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Panacea or placebo? An evaluation of the value of emotional intelligence in healthcare workers. Vandewaa, Elizabeth A.; Turnipseed, David L.; Cain, Georgie Report Mar 10, 2016 9284
Aged care: proposal to remove ENs from skill mix. Brief article Feb 1, 2016 273
New ministry structure elevates chief nurse role. Brief article Feb 1, 2016 137
Grappling with the nursing workforce: will the national nursing workforce programme succeed in developing a coherent, cohesive plan for the future of the largest health workforce when previous piecemeal attempts have failed? O'Connor, Teresa Feb 1, 2016 1887
Breaking down educational silos: one-day interdisciplinary training sessions, featuring simulated patient assessments, are improving communication and teamwork between medical and nursing students in Southland. Rhodes, Johanna Feb 1, 2016 1950
Enrolled nurses take on new roles: a new practice model in Dunedin has seen enrolled nurses performing home haemodialysis for patients needing extra support. Manchester, Anne Feb 1, 2016 1727
Healthy EBA makes Healthscope workers happy: a better way to solve staffing problems is an important feature of the new Healthscope agreement covering 2545 nurses and midwives working at 11 hospitals. Feb 1, 2016 1359
Nurses must be protected it euthanasia legalised--NZNO. Feb 1, 2016 409
Critical thinking. Dryden-Palmer, Karen Dec 22, 2015 1133
Compassion, imagination, and innovation: dynamics 2015. Edwards, Marie Report Dec 22, 2015 1287
Critical care nurses' decisions regarding physical restraints in two Canadian ICUs: a prospective observational study. Luk, Elena; Burry, Lisa; Rezaie, Shaghayegh; Mehta, Sangeeta; Rose, Louise Report Dec 22, 2015 4559
Safety implications of the dose change alert function in smart infusion pumps on the administration of high-alert medications. Goulding, Catherine; Bedard, Mario Report Dec 22, 2015 3854
Expressing kindness and compassion. O'Connor, Teresa Dec 1, 2015 951
The Kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Dec 1, 2015 519
Nurses take part in climate marches around country. Dec 1, 2015 350
Success for cancer nurse initiative. Dec 1, 2015 224
Caring for drug-affected patients in EDs. Dec 1, 2015 491
Tongan nurses mark dual milestone in Wellington. Report Dec 1, 2015 377
DHB reaches CCDM milestone. O'Connor, Teresa Report Dec 1, 2015 1030
The power of kindness: acts of kindness by nurses live long in patients' memories. O'Brien, Anthony Report Dec 1, 2015 1053
Cultural understanding crucial in Bougainville: a volunteer nurse who spent five years immersed in life in Bougainville reflects on the importance of cultural awareness and on understanding her own identity, assumptions and prejudices. Lewis, Jan Report Dec 1, 2015 2737
Career planning useful for older nurses: a study of older nurses has found most have never done career planning, but wish they had. Walker, Leorrie; Clendon, Jill Report Dec 1, 2015 2761
The forgotten 'sisters' of WW1: although nearly 200 members of the New Zealand volunteer sisterhood gave several years' worthy service both at home and abroad during World War 1, their efforts have never been fully recognised. O'Sullivan, Barry Report Dec 1, 2015 1794
Imagine what we could do! Brinkman, Anne Report Dec 1, 2015 954
Emergency nurses: asking for help important. Comeskey, Matt Report Dec 1, 2015 425
Flight nurses: celebrating the birth of their new college. Dec 1, 2015 134
Registration suspended for misuse of credit card. Jacobs, Rouchda Dec 1, 2015 1170
Moral distress experienced by intensive care nurses. Langley, G.C.; Kisorio, L.; Schmollgruber, S. Report Nov 1, 2015 6592
Harmful drinking among the elderly--a hidden problem: harmful drinking among the elderly is a growing problem but a nurse-led, home-based treatment programme in Christchurch is helping address the issue. Burns, Bernie Nov 1, 2015 1779
Igniting the spirit of those with dementia: Spark of Life is a philosophy of care aimed at reaching the spirit of the person with dementia and renewing their zest for life. O'Connor, Teresa Nov 1, 2015 1933
