Nursing Inquiry

Papers
(The median citation count of Nursing Inquiry is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
White dominance in nursing education: A target for anti‐racist efforts93
Reflections on the lived experience of working with limited personal protective equipment during the COVID‐19 crisis61
Home‐care nurses’ distinctive work: A discourse analysis of what takes precedence in changing healthcare services31
The influence of engaging authentically on nurse–patient relationships: A scoping review26
Will ChatGPT undermine ethical values in nursing education, research, and practice?26
Nursing’s metaparadigm, climate change and planetary health25
An integrative literature review and critical reflection of intersectionality theory18
Centering Black feminist thought in nursing praxis17
The lived experience of severe maternal morbidity among Black women17
A Foucauldian discourse analysis of media reporting on the nurse‐as‐hero during COVID‐1917
The ethics of refusing to care for patients during the coronavirus pandemic: A Chinese perspective16
Black nurses in action: A social movement to end racism and discrimination15
Being heard – Supporting person‐centred communication in paediatric care using augmentative and alternative communication as universal design: A position paper15
Losing touch15
Abductive reasoning in nursing: Challenges and possibilities15
Experiences of intergenerational co‐parenting during the postpartum period in modern China: A qualitative exploratory study15
Education on the Sustainable Development Goals for nursing students: Is Freire the answer?13
Tackling discrimination and systemic racism in academic and workplace settings13
Towards abandoning the master’s tools: The politics of a universal nursing identity11
Healthcare professionals’ encounters with ethnic minority patients: The critical incident approach11
Pandemic racism – and the nursing response11
Learning from Florence Nightingale: A slow ethics approach to nursing during the pandemic11
Racialization in nursing: Rediscovering Antonio Gramsci’s concepts of hegemony and subalternity10
Patient engagement, involvement, or participation — entrapping concepts in nurse‐patient interactions: A critical discussion10
“It's like we're at war”: Nurses’ resilience and coping strategies during the COVID‐19 pandemic10
Conflict, confusion and inconsistencies: Pre‐registration nursing students’ perceptions and experiences of speaking up for patient safety9
Nurses as agents of disruption: Operationalizing a framework to redress inequities in healthcare access among Indigenous Peoples9
Being a real nurse: A secondary qualitative analysis of how public health nurses rework their work identities9
The necessity and possibilities of playfulness in narrative care with older adults9
Writing activities and the hidden curriculum in nursing education9
Gender blindness: On health and welfare technology, AI and gender equality in community care8
Striving to be in close proximity to the patient: An interpretive descriptive study of nursing practice from the perspectives of clinically experienced registered nurses8
Living alone and using social media technologies: The experience of Filipino older adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic8
Transparent teamwork: The practice of supervision and delegation within the multi‐tiered nursing team8
Moving beyond performative allyship8
An evaluation of instruments measuring behavioural aspects of the nurse–patient relationship8
Can nursing educators learn to trust the world’s most trusted profession?8
A qualitative analysis of stigmatizing language in birth admission clinical notes8
Revisiting the nursing metaparadigm: Acknowledging technology as foundational to progressing nursing knowledge8
Toward a moral commitment: Exposing the covert mechanisms of racism in the nursing discipline7
COVID‐19 as moral breakdown: Entangled ethical demands experienced by hospital‐based nurses in the early onset of the pandemic7
Beyond technology, drips, and machines: Moral distress in PICU nurses caring for end‐of‐life patients7
Optimising social conditions to improve autonomy in communication and care for ethnic minority residents in nursing homes: A meta‐synthesis of qualitative research7
Beyond transformational leadership in nursing: A qualitative study on rebel nurse leadership‐as‐practice7
Nursing is never neutral: Political determinants of health and systemic marginalization7
Perioperative nurses’ experiences in relation to surgical patient safety: A qualitative study7
‘This Is Not a Patient, This Is Property of the State’: Nursing, ethics, and the immigrant detention apparatus6
Illuminating antiracist pedagogy in nursing education6
Experiences of moral distress in a COVID‐19 intensive care unit: A qualitative study of nurses and respiratory therapists in the United States6
