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Dissertations & Theses
With the advent of digital publication and institutional repositories, many recent theses are readily available online.The main challenge is locating them.
If you're looking for dissertations and theses on a particular topic, start on one of the other tabs - TWU Theses, Canadian Theses, or Other Dissertations & Theses.
If you have the exact title of a thesis, then:
Start by doing a Google search for the exact title of the thesis, followed by the author's surname.
For example, if we're looking for Carolyn Klassen's thesis Job Stress and Turnover Among Registered Nurses in Acute Care: A Regression Analysis.
Searching "Job Stress and Turnover Among Registered Nurses in Acute Care: A Regression Analysis" klassen gives us the results pictured below.
The first result is a link to the PDF, the second link is to the page containing the link.
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