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St. Amant, O. & Sutherland, N. (in press). Unpacking the hidden curriculum in nursing education: Clinical placements abroad. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship

Sutherland, N., Wiersma, E., Vangel, P. (2019). Barriers to staff involvement in end of life decision making for long-term care residents with dementia. Canadian Journal on Aging, 38 (3), 255-267.

Sutherland, N., Ward-Griffin, C., McWilliam, C., & Stajduhar, K. (2018). Discourses reproducing gender inequities in hospice palliative home care. Canadian Journal of Nursing Research, 0(0).

Sutherland, N., Ward-Griffin, C., McWilliam, C., & Stajduhar, K. (2017). Structural impact on gendered expectations and exemptions for family caregivers in hospice palliative home care. Nursing Inquiry, 0:1.

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Sutherland, N., Ward-Griffin, C., McWilliam, C., & Stajduhar, K. (2016).Gendered processes in hospice palliative home care for clients with cancer and their family caregivers. Qualitative Health Research, 26 (7), 907-920.

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