Is nursing making you sick? Walker, Leonie Nov 1, 2015 1833
Study day offers great networking opportunity. Kempin, Karen Nov 1, 2015 365
Disparity between need and workforce in diabetes care. Conference news Nov 1, 2015 310
Attending to physical, mental and spiritual needs. Vaughan, Helen Conference news Nov 1, 2015 519
Reaffirming health as a human right. Morgan, Tracey Conference news Nov 1, 2015 1004
Inadequate care of elderly patient with dementia. Ward, Raewyn Anne Nov 1, 2015 983
Revalidation practice hours requirements reduced. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 239
Update: Ros Godson. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 169
A righteous rebellion from within: there is a time when decent people need to take a moral position and act against laws that sanction cruelty. Holmes, Brett Editorial Nov 1, 2015 589
Stuck between the law and responsibility: Alanna Maycock's experiences at the refugee processing centre on Nauru highlight the conflict between legal restrictions imposed by the new Border Force Act and the professional responsibility of a nurse to report abuse. Nov 1, 2015 709
Border force a legal minefield: nurses need to think carefully before taking a job in Australia's immigration detention centres. Nov 1, 2015 1029
Local MP helps out. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 233
The longevity revolution: Australia's Age and Disabilities Commissioner says nurses and midwives approaching their 50s should start to look for jobs that build on their experience without a making physical demands they can no longer meet. Nov 1, 2015 882
When it comes to your rights and entitlements at work, NSWNMA assistant general secretary Judith Kiejda has the answers. Kiejda, Judith Nov 1, 2015 1046
A blog for Australian nurses and midwives: Blog entry Nov 1, 2015 357
Non-acute-care virtual simulation: preparing students to provide chronic illness care. Patterson, Barbara J.; Tilton, Kathleen J.; Tiffany, Jone; Hoglund, Barbara A. Report Nov 1, 2015 1562
Nursing in the 8th Evacuation Hospital, 1942-1945. Brown, William J. Report Oct 1, 2015 4759
If you fail to prepare for revalidation you put your NMC registration at risk! Kessack, Karen Oct 1, 2015 872
Surgeons praised for tackling bullying. Oct 1, 2015 538
Nurses 'make unique contribution to quality'. Brief article Oct 1, 2015 232
What do smokers really want? Manchester, Anne Oct 1, 2015 737
Positive 'gang' fights war for better health. Brief article Oct 1, 2015 319
Nuku helps develop a smooth succession plan. Oct 1, 2015 757
Nurses--a driving force for health. Brief article Oct 1, 2015 175
Panel calls for stronger nursing voice. Brief article Oct 1, 2015 220
Compassion as powerful as medicine". Longmore, Mary Oct 1, 2015 913
Uptake of CCDM 'slow'. Oct 1, 2015 407
Richer lives bring new health risks: nurses and midwives will be crucial in dealing with the crisis of non-communicable diseases (NCDs), which have overtaken infectious diseases as the leading cause of mortality worldwide. Oct 1, 2015 1106
Protecting the fragile antibiotic: Australians are among the world's highest consumers of antibiotics and nurses and midwives have an important role to play in the fight against growing numbers of anti-microbial resistant organisms--the so-called Super Bugs. Oct 1, 2015 854
Working with refugee young people: a nurse's perspective. Brief article Oct 1, 2015 168
"Team nurses" asks: are you passionate about health and the environment? Stafford, Lisa; Milburn, Marg; Hamilton-Bogart, Bonnie Sep 22, 2015 401
NANB documents: new and revised. Sep 22, 2015 288
Introducing NANB's new Executive Director: meet Laurie Janes. Janes, Laurie Sep 22, 2015 785
Palliative care without borders. Hamming, Nicole; Mayberry, Melody Sep 22, 2015 1100
Safe patient care is paramount. Sep 1, 2015 564
A health system for all: a major reason we have a world-class health system is because of the quality of our health workforce, says Catherine King, federal Shadow Minister for Health. Sep 1, 2015 399
Research shows room for improvement. Sep 1, 2015 749