The Vitruvian nurse and burnout: New materialist approaches to impossible ideals6
A scoping review exploring the impact and negotiation of hierarchy in healthcare organisations6
Transformative dissonant encounters: Opportunities for cultivating antiracism in White nursing students6
Health equity knowledge development: A conversation with Black nurse researchers5
Time to get loud5
Reflections on whiteness: Racialised identities in nursing5
How to appear fully committed to doing nothing at all about structural and systemic racism: A modest proposal for health and higher education services5
What do we do about Florence Nightingale?5
Person‐specific evidence has the ability to mobilize relational capacity: A four‐step grounded theory developed in people with long‐term health conditions5
An integrative literature review and critical reflection on nurses' agency5
What is the practice of spiritual care? A critical discourse analysis of registered nurses’ understanding of spirituality5
Rituals, ghosts and glorified babysitters: A narrative analysis of stories nurses shared about working the night shift5
Structural injustice and dismantling racism in health and healthcare5
Nursing students doing gender: Implications for higher education and the nursing profession5
“Who has been here that looks like me?”: A narrative inquiry into Black, Indigenous, and People of Color graduate nursing students' experiences of white academic spaces5
A last resort? A scoping review of patient and healthcare worker attitudes toward strike action5
Institutional procedural discrimination, institutional racism, and other institutional discrimination: A nursing research example5
Exploring the meaning of critical incident stress experienced by intensive care unit nurses5
Racism, healthcare access and health equity for people seeking asylum5
Action research as a catalyst for change: Empowered nurses facilitating patient participation in rehabilitation5
The reasonable patient – A Swedish discursive construction4
Cognitive Continuum Theory: Can it contribute to the examination of confidentiality and risk‐actuated disclosure decisions of nurses practising in mental health?4
Transgender adolescent and young adult suicide: A bioecological perspective4
The COVID‐19 pandemic: Analysing nursing risk, care and careerscapes4
Challenging procedures used in systematic reviews by promoting a case‐based approach to the analysis of qualitative methods in nursing trials4
Norwegian nurses' perceptions of assisted dying requests from terminally ill patients—A qualitative interview study4
Entangled: A mixed method analysis of nurses with mental health problems who die by suicide4
On the bullshitisation of mental health nursing: A reluctant work rant4
Infrahuman madness: Mental health nursing and the discursive production of alterity4
Insights from birthing experiences of fistula survivors in North‐central Nigeria: Interplay of structural violence4
Walking a tightrope: A meta‐synthesis from frontline nurses during the COVID‐19 pandemic4
Tangled pasts, healthier futures: Nursing strategies to improve American Indian/Alaska Native health equity4
Being and becoming a nurse: Toward an ontological and reflexive turn in first‐year nursing education4
It is like ‘judging a book by its cover’: An exploration of the lived experiences of Black African mental health nurses in England4
“Go back to your country”: Exploring nurses' experiences of workplace conflict involving patients and patients' family members in two Canadian cities4
Nursing violent patients: Vulnerability and the limits of the duty to provide care4
Slow death by policy manual4
Understanding rebel nurse leadership‐as‐practice: Challenging and changing the status quo in hospitals4
A critical race analysis of structural and institutional racism: Rethinking overseas registered nurses' recruitment to and working conditions in the United Kingdom4
Psychosocial support for providers working high‐risk exposure settings during a pandemic: A critical discussion4
Trauma and survivance: The impacts of the COVID‐19 pandemic on Indigenous nursing students4
“He just teaches whatever he thinks is important”: Analysis of comments in student evaluations of teaching4
Nurse navigators and person‐centred care; delivered but not valued?3
Problematising assumptions about ‘centredness’ in patient and family centred care research in acute care settings3
Leadership moments: Understanding nurse clinician‐scientists' leadership as embedded sociohistorical practices3
The moral dilemma of interpreting workplace violence3
The problem of comparing nurse practitioner practice with medical practice3
Health (il)literacy: Structural vulnerability in the nurse navigator service3
Social acceleration, alienation, and resonance: Hartmut Rosa's writings applied to nursing3
