Wendy A Hall
Wendy A Hall
Professor of Nursing, University of British Columbia
Verified email at ubc.ca
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Enhancing the rigor of grounded theory: Incorporating reflexivity and relationality
WA Hall, P Callery
Qualitative health research 11 (2), 257-272, 2001
6512001
Recommended amount of sleep for pediatric populations: a consensus statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine
S Paruthi, LJ Brooks, C D'Ambrosio, WA Hall, S Kotagal, RM Lloyd, ...
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 12 (06), 785-786, 2016
4002016
Childbirth fear, anxiety, fatigue, and sleep deprivation in pregnant women
WA Hall, YL Hauck, EM Carty, EK Hutton, J Fenwick, K Stoll
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 38 (5), 567-576, 2009
2702009
Using grounded theory to study the experience of software development
S Adolph, W Hall, P Kruchten
Empirical Software Engineering 16 (4), 487-513, 2011
2182011
Nursing’s metaparadigm concepts: disimpacting the debates
S Thorne, C Canam, S Dahinten, W Hall, A Henderson, SR Kirkham
Journal of Advanced Nursing 27 (6), 1257-1268, 1998
1551998
Consensus statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine on the recommended amount of sleep for healthy children: methodology and discussion
S Paruthi, LJ Brooks, C D'Ambrosio, WA Hall, S Kotagal, RM Lloyd, ...
Journal of clinical sleep medicine 12 (11), 1549-1561, 2016
1512016
Hydrogen sulfide poisoning: review of 5 years' experience.
WW Burnett, EG King, M Grace, WF Hall
Canadian Medical Association Journal 117 (11), 1277, 1977
1431977
Reconciling perspectives: A grounded theory of how people manage the process of software development
S Adolph, P Kruchten, W Hall
Journal of Systems and Software 85 (6), 1269-1286, 2012
1252012
Twelve-month follow-up of a smoking relapse prevention intervention for postpartum women
PA Ratner, JL Johnson, JL Bottorff, S Dahinten, W Hall
Addictive Behaviors 25 (1), 81-92, 2000
1162000
E‐communication among mothers of infants and toddlers in a community‐based cohort: A content analysis
W Hall, V Irvine
Journal of advanced nursing 65 (1), 175-183, 2009
1142009
Children's perceptions of living with a parent with a mental illness: Finding the rhythm and maintaining the frame
E Mordoch, WA Hall
Qualitative health research 18 (8), 1127-1144, 2008
1142008
Children living with a parent who has a mental illness: A critical analysis of the literature and research implications
E Mordoch, WA Hall
Archives of psychiatric Nursing 16 (5), 208-216, 2002
1122002
The attitudes of Canadian maternity care practitioners towards labour and birth: many differences but important similarities
MC Klein, J Kaczorowski, WA Hall, W Fraser, RM Liston, S Eftekhary, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 31 (9), 827-840, 2009
1052009
Preventing smoking relapse in postpartum women
JL Johnson, PA Ratner, JL Bottorff, W Hall, S Dahinten
Nursing Research 49 (1), 44-52, 2000
952000
Sleep quality, cortisol levels, and behavioral regulation in toddlers
A Scher, WA Hall, A Zaidman‐Zait, J Weinberg
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 2010
842010
A methodological leg to stand on: lessons learned using grounded theory to study software development
S Adolph, W Hall, P Kruchten
Proceedings of the 2008 conference of the center for advanced studies on …, 2008
842008
Getting it right: Australian primiparas’ views about breastfeeding: A quasi-experimental study
WA Hall, Y Hauck
International journal of nursing studies 44 (5), 786-795, 2007
762007
Qualitative teamwork issues and strategies: Coordination through mutual adjustment
WA Hall, B Long, N Bermbach, S Jordan, K Patterson
Qualitative Health Research 15 (3), 394-410, 2005
722005
Why are young Canadians afraid of birth? A survey study of childbirth fear and birth preferences among Canadian University students
K Stoll, W Hall, P Janssen, E Carty
Midwifery 30 (2), 220-226, 2014
712014
Developing clinical placements in times of scarcity
WA Hall
Nurse Education Today 26 (8), 627-633, 2006
652006
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