More nursing hours won at Tamworth: Tamworth Hospital relocation goes ahead after management agrees to interim improvement to staffing arrangements. Sep 1, 2015 790
Partnering expertise with experience. Poole, Suzette; Swanson, Caro Editorial Sep 1, 2015 1039
The President comments. Guy, Marion Column Sep 1, 2015 473
New assessment process 'a big improvement'. Brief article Sep 1, 2015 240
Understanding the pressures on a DAO: a Christchurch duly authorised officer shares his experiences of this complex and demanding role. Burns, Bernie Sep 1, 2015 2117
Clinical reasoning tool aids practice. Knox, Laura Sep 1, 2015 1012
Unmasking managerial power: a nurse examines Waikato District Health Board's vaccination policy and the meaning of some nurses' resistance to it. Thompson, Julie Sep 1, 2015 1053
Transcribing medications. Bradley-Ingle, Annette Sep 1, 2015 888
As time goes by ... a long-time NZNO staffer reflects on her 25 years with the organisation and its predecessor, NZNA. Alexander, Glenda Sep 1, 2015 851
Future employment law changes must address growing wealth gap--lawyer. O'Connor, Teresa Sep 1, 2015 587
Connected Care Quotient (CCQ) and the future of nursing. Skiba, Diane J. Sep 1, 2015 2101
Ratios forward march! Holmes, Brett Editorial Aug 1, 2015 557
Lifehouse gives breath to private sector ratios: a Sydney cancer treatment centre has agreed to implement a mandatory staffing formula--the first ever won by private hospital nurses in New South Wales. Aug 1, 2015 799
Critical care outreach--keeping patients out of intensive care: a patient-at-risk team at Middlemore Hospital, comprised primarily of ward nurses, is proving effective at avoiding sudden patient deteriorations. Manchester, Anne Aug 1, 2015 1806
Telling her story. Brief article Aug 1, 2015 265
Developing career capital and going for it. Williams, Jim Aug 1, 2015 357
Revalidation reality. Aug 1, 2015 803
Revalidation: responses to our survey findings. Aug 1, 2015 699
Nurses urged to be more vocal. Brief article Jul 1, 2015 323
Helping men be healthy: on the following six pages, we look at how nurses (and one doctor) are helping keep men healthy. Manchester, Anne Jul 1, 2015 751
Improving worksite safety: assessing noise levels and conducting hearing tests at a refuse sorting centre proved an interesting challenge for an occupational health nurse in Northland. Townsend, Steve Jul 1, 2015 2959
Electronic whiteboard aids ward efficiency: orthopaedic nurses at Whangarei Hospital have reclaimed more time to spend with patients, by making technology work for them. Wood, Jodie; Wood, Peter Jul 1, 2015 1754
Nursing: Australia's "most ethical and honest profession": nurses have been recognised by the broader community as representing the most ethical and honest profession in Australia for the 21st year in a row. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 199
The Kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Jun 1, 2015 497
Maori student leader graduates. Jun 1, 2015 392
Honouring the work of nurses. Manchester, Anne Jun 1, 2015 509
IND at Mangere Market. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 135
A profession under stress. Stodart, Kathy Jun 1, 2015 3402
12-hour shifts: the debate continues. Walker, Leonie; Cledon, Jill Jun 1, 2015 1987
Aged care a societal concern researcher: a leading aged-care researcher believes little will change in the sector until more people are concerned about the situation. O'Connor, Teresa Jun 1, 2015 960
What drove one nurse to leave. Jun 1, 2015 392
Bodies under stress: the stressors nurses are exposed to at work and outside work can take their toll, according to one Christchurch nurse. Hodder, Paula Jun 1, 2015 1048
Walking in two worlds: Maori nurses can best provide for their patients and demonstrate their professionalism when they can work within a Maori model of care and through a Maori world view that is acknowledged, accepted and honoured. Walker, Leonie Jun 1, 2015 1746
Primary health care: members want priority. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 166