Guidelines as governance: Critical reflections from a documentary analysis of guidelines to support user involvement in research3
The philosophy of Hans‐Georg Gadamer: An exemplar of the complicated relationship between philosophy and nursing practice3
Interpretive description in applied mixed methods research: Exploring issues of fit, purpose, process, context, and design3
A critical exploration of nurses' perceptions of access to oncology care among Indigenous peoples: Results of a national survey3
The nurse apprentice and fundamental bedside care: An historical perspective3
Transcending human frailties with technological enhancements and replacements: Transhumanist perspective in nursing and healthcare3
The essential role of nurses in supporting physical examination in telemedicine: Insights from an interaction analysis of postsurgical consultations in orthopedics3
On privilege and fragility3
The contemporary crisis of hallway healthcare: Implications of neoliberal health policy on the rise of emergency overcrowding3
Ethnic minority patients in healthcare from a Scandinavian welfare perspective: The case of Denmark3
The COVID‐19 vaccine in women: Decisions, data and gender gap2
Code poverty: An adaptation of the social‐ecological model to inform a more strategic direction toward nursing advocacy2
Stigmatization in nursing: Theoretical pathways and implications2
‘Maybe what I do know is wrong…’: Reframing educator roles and professional development for teaching Indigenous health2
Framing healthcare professionals in written adverse events: A discourse analysis2
Moving beyond Table 1: A critical review of the literature addressing social determinants of health in chronic condition symptom cluster research2
The evolving language of diversity2
Exposing othering in nursing education praxis2
Thinking rhizomatically and becoming successful with disabled students in the accommodations assemblage: Using storytelling as method2
Just‐relations and responsibility for planetary health: The global nurse agenda for climate justice2
“Not everybody approaches it that way”: Nurse‐trained health department directors’ leadership strategies and skills in public health2
Critical ethnography and its others: Entanglement of matter/meaning/madness2
Child health care nurses’ use of teaching practices and forms of knowledge episteme, techne and phronesis when leading parent education groups2
Socialized to care: Nursing student experiences with faculty, preceptors, and patients2
The principle of salvage in the context of COVID‐192
Control of resources in the nursing workplace: Power and patronage relations2
When to err is inhuman: An examination of the influence of artificial intelligence‐driven nursing care on patient safety2
Awakening to the climate emergency2
The position of home‐care nursing in primary health care: A critical analysis of contemporary policy documents2
How digital health documentation transforms professional practices in primary healthcare in Denmark: A WPR document analysis2
The influences of sociocultural norms on women's decision to disclose intimate partner violence: Integrative review2
Body care of older people in different institutionalized settings: A systematic mapping review of international nursing research from a Scandinavian perspective2
Two‐Eyed Seeing as a strategic dichotomy for decolonial nursing knowledge development and practice2
Decolonial, intersectional pedagogies in Canadian Nursing and Medical Education2
Community nurses and chronic disease in Israel: Professional dominance as a social justice issue2
Ways of walking, speaking and listening: Nursing practices and professional identities among Polish nurses in Norway2
Articulations of antimicrobial resistance in trade union financed journals for nurses in Scandinavia – A Foucauldian perspective2
“Recovery” in mental health services, now and then: A poststructuralist examination of the despotic State machine's effects2
High demand, high commitment work: What residential aged care staff actually do minute by minute: A participatory action study2
Which lives are worth saving? Biolegitimacy and harm reduction during COVID‐192
The  VOICE Children's Nursing Framework: Drawing on childhood studies to advance nursing practice with young people1
Five pathways into one profession: Fifty years of debate on differentiated nursing practice1
Fanny Bré in the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939): The meaning of nursing care in the international brigades1
Revealing historical perspectives on the professionalization of nursing education in Norway—Dilemmas in the past and the present1
Nursing students' experiences of moral uncertainty in the context of global health practicums1
Balancing security and care: Gender relations of nursing staff in forensic psychiatric care1
An inconvenience to the nurse's practice: A Foucault‐inspired study of ethnic minority patients1
