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Phenomenological nursing research: methodological insights derived from Heidegger's interpretive phenomenology.
  • S. Mackey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • International journal of nursing studies
  • 1 February 2005
The phenomenological approach is increasingly being utilised as the method structure for nursing research studies. However, the nursing literature is beginning to reflect a concern with nurseExpand
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Front line nurses' experiences with deteriorating ward patients: a qualitative study.
BACKGROUND Nurses in the general ward are faced with patients who are at high risk of clinical deterioration. Having the key role in performing routine vital signs monitoring, non-registered nursesExpand
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The Iranians: Persia, Islam, and the Soul of a Nation
In "The Iranians," eminent Middle East expert Sandra Mackey brings us invaluable understanding of a complex, contradictory, and sometimes volatile people. Beginning with the ancient Persian empiresExpand
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The Saudis: Inside the Desert Kingdom
Sandra Mackey lived in Saudi Arabia for four years, and as far as the authorities knew, she was simply the wife of an American doctor. But she saw things and traveled to places rarely viewed by anyExpand
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The experience of health and wellness in mothers of young children with intellectual disabilities
  • S. Mackey, L. Goddard
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID
  • 1 December 2006
Today in Australian society the majority of families who have a child with a physical or intellectual disability will take care of that child across their lifespan. Mothers bear most of the burdenExpand
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Women’s experience of being well during peri-menopause: A phenomenological study
  • S. Mackey
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Contemporary nurse
  • 1 May 2007
Abstract A research study was conducted to investigate women’s experience of being well during the peri-menopause because much of the research investigating the experience of menopause hasExpand
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People with an intellectual disability in the discourse of chronic and complex conditions: an invisible group?
People with an intellectual disability and their families experience poorer health care compared with the general population. Living with an intellectual disability is often challenged by coexistingExpand
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Student feedback on teaching: some issues for consideration for nurse educators.
In this paper, we outline some key points about student feedback for nurse educators to consider. For nursing students, providing feedback offers an opportunity to communicate whether relevant andExpand
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Massage as a nursing intervention: using reflection to achieve change in practice.
  • S. Mackey
  • Medicine
  • Contemporary nurse
  • 1 March 1998
The process of reflection can be used by nurse educators to more fully understand the nature of nursing practice and to actively use that understanding to bring about change through education. ThisExpand
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