Nurses in Mexico provide safe, successful medication abortions. Ramashwar, S. Report Jun 1, 2015 952
Jane Cummings shadows CPHVA member. May 1, 2015 450
School nurse 121 campaign. Godson, Rosalind May 1, 2015 350
Nurses' role in preventing cancer. Pearson, Jan Editorial May 1, 2015 1028
Time to pay more than lip service to gender safety. Kennedy, Erin May 1, 2015 336
Nurses buy Greymouth practice. May 1, 2015 381
Articulating the value of nursing. Brief article May 1, 2015 180
Coordinating cancer care. O'Connor, Teresa May 1, 2015 3259
Cancer coordination roles evolve: the cancer nurse coordination role has evolved in different ways at district health boards, reflecting different needs. O'Connor, Teresa May 1, 2015 749
Comfort for the dying. Topp, Mel May 1, 2015 1628
Nurse expedited discharge improves patient flow: allowing nurses to discharge patients can improve flow and increase patient and nurse satisfaction according to new research. Brief article May 1, 2015 240
Appreciation. Barkers, Georgia W. May 1, 2015 432
Discourse analysis: studying nurse-nurse communication at bedside handoffs. Pope, Charlene A.; Hays, Mary M.; North-Lee, Bertha; Davis, Boyd H. Report Apr 1, 2015 259
The lived experience of homeless women: insights gained as a specialist practitioner. Fordham, Maria Report Apr 1, 2015 4144
The Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing ( is a free online journal of original research and scholarly papers about all areas of nursing: Public health nurses experiences of their role as part of a primary care team. Apr 1, 2015 845
Pioneering nurse-led clinics enhance patient care. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2015 910
Supporting patients on a life-changing journey. O'Connor, Maree Apr 1, 2015 1092
In praise of patient portals. Apr 1, 2015 868
Protecting patients with diminished competence. Ritchie, Lorraine; O'Brien, Anne Apr 1, 2015 1076
Smokefree: nurse researchers gather in Auckland. Wong, Grace Brief article Apr 1, 2015 267
CCP audit results. Lavoie, Odette Comeau Mar 22, 2015 841
Working through and around: exploring rural public health nursing practices and policies to promote rural women's health. Leipert, Beverly D.; Regan, Sandra; Plunkett, Robyn Report Mar 22, 2015 6919
Independent prescribing supporting the delivery of the public health vaccination programme. Symonds, Barbara Report Mar 1, 2015 2662
POC solutions to improve workflow, reduce errors and enhance patient experiences. Pierson, John Mar 1, 2015 1166
Nurses buy general practice. Mar 1, 2015 483
Beware of the pitfalls when using social media. Brief article Mar 1, 2015 127
Plunket adjusting to 'life after'. O'Connor, Teresa Mar 1, 2015 866
Reaching out 'the long arm of paediatrics': a nurse and a social worker work in partnership in the Bay of Plenty to improve the lives of children and their families. O'Connor, Teresa Mar 1, 2015 1909
Ratios must be at heart of health debate: four years after the NSWNMA won nurse-to-patient ratios for many units of metropolitan and regional hospitals, we are still working to put improved and extended ratios at the heart of the health debate. Mar 1, 2015 790
Planning for Easter: I am an RN employed in the public system and would like to know the gazetted public holidays for 2015, especially Easter. Brief article Mar 1, 2015 109
What nurses & midwives: said & liked on facebook Mar 1, 2015 725
Nursing 'foundational to safety': safety measures will be ineffective if the role of nurses is ignored, researcher warns. Cover story Feb 1, 2015 531
The luck of the new graduate nurse. Thuynsma, Alexis Editorial Feb 1, 2015 936
The Kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Feb 1, 2015 484
Care rationing 'untenable'. Feb 1, 2015 307
Nurses make all the difference. Brief article Feb 1, 2015 208
Increasing pressure on nurses a major challenge--Trim. O'Connor, Teresa Feb 1, 2015 1399
What nurses think about professionalism. Walker, Leonie; Clendon, Jill; Walton, Jo Feb 1, 2015 1407
