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Submissions from 2021

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Women’s Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Symptom Perception, Attribution, and Care Seeking, John R. Blakeman, Wendy M. Woith, Kim S. Astroth, Sheryl H. Jenkins, and Stephen J. Stapleton

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Emergency Department Nurses’ Triage and Prioritization Decisions in Patients Experiencing Acute Coronary Syndrome Symptoms: An Integrative Review, Emily Swiderski and John R. Blakeman

Submissions from 2020

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Words Matter: Sex and Gender as Unique Variables in Research, John R. Blakeman

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Beliefs and Experiences of Nurse Educators Regarding Changing Answers on Examinations, John R. Blakeman and Pamela S. Laskowski

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A Holistic Exploration of Fatigue Experienced by Women before a Myocardial Infarction, John R. Blakeman, Wendy M. Woith, Kim S. Astroth, Sheryl H. Jenkins, and Stephen J. Stapleton

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A Qualitative Exploration of Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Fatigue Experienced by Women, John R. Blakeman, Wendy M. Woith, Kim S. Astroth, Sheryl H. Jenkins, and Stephen J. Stapleton

Submissions from 2019

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Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Fatigue: A Concept Analysis, John R. Blakeman

Submissions from 2018

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An Integrative Review of the Theory of Unpleasant Symptoms, John R. Blakeman

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Promoting Creativity Using a History and Physical Examination Project in an Undergraduate Course, John R. Blakeman and Brenna J. Clark

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An Integrative Review of Fatigue Experienced by Women Before and During Myocardial Infarction, John R. Blakeman and Stephen J. Stapleton

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Fatigue Experienced by Women Before and During Myocardial Infarction: An Integrative Review, John R. Blakeman and Stephen J. Stapleton

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INPUT: An academic–practice partnership to an underserved rural community, Judy Neubrander, Susan Franzen, and Rebecca Mathis

Submissions from 2017

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Integrating Feminist Theory into Myocardial Infarction Symptom Research, John R. Blakeman

Submissions from 2016

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Using Shampoo to Explore Qualitative Research With Undergraduate Students, John R. Blakeman

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Prodromal Myocardial Infarction Symptoms Experienced by Women, John R. Blakeman and Kathy J. Booker

Submissions from 2015

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Nurses’ Practices and Lead Selection in Monitoring for Myocardial Ischemia: An Evidence-Based Quality Improvement Project, John R. Blakeman, Katherine Sarsfield, and Kathy J. Booker

Submissions from 2014

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Job Embeddedness: A Concept Analysis, Orin Reitz

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The Job Embeddedness Instrument: An Evaluation of Validity and Reliability, Orin Reitz

Submissions from 2013

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Analysis of a Silent Voice: A Qualitative Inquiry of Embroidery Created by a Patient with Schizophrenia, John R. Blakeman, Sheryl J. Samuelson, and Kimberly N. McEvoy

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Reitz,A comparison of survey methods in studies of the nurse workforce, Orin Reitz and Mary Ann Anderson

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Job embeddedness scoring: Measurement equivalence between rural and urban nurses, Orin Reitz and Myoung Kim

Submissions from 2011

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The Current Context of Home Health Care. In Current Issues in Nursing (2011)., Mary A. Anderson, C Bailey, G L. Bargstadt, and Orin Reitz

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An Overview of Job Embeddedness, Orin Reitz and Mary Ann Anderson

Submissions from 2010

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Job Embeddeness and Nurse Retention, Orin Reitz, Mary Ann Anderson, and Pamela D. Hill