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Submissions from 1997

Math-Yes You Can! – Clinical Problem Solving, Nancy Duffy

Submissions from 1995

Nursing leadership strategies for the year 2000, S. E. Birmingham

The upside down review: Creating stronger staff alliances, S. E. Birmingham and R. Zingales

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Planning Nursing Education for the 21st Century, Nancy Duffy, Carolyn D. Foster, RuthAnn Kuiper, Joyce T. Long, and Lynn D. Robinson

Submissions from 1994

Nursing, consumerism, and the reality of the resources, S. E. Birmingham, R. Meehan, D. M. Zigmund, and L. Pierro

The empowerment of an inner-city women’s center, S. Boyle, S. E. Birmingham, and L. Clark

Submissions from 1993

A 33-year-old Woman with a Propranolol and Chlorpromazine Overdose, with Applied Nursing Diagnoses, Nancy Duffy

Submissions from 1990

The era of counterbalancing technology in pediatric nursing, S. E. Birmingham and N. Hanley

Nursing, consumerism, and the reality of the resources, S. E. Birmingham, R. Meehan, D. M. Zigmund, and L. Pierro

Nursing Assessment for the ED, Nancy Duffy

Submissions from 1989

The effective health care executive, S. E. Birmingham and D. Armstrong

Submissions from 1988

Nursing, consumerism, and the reality of the resources, S. E. Birmingham, R. Meehan, D. M. Zigmund, and L. Pierro

Submissions from 1987

Power in nursing, D. Armstrong and S. E. Birmingham

An administrators view: Ten years later, D. Armstrong, S. E. Birmingham, and J. Schuch

Absenteeism and its relationship to job satisfaction, performance, professionalism, and turnover among registered nurses, S. E. Birmingham

Nursing in the United States, S. E. Birmingham

Your singular contribution in nursing, S. E. Birmingham

Head nurse perceptions of performance appraisal outcomes, L. Harland, M. Schneider, and S. E. Birmingham

Submissions from 1986

Books of the year: Nursing administration, D. Armstrong, A. Duer, B. Linkous, K. Anderson, C. Johnson, M. Hanson, J. Schuch, and S. E. Birmingham

Absenteeism and its relationship to job satisfaction, performance, professionalism, and turnover among registered nurses, S. E. Birmingham

The quantifiable costs of absenteeism, S. E. Birmingham