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The image in the download is Robert Mokken who developed non-parametric item response theory in his classic text: Mokken RJ (1971) A theory and procedure of scale analysis Moulton, de Gruyter/Berlin

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VAN DER BIEZEN M., SCHOONHOVEN L., WI JERS N., VAN DER BURGT R., WENSING M. & LAURANT M. (2016) Substitution of general practitioners by nurse practitioners in out-of-hours primary care: a quasi-experimental study. Journal of Advanced Nursing doi: 10.1111/jan.12954

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The image in the download is Robert Mokken who developed non-parametric item response theory in his classic text: Mokken RJ (1971) A theory and procedure of scale analysis Moulton, de Gruyter/Berlin

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GOSZCZYŃSKA E., KNOL-MICHAŁOWSKA K. & PETRYKOWSKA A. (2016) How do pregnant women justify smoking? A qualitative study with implications for nurses’ and midwives’ anti-tobacco interventions. Journal of Advanced Nursing doi: 10.1111/jan.12949

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PORTER J., HAINES T. & TRUBY H. (2016) Implementation of protected mealtimes in the subacute setting: stepped wedge cluster trial protocol. Journal of 1 Advanced Nursing doi: 10.1111/jan.12930


YOUNG A. , ALLIA A. , JOLLIFFE L . , DE JERSEY S . , MUDGE A. , MCRAE P. & BANKS M. (2016) Assisted or Protected Mealtimes? Exploring the impact of hospital mealtime practices on meal intake. Journal of Advanced Nursing doi: 10.1111/jan.12940

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The image in the download is Robert Mokken who developed non-parametric item response theory in his classic text: Mokken RJ (1971) A theory and procedure of scale analysis Moulton, de Gruyter/Berlin

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