Peer supervision requires ongoing commitment: four Canterbury nurses have endured a raft of challenges--including earthquakes--over more than seven years, but nothing has stopped their peer supervision group. Harker, Dianne; Hahn, Donna; Banks, Jeanette; Orr, Trish Gardner Feb 1, 2015 2191
Knowing your legislation: nurses put themselves and the public at risk when they do not keep up with changes in legislation affecting their practice. Howell, Carolyn Feb 1, 2015 2005
Comparing nursing competencies: a German nursing researcher compares the competencies for German and New Zealand registered nurses. Schmied, Marten Feb 1, 2015 882
The effect organization learning on the part of the nurse's leadership style. Rezamand, Shahnaz; Karimi, Maryam Report Jan 15, 2015 5915
School Nurse 121 Campaign. Godson, Rosalind Jan 1, 2015 1231
Challenges and changes. Cogswell, Darline Dec 22, 2014 420
2015 NANB Awards: nomination deadline: January 30, 2015. Dec 22, 2014 405
Leaders: nursing voices for change. Graydon, Shari Column Dec 22, 2014 1073
President's message. Collins, Judy Dec 1, 2014 416
School nurse 121 campaign. Godson, Rosalind Dec 1, 2014 1132
More time needed with patients. Brief article Dec 1, 2014 290
Protection protocols an Ebola priority: there is debate over whether nurses should use full body suits with respirators when treating Ebola patients--Australian authorities believe that following proper PPE protocols is vital to safety. Dec 1, 2014 1156
Dealing with the epidemic of NCDs. Dec 1, 2014 887
Exploring concepts of mental illness. Dec 1, 2014 704
Demonstrating NZNO's shared values. Dec 1, 2014 467
The place of magical thinking. Parker, Dilys Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2014 1149
Responding to emergencies. Eden, Sheryl Dec 1, 2014 991
The challenges of breastfeeding twins: a small study looks at the challenges of breastfeeding twins and what helps mothers succeed. McGovern, Teresa Report Dec 1, 2014 2183
Dealing with dyslexia. Hawkins, Carly Dec 1, 2014 1026
Good food good health: a pilot programme, designed by a Bay of Plenty practice nurse to raise awareness of healthy eating, showed improved physical and psychological well-being among the target group after only 12 weeks. Prieto, Olivia Dec 1, 2014 1052
Mercy Ships bring healing to Africa. Clynes, Sue Dec 1, 2014 917
Private hospitals: action secures DON role. Dec 1, 2014 337
Combining two nursing passions. O'Connor, Teresa Nov 1, 2014 1648
Value the people caring for people. Holmes, Brett Editorial Nov 1, 2014 542
Profit motive cranks up pressure: the drive for profitability at Ramsay Health Care is intense, it puts pressure on staffing levels and, according to a comprehensive NSWNMA survey, it's nurses and midwives who suffer. Cover story Nov 1, 2014 777
Only want to work nights. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Nov 1, 2014 154
Smartphone tech bridges EHR, nurse call, critical device alarms. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 184
Clarifying nursing titles. Carryer, Jenny Oct 1, 2014 388
The president comments. Guy, Marion Conference news Oct 1, 2014 567
NZ nurses respond to Ebola crisis. Oct 1, 2014 790
Working with kaumatua. Oct 1, 2014 369
Advocating for those with disabilities: disability has been the watchword that has shaped Dina Whatnell's personal and professional life. O'Connor, Teresa Oct 1, 2014 1914
TrendCare and CCDM--nurse managers respond. Oct 1, 2014 667
The heavens are crying over our inhumanity: one nurse's perspective. Billops, Dee Oct 1, 2014 903
President's column. Green, Vicki Column Oct 1, 2014 530
CEO report. Thompson, Curfman Judith Column Oct 1, 2014 1125
SCNA Advocacy Fund invest in your own future practice. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 239
Dilemmas of private management: a privately operated mental health centre is presenting risks and difficulties for Dubbo nurses. Cover story Oct 1, 2014 504
Sleep quality in the elderly either living at home or in a nursing home. Daglar, Gulseren; Pinar, Sukran Ertekin; Sabanciogullari, Selma; Kav, Sultan Oct 1, 2014 323
