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30-Aug-2010Asia-Pacific nursing scholarship development: Qualitative exploration of nurse scholars in Taiwan (Republic of China)Sue Turale; Fu Jin Shih; Areewan Klunklin; Ratanawadee Chontawan; Misae Ito; Fujiko Nakao
1-Jun-2020Challenging times: ethics, nursing and the COVID-19 pandemicSue Turale; Chutima Meechamnan; Wipada Kunaviktikul
17-Sep-2019Choosing the right qualitative approach: Is phenomenography a design for my study?Ponnambily Jobin; Sue Turale
1-Jan-2019The contribution of nurses to health policy and advocacy requires leaders to provide training and mentorshipSue Turale; Wipada Kunaviktikul
1-Mar-2020Essential clinical skill components of new graduate nurses: A qualitative studySirirat Vichittragoonthavon; Areewan Klunklin; Orn Anong Wichaikhum; Nongkran Viseskul; Sue Turale
1-Jan-2014Ethical dilemmas: The challenge of advocating for human rightsSue Turale
1-Feb-2017An ethnography of health-promoting faculty in a Thailand universitySomjai Sirakamon; Ratanawadee Chontawan; Thitinut Akkadechanun; Sue Turale
1-Dec-2011Factors influencing the development of a Thai health-promoting faculty of nursing: An ethnographic explorationSomjai Sirakamon; Ratanawadee Chontawan; Thitinut Akkadechanun; Sue Turale
1-Sep-2020Giving undergraduate nursing students international experiences: Issues and strategiesSue Turale; Wipada Kunaviktikul; Jutarat Mesukko
1-Jan-2015A grounded theory study of 'turning into a strong nurse': Earthquake experiences and perspectives on disaster nursing educationYan Li; Sue Turale; Teresa E. Stone; Marcia Petrini
1-Jan-2009Illness perspectives of Thais diagnosed with schizophreniaLadda Sanseeha; Ratanawadee Chontawan; Hunsa Sethabouppha; Chamlong Disayavanish; Sue Turale
1-Feb-2020Internationalizing nursing curricula in a rapidly globalizing worldWipada Kunaviktikul; Sue Turale
1-Sep-2020“It is really so exhausting”: Exploring intensive care nurses’ perceptions of 24-hour long shiftsVirya Koy; Jintana Yunibhand; Sue Turale
1-Sep-2018A moral and humanitarian imperative: the protection of health workers in war and conflictSue Turale
1-Jan-2016Nurse Burnout, Nurse-Reported Quality of Care, and Patient Outcomes in Thai HospitalsApiradee Nantsupawat; Raymoul Nantsupawat; Wipada Kunaviktikul; Sue Turale; Lusine Poghosyan
1-Jan-2020The nutritional health beliefs of nurses in Japan, Thailand, China and AustraliaSue Turale; Teresa Elizabeth Stone; Warunee Fongkaew
1-Apr-2020Palliative care guidelines for physicians and nurses caring for children and their families in the pediatric intensive care units: A participatory action research studyJutarat Mesukko; Sue Turale; Usanee Jintrawet; Srimana Niyomkar
1-Dec-2011Preliminary clinical nursing leadership competency model: A qualitative study from ThailandTreeyaphan Supamanee; Marisa Krairiksh; Laddawan Singhakhumfu; Sue Turale
1-Jan-2019Psychometric evaluation of the Nurse Competence Scale: A cross-sectional studyPhanida Juntasopeepun; Sue Turale; Haruka Kawabata; Hunsa Thientong; Yuko Uesugi; Hiroya Matsuo
1-Jun-2010Readiness for self-directed learning among nursing students in ThailandAreewan Klunklin; Nongkran Viseskul; Acharaporn Sripusanapan; Sue Turale