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Milne, L. S., & Rich, O. J. (1980). Cognitive and affective aspects of the responses of pregnant women to sonography. Maternal-Child Nursing Journal, 10(1), 15-39.
Thomas, L., Ptak, H., Giddings, L.S., Moore, L., & Oppermann, C. (1990). The effects of rocking, diet modifications and anti-flatulent medication on post-cesarean section gas pain. The Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 4(3), 12-24.
Giddings, L. S. (1993). The Plunket Society. In A. Else (Ed.), Women together: A history of women's organisations in New Zealand/Nga Ropu Wahine o te Motu. Wellington: Historical Branch, Department of Internal Affairs.
Giddings, L. S. (1994). Joanna MacKinnon: The first Plunket Nurse. In The Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, Vol II, Wellington: Allen & Unwin & Department of Internal Affairs. Historical Branch of Internal Affairs. Updated 2003.
Giddings, L. S. (1994). Are nurses out of touch?: The healing art of massage in nursing. Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 9(2), 44-45.
Giddings, L. S., & Wood, P. J. (1998). Revealing sexuality: Have nurses’ attitudes and knowledge changed? Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 13(2), 11-25.
Giddings, L. S., & Smith, M. (2001). Stories of Lesbian In/Visibility in Nursing. Nursing Outlook, 49(1), 14-19.
Grant, B. M., & Giddings, L. S. (2002). Making sense of methodologies: A paradigm framework for the novice researcher. Contemporary Nurse, 13(1), 10 - 28.
Giddings, L. S. (2004). A distance online learning approach to teaching research methods: A personal story. In B. Yourn & S. Little (Eds,), Walking to different beats: Good practice and innovation in higher education (pp. 9-17). Palmerston North, NZ.: Dunmore Press.
Giddings, L. S. (2005). A theoretical model of social consciousness. Advances in Nursing Science (ANS), 28(3), 224-239.
Giddings, L. S. (2005). Health disparities, social injustice and the culture of nursing. Nursing Research, 54(5), 304-312.
Giddings, L. S. (2006). Mixed methods research: Positivism dressed in drag? Journal of Research in Nursing, 11(3), 195 – 203.
Giddings, L. S., Campbell, S., & MacLaren, P. (2006). Going on-line to learn research methods. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 22(2), 251-267.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2006). Mixed methods research for the novice researcher. Contemporary Nurse, 23(1), 3-11.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2007). A Trojan Horse for positivism? A critique of mixed methods research. Advances in Nursing Science, 30(1), 52-60.
Giddings, L. S., Roy, D. E., & Predeger, E. (2007). Women’s experience of aging with a chronic condition. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 58(6), 557-565.
Koziol-McLain, Rameka. M., Giddings, L., Fyfe, E., & Gardiner, J. (2007, April). Partner violence prevalence among women attending a Maori health provider clinic. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 31(2), 143-148.
Smythe, L., & Giddings, L. S. (2007). From experience to definition: Addressing the question ‘What is qualitative research?’ Nursing Praxis in New Zealand, 23(1), 37 – 57.
Giddings, L. S. (2008). New Zealand/Aotearoa. In C. E. D’Avanzo (Ed.), Cultural health assessment (4th ed.) (pp. 522 –526). St Louis: Mosby.
Buetow, S., Giddings, L. S., Williams, L., & Nayar, S. (2008). Perceived unmet needs for health care among Parkinson’s Society of New Zealand members with Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 14, 495-500.
Giddings, L. S., & Roy, D. E. (2008). Stigmatisation of people living with a chronic illness and/or disability. In E. Chang & A Johnson (Eds.), Chronic illness and Disability: Principles for nursing practice (pp. 66-76). Sydney: Churchill Livingston.
Giddings, L., McKenzie-Green, B., Buttle, L., & Tahana, K. (2008). Oral healthcare for older people: ‘I can’t afford not to go to the dentist, but can I afford it?’ The New Zealand Medical Journal, 121(1281), 72-79.
Giddings, L. S., & Grant, B. M. (2009). From rigour to trustworthiness: Validating mixed methods. In, S. Andrew & E. J. Halcomb (Eds.), Mixed methods research for nursing and the health sciences (pp.119 – 134). Oxford, U.K.: Wiley-Blackwell.
Wilson, J., & Giddings, L. (2010). Counselling women whose lives have been seriously disrupted by depression. New Zealand Journal of Counselling, 30(2), 23-39.
Giddings, L. S., & Pringle, J. K. (2011). Heteronormativity at work: Stories from two lesbian academics. Women’s Studies Journal,25(2), 91-100.
Roy, D. E., & Giddings, L. S. (2012). The experiences of women (65 -74 years) living with a long-term condition in the shadow of ageing. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(1), 181-190.