Introduction of a novel, mobile, nurse-led prostate cancer (PCa) education and testing service. Crowe, Helen; Bugeja, Patricia; Wootten, Addle; Murphy, Declan; Challacombe, Ben; Costello, Anthony Oct 1, 2014 271
The effects of workplace bullying on physicians and nurses. Ekici, Dilek; Beder, Alper Oct 1, 2014 353
Barriers to lack of implementation in-service training by nurses at the bedside patients. Mud, Maryam Salmani; Parviniannasab, Ali mohammad; Kavosi, Ali; Mohammadi, Gholamreza; Movahedi, Ali Oct 1, 2014 4053
Lessons learned on the journey to nursing leadership: a preview. Betts, Virginia Trotter Sep 22, 2014 1138
Student forum. Abraham, Marqueta Sep 22, 2014 684
Starting your online presence: exploring how digital tools can improve health and healthcare. Fraser, Rob Sep 22, 2014 1118
Marihuana for medical purposes: changes to legislation & nursing considerations. Torpe, Dawn Sep 22, 2014 889
Are you wearing your Badge of Pride? Nelson, Jane Sep 1, 2014 738
Every nurse is a mental health nurse. O'Brien, Anthony Editorial Sep 1, 2014 1009
The kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Sep 1, 2014 450
District nurses work with GPs. Sep 1, 2014 495
Improving mental health in prisons: a pilot primary health care mental health programme in prisons has the potential to help decrease reoffending rates. Manchester, Anne Sep 1, 2014 1477
Enhancing nurses' clinical expertise. Sep 1, 2014 443
Responding to rural mental health needs: Mental health nursing in the Waitaki rural community brings its own set of professional challenges. Stodart, Kathy Sep 1, 2014 1857
Lessons learned from the coroner's court. Burns, Bernie Sep 1, 2014 3030
School nurse 121 campaign. Godson, Rosalind Aug 1, 2014 1004
School based youth health nurses and attrition: the reasons for moving on. Sendall, Marguerite C.; Fleming, MaryLou; Lidstone, John; Domocol, Michelle Report Aug 1, 2014 4276
Channeling Dora ... finding the explorer in every nurse. Carroll, V. Susan Editorial Aug 1, 2014 651
The effectiveness of four translation strategies on nurses' adoption of an evidence-based bladder protocol. Frasure, Jamey S. Report Aug 1, 2014 5944
Caring for Pacific people. Naepi, Dahlia Editorial Aug 1, 2014 939
Nursing in a Pacific way: nurses at a Hamilton-based Pacific health provider deliver care in people's homes and it's a model that works for that community. O'Connor, Teresa Aug 1, 2014 1779
Wanted: safe and fair employment: New Zealand workers still need their rights protected. Oldfield, Yvonne Aug 1, 2014 981
Wanted: genuine health and social equity: equity encompasses far more than justice, rights and fairness. It is about the interconnectedness of all human beings with each other and their natural environment. Delany, Louise Aug 1, 2014 1911
Care rationing ethics. Ritchie, Lorraine Aug 1, 2014 997
Acceptance of bequests not professional misconduct: Judith Lynch, RN. Aug 1, 2014 685
Georgia alliance for health literacy what do you know? Davis, Margaret Aug 1, 2014 537
Understanding victims of honour-based violence. Dickson, Pat Report Jul 1, 2014 4449
President's column. Green, Vicki Column Jul 1, 2014 418
Combating the effects of domestic violence in children. McDowell, Betsy M. Brief article Jul 1, 2014 291
What nursing leaders are saying ... Jul 1, 2014 1504
Putting the needs of people to the fore. Lucas, Mairi Jul 1, 2014 936
Streamlining orthopaedic nursing: better written information, a pre-surgery clinic and an integrated care pathway have brought real improvements for MidCentral District Health Board orthopaedic patients. Shaw, Maria; Richards, Tim; Wood, Sue; Calvert, Erica Report Jul 1, 2014 3358
Avoidinq medication errors. Cook, Pauline Report Jul 1, 2014 1164
Improving health literacy can help reduce cancer rates: a health literacy approach to providing health information puts the onus on nurses and other health professionals to ensure information is at the right level and is understood. Reid, Susan Jul 1, 2014 826
Reclaiming the roots of nursing through emotional intelligence. Adair, Camille; Franklin, Amy McConnell Jul 1, 2014 1659