The double gender bias in parental kidney donation among Muslim Arab patients1
Parental agency in pediatric palliative care1
Applying a Foucauldian lens to the Canadian code of ethics for registered nurses as a discursive mechanism for nurses professional identity1
Narrative care: Unpacking pandemic paradoxes1
Race‐induced trauma, antiracism, and radical self‐care1
The realities of being: A commentary on human wholeness in nursing1
From plaster casts to picket lines: Public support for industrial action in the National Health Service in England1
Increasing a patient's sense of security in the hospital: A theory of trust and nursing action1
Evolving beyond antiracism: Reflections on the experience of developing a cultural safety curriculum in a tertiary education setting1
Reflections on researching vulnerable populations: Lessons from a study with Bhutanese refugee women1
The standard of integrity may be useful when assessing arguments over qualitative review methods: The case of the Joanna Briggs Institute's rebuttal of a fundamental critique1
Attending to our conceptualisations of race and racism in the pursuit of antiracism: A critical interpretative synthesis of the nursing literature1
Can professional nursing value claims be refused? Might nursing values be accepted provisionally and tentatively?1
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A call for total nursing role reformation: Perceptions of Ghanaian nurses1
Hermeneutic Constructivism: One ontology for authentic understanding1
Decolonisation for health: A lifelong process of unlearning for Australian white nurse educators1
Creeping toward the policy table1
Commentary from the left to the right side of the ledger: Fully expressing the real value of nursing1
What is “determinant” in the social determinants of health? A case seen through multiple lenses1
Beyond the insider/outsider debate in “at‐home” ethnographies: Diffractive methodology and the onto‐epistemic entanglement of knowledge production1
Sharing the space of the creature: Intersubjectivity as a lens toward mutual human–wildlife dignity1
“I feel broken”: Chronicling burnout, mental health, and the limits of individual resilience in nursing1
Call for emergency action to limit global temperature increases, restore biodiversity, and protect health1
Findings from a mixed‐methods pragmatic cluster trial evaluating the impact of ethics education interventions on residential care‐givers1
The DASH model: Data for addressing social determinants of health in local health departments1
Nurses' ways of talking about their experiences of (in)justice in healthcare organizations: Locating the use of language as a means of analysis1
Work engagement, psychological empowerment and relational coordination in long‐term care: A mixed‐method examination of nurses' perceptions and experiences1
Professionalising care into compliance: The challenge for personalised care models1
The evolution of advanced nursing practice: Gender, identity, power and patriarchy1
Corporatising compassion? A contemporary history study of English NHS Trusts' nursing strategy documents1
Board talk: How members of executive hospital boards influence the positioning of nursing in crisis through talk1
Madness, sex, and risk: A poststructural analysis1
Challenges for hospital management in supporting nurses to deliver humanized care1
A critical examination of epistemological congruence between intersectionality and feminist poststructuralism: Toward an integrated framework for health research1
Exploring intersectoral collaboration in diabetes care: A positioning theoretical perspective1
Social media opposition to the 2022/2023 UK nurse strikes1
Mary Livermore andMy Story of the War: A nurse’s narrative journey1
Commentary: It takes time to develop interpretive depth in qualitative research1
Nursing's curious inattention to the impact of name mispronunciation1
A conceptual framework for understanding financial burden during serious illness1
A qualitative exploration of the strategies used by patients and nurses when navigating a standardised care programme1
Transforming normative, ableist, and biomedical orientations to living well and quality of life in nursing: Reimagining what a ventilated body can do1
Path of fear: Experiences of health professionals in the fight against COVID‐191
For the flaring up of the flu: The nurses of the Maggiore Hospital in Milan hit by the Spanish fever1
Exploring new frontiers of knowledge in nursing science for a just planetary order1
Abjection and the weaponization of bodily excretions in forensic psychiatry settings: A poststructural reflection1
A critical ethnographic perspective on risk and dangerousness in forensic psychiatry1
The experience of disgust by nursing and midwifery students: An interpretative phenomenological approach study1
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