Rural health nursing research review

global perspectives.

Doris S. Greiner, Doris F. Glick, Pamela A. Kulbok, Emma McKim Mitchell

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Abstract

The CINAHL and MEDLINE databases were used to conduct a review of international rural nursing research published between 2003 and 2007. In total, 41 articles were reviewed and organized based on the United Nations Human Development Index, which categorizes countries based on development status. Critical review of international rural nursing research yielded three major organizational themes: clinical issues, aspects of nursing practice, and nursing and health policy research. Despite the variety in international locale of the research, these themes and other common findings emerged. The need for increased access to specialized nursing knowledge, resources, and support is an ongoing issue facing nurses in rural and remote settings.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)261-294
Number of pages34
JournalAnnual review of nursing research
Volume26
StatePublished - Sep 11 2008

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Greiner, D. S., Glick, D. F., Kulbok, P. A., & Mitchell, E. M. (2008). Rural health nursing research review: global perspectives. Annual review of nursing research, 26, 261-294.

Rural health nursing research review : global perspectives. / Greiner, Doris S.; Glick, Doris F.; Kulbok, Pamela A.; Mitchell, Emma McKim.

In: Annual review of nursing research, Vol. 26, 11.09.2008, p. 261-294.

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Greiner, DS, Glick, DF, Kulbok, PA & Mitchell, EM 2008, 'Rural health nursing research review: global perspectives.', Annual review of nursing research, vol. 26, pp. 261-294.
Greiner DS, Glick DF, Kulbok PA, Mitchell EM. Rural health nursing research review: global perspectives. Annual review of nursing research. 2008 Sep 11;26:261-294.
Greiner, Doris S. ; Glick, Doris F. ; Kulbok, Pamela A. ; Mitchell, Emma McKim. / Rural health nursing research review : global perspectives. In: Annual review of nursing research. 2008 ; Vol. 26. pp. 261-294.
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