Enter your Email address:
Wolters Kluwer Health may email you for journal alerts and information, but is committed
to maintaining your privacy and will not share your personal information without
You currently have
no recent searches
You currently have no recent searches
An Existing Folder
A New Folder
The item(s) has been successfully added to "".
Colleague's E-mail is Invalid
Your Name: (optional)
Separate multiple e-mails with a (;).
Thought you might appreciate this item(s) I saw at Nursing Research.
Send a copy to your email
Your message has been successfully sent to your colleague.
Some error has occurred while processing your request. Please try after some time.
Save my selection
Articles with qualitative research background
Black, Helen K.; Santanello, Holly R.; Caruso, Christa J.
Black, Helen K.; Santanello, Holly R.; Caruso, Christa J. Less
Nursing Research. 62(6):430-437, November/December 2013.
Black et al. article - Nov/Dec 2013
Evans, Linda A.
Evans, Linda A. Less
Nursing Research. 62(6):372-382, November/December 2013.
Evans et al. article Nov/Dec 2013
Go to Full Text of this Article
Happ, Mary Beth; Hoffman, Leslie A.; DiVirgilio, Dana; More
Happ, Mary Beth; Hoffman, Leslie A.; DiVirgilio, Dana; Higgins, Linda W.; Orenstein, David M. Less
Nursing Research. 62(5):305-314, September/October 2013.
Happ et al. article
Buxton, Barbara K.; Snethen, Julia
Buxton, Barbara K.; Snethen, Julia Less
Nursing Research. 62(4):252-259, July/August 2013.
Buxton et al.
Hamilton, Jill B.; Moore, Angelo D.; Johnson, Khishaana A.; More
Hamilton, Jill B.; Moore, Angelo D.; Johnson, Khishaana A.; Koenig, Harold G. Less
Nursing Research. 62(3):178-184, May/June 2013.
Hamilton et al.
Henly, Susan J.
Henly, Susan J. Less
Nursing Research. 62(1):1, January/February 2013.
Schmidt, Lee A.
Schmidt, Lee A. Less
Nursing Research. 59(6):400-406, November/December 2010.
Wang, Yu-Hsin; Chen, Shin-Hong; Jou, Hei-Jen; More
Wang, Yu-Hsin; Chen, Shin-Hong; Jou, Hei-Jen; Tsao, Lee-Ing Less
Nursing Research. 60(1):66-72, January/February 2011.
Im, Eun-Ok; Lee, Bokim; Chee, Wonshik; More
Im, Eun-Ok; Lee, Bokim; Chee, Wonshik; Dormire, Sharon; Brown, Adama Less
Nursing Research. 59(1):26-33, January/February 2010.
The qualitative data from 90 middle-aged women in the United States who attended four ethnic-specific online forums of the larger study were examined using thematic analysis.
Schachman, Kathleen A.
Schachman, Kathleen A. Less
Nursing Research. 59(1):11-17, January/February 2010.
This article explores the lived experience of first-time fatherhood from the unique perspective of military men deployed to combat regions during birth.
Donalek, Julie G.
Donalek, Julie G. Less
Nursing Research. 58(5):332-339, September/October 2009.
This article describes the responses of the parent and the ensuing family system responses to the presence of chronic fatigue syndrome as a chronic parental illness.
Driessnack, Martha Less
Nursing Research. 58(5):304-311, September/October 2009.
This article explores the feasibility and the utility of adapting elements of the CEGRM for use with children.
Beck, Cheryl Tatano
Beck, Cheryl Tatano Less
Nursing Research. 58(4):237-245, July/August 2009.
This study investigates mothers' experiences caring for their children who have an OBPI.
Jones, Randy A.; Steeves, Richard; Williams, Ishan
Jones, Randy A.; Steeves, Richard; Williams, Ishan Less
Nursing Research. 58(6):452-456, November/December 2009.
A systematic description is provided of the recruitment efforts for a hermeneutic phenomenological qualitative study of African American men's experiences in decision making on whether to have a prostate cancer screening.
Wall, Barbra Mann
Wall, Barbra Mann Less
Nursing Research. 58(3):158-165, May/June 2009.
This article explores religious beliefs, practices, and representations of the Alexian Brothers, a religious order of Catholic nursing brothers, and the role of gender in this discourse.
Connor, Karen; McNeese-Smith, Donna; van Servellen, Gwen; More
Connor, Karen; McNeese-Smith, Donna; van Servellen, Gwen; Chang, Betty; Lee, Martin; Cheng, Eric; Hajar, Abdulrahman; Vickrey, Barbara G. Less
Nursing Research. 58(5):348-358, September/October 2009.
The aims of this study were to identify and report on an application of mixed methods of qualitative statistical techniques, based on a theoretical framework, and to construct variables for factor analysis and exploratory factor analytic steps for identifying domains of dementia care management.
Lynn, Mary R.; Morgan, Jennifer Craft; Moore, Katherine A.
Lynn, Mary R.; Morgan, Jennifer Craft; Moore, Katherine A. Less
Nursing Research. 58(3):166-174, May/June 2009.
Because work satisfaction of nurses is related negatively to turnover and related positively to performance, it is essential that it be assessed accurately and meaningfully. The most commonly used scales for assessment of satisfaction were developed at least 30 years ago and are not consistent with the concerns of today's nurses.
Porter, Eileen J.; Lasiter, Sue
Porter, Eileen J.; Lasiter, Sue Less
Nursing Research. 57(5):351-359, September/October 2008.
Over 18 months, a series of tape-recorded interviews was completed, focusing on perceptions about changes in feeling safe at home and precautions to prevent the need to reaching help quickly. Data analyzed were drawn from interviews with the 32 women who reported intentions to reduce intrusion risk.
Beck, Cheryl Tatano; Watson, Sue
Beck, Cheryl Tatano; Watson, Sue Less
Nursing Research. 57(4):228-236, July/August 2008.
Phenomenology was the qualitative research design used to investigate mothers' breast-feeding experiences after birth trauma. Fifty-two women were recruited over the Internet through the assistance of Trauma and Birth Stress, a charitable trust located in New Zealand. Each mother sent her breast-feeding story to the researchers via the Internet. Colaizzi's (1978) method was used to analyze the data.
Wittich, Walter; Southall, Kenneth
Wittich, Walter; Southall, Kenneth Less
Nursing Research. 57(6):436-443, November/December 2008.
The objective of this study was to examine the content of a self-motivated diary written by a person who underwent 77 days of facedown positioning after macular hole surgery. Her narrative about the obstacles during this postsurgical requirement resulted in an insightful description of several core topics relevant to patient care.
Stay up-to-date! Be notified every time a new item is added. Receive an Email or subscribe to an RSS feed.