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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (November 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'Huge commitment' from aged-care organizers. 340
'Illegal immoral, unethical and dishonest conduct'. 336
Achieving wellness for Maori. Harawira, Kataraina 728
Aged-care workers protest. 351
Asking about abuse and assessing for family violence--part of nurses' caring role: nurses in key areas now routinely ask patients about family violence. But just how effective is this new assessment requirement? Manchester, Anne 2156
Call for diabetes workshop to be repeated. Milne, Bobbie Conference notes 247
Conviction for serious sexual offending leads to cancellation of registration. 230
Convictions lead to six months' suspension from practise. 404
CTU unveils its political strategy for 2008. 590
Deconstructing the 'obesity pandemic': is the obesity epidemic fact or fiction? Speakers at a symposium in Auckland challenged some commonly held views. O'Connor, Teresa 2040
Developing a therapeutic alliance in an eating disorders unit: at the country's only specialist inpatient unit for people with anorexia nervosa, nurses work in partnership with patients to determine what "health", care" and "recovery" may mean. Surtess, Ruth 2071
Events. Calendar 126
Examining the draft competencies for nurse practitioners: the Nursing Council's draft competencies for nurse practitioners could lock nurse practitioners into existing paradigms of health cure and stifle creativity and innovation in nursing practice. Litchfield, Merian 983
Exploring key elements of effective nursing leadership: a former nursing leader in New Zealand, who has worked for the International Council of Nurses for more than a decade, has written a book on effective leadership. It's a good read, according to a current nursing leader. O'Malley, Jane 919
Exploring the complex nature of rural nursing: rural nurse specialists' role is a complex and challenging one, performed, as it is, within the communities in which nurses live. Barber, Michele 2352
Exploring the responsibilities of the nurse educator role. Arcus, Kerri 561
Hansen honoured. 256
How to conquer anxiety and even enjoy giving a presentation: presenting research findings, speaking at conferences, addressing a gathering of peers can be a daunting prospector many nurses. Here a seasoned presenter shares some tips on how to conquer anxiety and even enjoy giving a presentation. DeSouza, Ruth Conference news 1613
Innovations show potential of nursing. 460
Interprofessional learning--the solution to collaborative practice in primary care: when health professionals from different disciplines truly understand each other's roles, responsibilities and challenges--through interprofessional education--the the potential of genuine teamwork can be fully realised. McKinlay, Eileen; Pullon, Sue 2859
MECA show on the road. 285
Medication alert. 85
Mobilising Filipino nurses. Quisumbing, Maria Socorro Letter to the editor 217
Neonatal nursing requires sound ethical analysis. Manning, Juliet 510
New Zealand will face major health workforce shortages. 158
Notice to members: Vancomycin resistant Enterococci. 261
Nurse censured and must practise with conditions. 214
Nurse practitioner count reaches 42. 235
Nurse suspended from practice for 15 months. 262
Nurse-led pre-admission clinic wins. 392
Nurses step up for election onto DHBS. 462
Nurses' obligations in a pandemic or disaster: all NZNO members should understand their responsibilities and accountabilities--professional, legal, ethical and employment--before a pandemic or disaster occurs. Rolls, Suzanne; Thompson, Charlotte 5101
NZNO membership reaches all time high. 265
NZNO welcomes new health minister. 224
Pandemic preparedness. 129
Personal and professional significance. Stabb, Brian Letter to the editor 388
Positive progress on the journey to a Maori and iwi MECA. 391
Progress at hospice negotiations. 172
Reunions. Calendar 156
Senior doctors furious at DNB leadership. 376
Silence and dissent. Annals, Geoff 1009
Skipping for Herceptin funds. Harrison, Jacqueline Letter to the editor 220
The importance of managing performance processes well: performance appraisal and performance management processes should both be supportive. But the latter has the potential to affect a member's employment. Duncan, Dawn 963
The provocative role of art in nursing. Ritchie, Lorraine Letter to the editor 251
Theft and consumption of controlled drugs mean nurse unfit to practice. 248
There's trouble in the chook house: what horrors are being perpetrated across the Tasman? The Te Henga Section of the Nurses' Marxist Union investigates. Cottingham, Chris 772

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