Nursing and end of life issues: choices, decisions & care for our patients and ourselves: are we ready? Burnett, Caroline B.; Wolff, Barak Jul 1, 2014 1773
What next? Update on ultrasonography and nursing practice. Jul 1, 2014 978
Expanding practice and extinguishing risk factors: Nurses and smoking cessation. Wong, Grace Editorial Jul 1, 2014 1052
"I am a nurse; I am a leader". Sills, W. "Billie" Jun 22, 2014 682
Advanced practice provider mentoring pilot project: program development and evaluation. Baumgartner, Roxelyn; Williams, Ty Jun 22, 2014 1222
Reminder: advanced practice requirement. Tunstall, Temeka R. Brief article Jun 22, 2014 294
Keeping workers safe and healthy. Barclay, Ingrid Editorial Jun 1, 2014 935
Understanding urinary tract infections. Casey, Georgina Jun 1, 2014 3149
Justice conundrum. Cain, Margaret Jun 1, 2014 1016
Aged care: slow progress. Wait, David Jun 1, 2014 408
Seeking safe operating room standards: almost 40 years after founding ACORN, nurses are still fighting to have theatres staffed according to national standards. May 1, 2014 631
Talk With Me Baby--a new collaborative program. Davis, Maggie; Walsh, Susan A.; Kanne, Judi May 1, 2014 384
Oral history records 61 nurses' stories. May 1, 2014 297
Attending to end-of-life needs: nurses have a pivotal role in understanding, articulating and attending to the needs of those requiring palliative care. Bowden-Tucker, Jacqui May 1, 2014 1215
Self-care vital for palliative nursing team. Stodart, Kathy May 1, 2014 1819
Promoting quality of life: during his first experience of working in a hospice, a nurse learns more about life and himself. Padigos, Junel Viewpoint essay May 1, 2014 1077
Respiratory nursing: managing breathlessness better. Manchester, Anne May 1, 2014 675
President's column. Green, Vicki Column Apr 1, 2014 452
Protect your nursing license: a short list of actions to take! Thompson, Judith Curfman Apr 1, 2014 447
Conflicts of conscience: the Alabama Health Care Rights of Conscience Act and the Code of Ethics for Nurses. Author abstract Apr 1, 2014 277
Promoting nursing's professionalism. Walker, Leonie Editorial Apr 1, 2014 868
The president comments. Guy, Marion Column Apr 1, 2014 498
International Nurses Day promotes nursing's value. Apr 1, 2014 366
Diabetes health nurse prescribing getting closer. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 154
Domestic violence a workplace issue. Apr 1, 2014 357
Staffing pressures at many DHBs. Apr 1, 2014 706
NZNO to ask DHBs about 'essential care' policies. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 243
Nurses tackle youth drinking: binge-drinking students are getting follow-up care from three dedicated nurses. O'Connor, Teresa Apr 1, 2014 1523
'Lone ranger' takes on rural heart health: a clinical nurse specialist helps patients in the community manage their heart failure. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2014 971
Cancer nurse targets inequities: a clinical nurse specialist helps make the health service work for Waikato cancer patients. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2014 924
Varied skills vital for busy rural nurse: a nurse aims to develop her practice to the highest level to benefit a rural community which struggles to keep doctors. O'Connor, Teresa Apr 1, 2014 857
Diabetes dedication: worried about the prevalence of type 2 diabetes, a Wellington nurse has formed a group of like-minded professionals to raise community awareness. Manchester, Anne Apr 1, 2014 1032
Breaking through the barriers to well-being: visiting mental health clients in their homes allows a Northland nurse the chance to check their physical health and help them learn how to manage it themselves. Stodart, Kathy Apr 1, 2014 1007
Wanted: a fully utilised sustainable workforce: a fully utilised sustainable nursing workforce is the key to meeting the health needs of all New Zealanders. But there's a long way to go until that goal is reached. Head, Marilyn Essay Apr 1, 2014 1655
Honouring a pioneer. Meads, Theresa Apr 1, 2014 893
Pioneering practice celebrates 25 years. O'Connor, Teresa Apr 1, 2014 1916
