Roberta Woodgate, PhD, MN, RN
Roberta Woodgate, PhD, MN, RN
Professor of Nursing - University of Manitoba
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Living in a world of our own: The experience of parents who have a child with autism
RL Woodgate, C Ateah, L Secco
Qualitative health research 18 (8), 1075-1083, 2008
A review of qualitative research on the childhood cancer experience from the perspective of siblings: a need to give them a voice
KL Wilkins, RL Woodgate
Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 22 (6), 305-319, 2005
Intense parenting: a qualitative study detailing the experiences of parenting children with complex care needs
RL Woodgate, M Edwards, JD Ripat, B Borton, G Rempel
BMC pediatrics 15, 1-15, 2015
The importance of being there: perspectives of social support by adolescents with cancer
RL Woodgate
Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 23 (3), 122-134, 2006
Life is never the same: childhood cancer narratives
RL Woodgate
European journal of cancer care 15 (1), 8-18, 2006
Adolescents' perspectives of chronic illness:“It's hard”
RL Woodgate
Journal of pediatric nursing 13 (4), 210-223, 1998
Siblings' experiences with childhood cancer: a different way of being in the family
RL Woodgate
Cancer nursing 29 (5), 406-414, 2006
A different way of being: adolescents' experiences with cancer
RL Woodgate
Cancer nursing 28 (1), 8-15, 2005
A different perspective to approaching cancer symptoms in children
RL Woodgate, LF Degner, R Yanofsky
Journal of pain and symptom management 26 (3), 800-817, 2003
A substantive theory of keeping the spirit alive: The spirit within children with cancer and their families
RL Woodgate, LF Degner
Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 20 (3), 103-119, 2003
The intersection of culture, disability and assistive technology
J Ripat, R Woodgate
Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 6 (2), 87-96, 2011
Information and support needs of adolescent children of women with breast cancer.
LJ Kristjanson, KI Chalmers, R Woodgate
Oncology nursing forum 31 (1), 2004
Expectations and beliefs about children's cancer symptoms: perspectives of children with cancer and their families
RL Woodgate
Number 3/2003 30 (3), 479-491, 2003
Centering autism within the family: A qualitative approach to autism and the family
L Hoogsteen, RL Woodgate
Journal of pediatric nursing 28 (2), 135-140, 2013
A qualitative study on African immigrant and refugee families’ experiences of accessing primary health care services in Manitoba, Canada: it’s not easy!
RL Woodgate, DS Busolo, M Crockett, RA Dean, MR Amaladas, ...
International journal for equity in health 16, 1-13, 2017
The psychosocial experiences of women with breast cancer across the lifespan: a systematic review protocol
H Campbell-Enns, R Woodgate
JBI Evidence Synthesis 13 (1), 112-121, 2015
“Living with risk”: mothering a child with food-induced anaphylaxis
CA Gillespie, RL Woodgate, KI Chalmers, WTA Watson
Journal of pediatric nursing 22 (1), 30-42, 2007
Conceptual understanding of resilience in the adolescent with cancer: Part I
RL Woodgate
Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing 16 (1), 35-43, 1999
Worth a thousand words?: advantages, challenges and opportunities in working with photovoice as a qualitative research method with youth and their families
M Zurba, P Tennent, RL Woodgate
Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung/Forum: Qualitative Social Research 18 (1), 22, 2017
Living in a world without closure: Reality for parents who have experienced the death of a child
RL Woodgate
Journal of Palliative Care 22 (2), 75-82, 2006
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