L. J. Gallaher

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The research outlined in this paper used Heideggerian phenomenology, as interpreted and utilised by Benner (1984) to examine the phenomenon of expert public health nursing practice within a New Zealand community health setting. Narrative interviews were conducted with eight identified expert practitioners who are currently practising in this speciality(More)
by the Monte Carlo method. The variance reduction scheme used here is a form of stratified sampling. The advantages of stratified sampling are well known [I], and the concept of optimum stratification is discussed in most text books on Monte Carlo methods [2, 3, 4]. The advantages of adaptive quadrature are also well known, and many such algorithms have(More)
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