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  • 1. References 2203 Adams. J; Bryant D (2010). ‘Experience of mixed-sex bays in a generalhospital.’ Nursing-standard (on line) 24 Available from http://: www.nursing-standard-journal.co.uk.htm (Accessed 17 April 2012)Baillie. L (2008). ‘Mixed-Sex wards and patient dignity: nurses’ and patientsperspectives’. BMJ. (Online) 17. Avabile from http://: www.bmj.com. htm (Accessed 17 April 2012)Borgatti, S “An introduction to grounded theory”. Discussion taken fromGlaser and Strauss. 1967. The Discovery of Grounded Theory. Strauss andCorbin. 1990. Basics of Qualitative Research (on line). From http://:www.analytictech.com/mb870/introtoGT.htm .(Accessed 19 February 2012) Cole. A (1995) ‘No mixed sex, please…mixed-sex wards.’ Nursing Times (online) 91 Available from http://: www.nursingtimes.net .htm(Accessed 17 April2012). Hairon. N (2007) ‘Improving patients’ privacy and dignity on mixed-sex wards‘. Nursing Times (on line) 103 Available from http://: www.nursingtimes.net.htm (Accessed 17 April 2012)Fleming. N. (2007). ‘U-turn on mixed-sex hospital wards.’ Telegraph (online)22 December. Available from http://: www.telegraph.co.uk.htm (Accessed27th April 2012)Leliopoulou. C (2011) ‘Writing a research question’. Lecture topic. In classRoyal Free: LondonParahoo. K (2006) Nursing Research: Principles, Process and issues. (2nd ed)London: Palgrave, Macmillan.(Archived content) Privacy and dignity: Department of Health (23 Feb 2010).Fromhttp://:webarchivenationalarchives.gov.uk/+/www.dh.gov.../DH_411644(Accessed 30 April 2012)
  • 2. No author. (1994).’ Mixed-Sex wards: the choice of patients?’ Nursing-standard(on line) 33 Available from http://: www.nursing-standard-journal.co.uk.htm.(Accessed 17 April 2012)Punch. F. K (2000) ‘Developing effective research proposals.’ London: Sage