn

    Citation: Nursing in Practice: The Journal for Today's Primary Care Nurse, 01 July 2011, vol./is. /61(11-11), 14739445

    Publication Date: 01 July 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  27. 27. The meaning of the profession to students beginning a nursing undergraduate course [Portuguese].

    Author(s): Spindola, Thelma, Santiago, Maria Madalena de Andrade, da Costa Martins, Elizabeth Rose, Francisco, Marcio Tadeu Ribeiro

    Citation: Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, 01 July 2011, vol./is. 64/4(725-731), 00347167

    Publication Date: 01 July 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  28. 28. Nursing; A Profession of Paradoxes?

    Author(s): Bhagianadh, Divya

    Citation: International Journal of Nursing Education, 01 July 2011, vol./is. 3/2(22-25), 09749349

    Publication Date: 01 July 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  29. 29. Does Nursing Have to Be a Part-Time Profession? [Norwegian].

    Author(s): Ingstad, Kari, Kvande, Elin

    Citation: Nordic Nursing Research / Nordisk Sygeplejeforskning, 01 September 2011, vol./is. 1/3(206-218), 18922678

    Publication Date: 01 September 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  30. 30. Creating a new profession in cancer nursing? Experiences of working as a psychosocial nurse in cancer care.

    Author(s): Arving, Cecilia, Holmström, Inger

    Citation: Journal of Clinical Nursing, 15 September 2011, vol./is. 20/19/20(2939-2947), 09621067

    Publication Date: 15 September 2011

    Source: CINAHL

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  31. 31. Nursing: history and memories of the construction of a profession [Portuguese].

    Author(s): Carlos, Djailson Jose Delgado, Germano, Raimunda Medeiros

    Citation: Revista Mineira de Enfermagem, 01 October 2011, vol./is. 15/4(513-521), 14152762

    Publication Date: 01 October 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  32. 32. Mentoring in nursing: a key component of future growth and success as a profession.

    Author(s): Williams, Megan McNamara

    Citation: DNA Reporter, 01 November 2011, vol./is. 36/4(8-8), 04185412

    Publication Date: 01 November 2011

    Source: CINAHL

  33. 33. Comparison of nursing students' and clinical nurses' attitude toward the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Koushali AN, Hajiamini Z, Ebadi A

    Citation: Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research, July 2012, vol./is. 17/5(375-80), 1735-9066

    Publication Date: July 2012

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

  34. 34. Leaders in nursing: a celebration of giving to the profession.

    Citation: American Nurse, 01 July 2012, vol./is. 44/4(10-13), 00981486

    Publication Date: 01 July 2012

    Source: CINAHL

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  35. 35. Pre-registration nurse education: building the foundations of a nursing career and profession?

    Author(s): Barr, Owen, le May, Andrée

    Citation: Journal of Research in Nursing, 01 July 2012, vol./is. 17/4(309-311), 17449871

    Publication Date: 01 July 2012

    Source: CINAHL

  36. 36. Nursing -- A Sick Profession?

    Author(s): White, Harry L.

    Citation: American Journal of Nursing, 01 August 2012, vol./is. 112/8(47-50), 0002936X

    Publication Date: 01 August 2012

    Source: CINAHL

  37. 37. Psychosocial work environment and intention to leave the nursing profession: a cross-national prospective study of eight countries.

    Author(s): Li J, Shang L, Galatsch M, Siegrist J, Miüller BH, Hasselhorn HM

    Citation: International journal of health services : planning, administration, evaluation, 2013, vol./is. 43/3(519-36), 0020-7314

    Publication Date: 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

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  38. 38. If They Do Call You a Nurse, It Is Always a 'Male Nurse': Experiences of Men in the Nursing Profession.

    Author(s): Rajacich, Dale, Kane, Deborah, Williston, Courtney, Cameron, Sheila

    Citation: Nursing Forum, 01 January 2013, vol./is. 48/1(71-80), 00296473

    Publication Date: 01 January 2013

    Source: CINAHL

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  39. 39. Resistance to change in the nursing profession: creative transdisciplinary solutions.

    Author(s): Clark CS

    Citation: Creative nursing, 2013, vol./is. 19/2(70-6), 1078-4535

    Publication Date: 2013

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  40. 40. Plastic surgery nursing: a profession and a passion.

    Citation: Plastic Surgical Nursing, 01 January 2013, vol./is. 33/1(4-4), 07415206

    Publication Date: 01 January 2013

    Source: CINAHL

  41. 41. [Gerontological nursing, the production of knowledge in the profession (1970-1996)].

    Author(s): Kletemberg DF, Padilha MI

    Citation: Revista gaucha de enfermagem / EENFUFRGS, March 2013, vol./is. 34/1(86-93), 0102-6933

    Publication Date: March 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

  42. 42. [Contribution of 19th-century religious congregations in the development of the nursing profession].

    Author(s): Bezze S, Manzoni E, Di Mauro S

    Citation: Professioni infermieristiche, April 2013, vol./is. 66/2(75-84), 0033-0205

    Publication Date: April 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

  43. 43. [The beginnings of the nursing profession : the complementary relationship between secular caregivers and hospital nuns in France in the 17th and 18th centuries].

    Author(s): Diebolt E

    Citation: Recherche en soins infirmiers, June 2013(6-18), 0297-2964

    Publication Date: June 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

  44. 44. A Great Leap Forward in Nursing Profession [Chinese].

    Citation: Tzu Chi Nursing Journal, 01 June 2013, vol./is. 12/3(6-7), 16831624

    Publication Date: 01 June 2013

    Source: CINAHL

  45. 45. RCN issues red alert to the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Glasper A

    Citation: British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing), June 2013, vol./is. 22/12(706-7), 0966-0461

    Publication Date: June 2013

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  46. 46. Psychosocial Work Environment and Intention to Leave the Nursing Profession: A Cross-National Prospective Study of Eight Countries.

    Author(s): Li, Jian, Shang, Li, Galatsch, Michael, Siegrist, Johannes, Müller, Bernd Hans, Hasselhorn, Hans Martin, NEXT Study Group

    Citation: International Journal of Health Services, 01 September 2013, vol./is. 43/3(519-536), 00207314

    Publication Date: 01 September 2013

    Source: CINAHL

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  47. 47. I am keen to get back into nursing, but fear for the future of the profession.

    Author(s): Roebuck V

    Citation: Nursing standard (Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain) : 1987), October 2013, vol./is. 28/8(34), 0029-6570

    Publication Date: October 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

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  48. 48. Nursing at altitude: propelling the profession forward.

    Author(s): Jablonski L, Grypma S

    Citation: Journal of Christian nursing : a quarterly publication of Nurses Christian Fellowship, October 2013, vol./is. 30/4(250), 0743-2550

    Publication Date: October 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

  49. 49. Strong together-advocating for the nursing profession.

    Author(s): Ciambelli M

    Citation: Colorado nurse (1985), November 2013, vol./is. 113/4(1, 3), 8750-846X

    Publication Date: November 2013

    Source: MEDLINE from PubMed

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  50. 50. Nurses association as a determining force in the development of the nurse profession, a pending subject in Spanish Nursing [Spanish].

    Author(s): García-Juárez, Ma del Rosario

    Citation: Enfermeria Clinica, 01 November 2013, vol./is. 23/6(241-242), 11308621

    Publication Date: 01 November 2013

    Source: CINAHL

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