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When the Worst Imaginable Becomes Reality: The Experience of Child Custody Loss in Mothers Recovering from Addictions
(Janus Head http://www.janushead.org/, 2013)
This article describes findings from a qualitative study that investigated the lived experiences of four mothers recovering from crack cocaine addictions who lost custody of their children. The project was guided by feminist ...
Licensed Practical Nurses becoming Registered Nurses: Conflicts and responses that can help
(Clinical Nursing Studies, 2013)
This article describes findings from a qualitative research project designed to understand the professional socialization experiences of Licensed Practical Nurses attending university to transition to the role of Registered ...
Becoming Socialized into a New Professional Role: LPN to BN Student Nurses’ Experiences with Legitimation
(Nursing Research and Practice, 2012-01)
This paper presents findings froma qualitative descriptive study that explored the professional socialization experiences of Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) who attended an online university to earn a Baccalaureate degree ...