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‘On the edge of a whirlpool’: Living with a fear of needle procedures
This study explores the lived experience of needle phobia through individual interviews with five participants. The understanding and experience of three medical imaging nurses carrying out procedures on patients with ...
Will someone walk with me? A case study exploration of graduate nurses’ perceptions of the preceptored experience
The transition from student to registered nurse is a challenging and often stressful time in a nurse’s career. “Will someone walk with me?’ is a case study research project that explores the graduate nurses’ perceptions ...
Local community knowledge, perceptions, and experiences of malaria prevention in the highlands of Papua New Guinea
Background Malaria is becoming common and causing seasonal epidemics in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea (Mueller et al., 2005). Malaria is mainly affecting the health of the local population who live in bush huts. The ...