Critical thinking. Tanguay, Teddie Column Mar 22, 2014 1305
Workplace rep info. Brief article Mar 22, 2014 151
Resources and tools supporting environmental health and nursing practice. Bogart, Bonnie Hamilton Mar 22, 2014 447
The work environment of intensive care nurses. Breau, Myriam; Rheaume, Ann Report Mar 22, 2014 1288
The informed consent process in randomised controlled trials: a nurse-led process. Cresswell, Pip; Gilmour, Jean Report Mar 1, 2014 5818
Is it a rejection of care or a resident choice? Kulus Judi Mar 1, 2014 1043
What will you pledge for NHS Change Day? Mar 1, 2014 426
An audit of new asthma guidance for school staff. Ellmore, Kirsten Report Mar 1, 2014 2193
Functional capacity scale in assessment of patients with intracranial aneurysms: reliability and validity. Slusarz, Robert; Biercewicz, Monika; Rybicka, Roksana Clinical report Feb 1, 2014 6285
The president comments. Guy, Marion Feb 1, 2014 461
Caring for a patient with still's disease. Murray, Kaitlyn Feb 1, 2014 2535
Confessions of an (American) hospital administrator. Mitchell, John W. Viewpoint essay Feb 1, 2014 1727
Looking at the culture of nursing through fresh eyes. Nixon, Jasmine Viewpoint essay Feb 1, 2014 1702
Nursing in a bicultural society. McCracken, Donna Viewpoint essay Feb 1, 2014 2323
Students--a force for change: it is not only nurses who have a responsibility to advocate, at a policy level, for the welfare of their patients--nursing students, too, must become agents for change. Anderson, Julia Essay Feb 1, 2014 969
School nurse 121 Campaign. Godson, Rosalind Conference notes Jan 1, 2014 1145
Specialist community public health nurses: readiness for practice. Coates, Maggie; Gilroy, Victoria Report Jan 1, 2014 3130
Coalition building: the key to effective advocacy. Jan 1, 2014 569
Affordable Care Act information. Brief article Jan 1, 2014 106
President's column. Green, Vicki Column Jan 1, 2014 512
Excitement. Hodson, David Column Jan 1, 2014 428
HIPAA and the American Red Cross. Barham, Barbara Jan 1, 2014 980
Your President's perspective. DeRoos, Leigh Jan 1, 2014 1049
Nurses and health care reform: are we leading the way for positive change in our communities? Montoya, Patricia; Kozeliski, Allison Jan 1, 2014 1021
Holistic nursing and the patient protection and affordable health care act. Hess, Darlene; Markee, Deborah Report Jan 1, 2014 2069
Professionalism: a way of thinking and being. Cogswell, Darline Dec 22, 2013 492
Nursing and the quality and safety of care equation: where is New Brunswick headed? Tarjan, Roxanne Dec 22, 2013 625
Learning to avoid pitfalls and seek opportunities to use social media in healthcare: exploring how digital tools can improve health and healthcare. Fraser, Rob Report Dec 22, 2013 571
Critical thinking. Tanguay, Teddie Dec 22, 2013 1823
Napping during breaks on night shift: critical care nurse managers' perceptions. Edwards, Marie P.; McMillan, Diana E.; Fallis, Wendy M. Report Dec 22, 2013 4740
Monitor alarm fatigue. Rashotte, Judy Dec 22, 2013 1730
Analysis of queries from nurses to the South African National HIV & TB health Care Worker Hotline. Swart, A.M.; Chisholm, B.S.; Cohen, K.; Workman, L.J.; Cameron, D.; Blockman, M. Report Dec 1, 2013 2779
Now hear this ... Brief article Dec 1, 2013 251
Public health nursing: the foundation of the future. Conference notes Dec 1, 2013 2265
Nursing across the borders. Naughton, Louise Dec 1, 2013 1805
School Nurse 121 campaign. Godson, Rosalind Dec 1, 2013 999
The role of the school nurse in child protection. Hackett, Alison J. Report Dec 1, 2013 3789
A cognitive behavioural approach to working with parents and families. Chittenden, Debbie; Anthony, Paul Report Dec 1, 2013 3753
Adjust your sails and steer the course: embrace change! Oshikanlu, Ruth Dec 1, 2013 581
Nurses at breaking point. Brief article Dec 1, 2013 230
Developing models of care for the future. Dec 1, 2013 413
The lighter side of rural nursing in Colorado. Carpenter, Kathryn Nov 1, 2013 693
We must stand up for what we have won. Holmes, Brett Editorial Nov 1, 2013 604
Standing up for patients in the Shire: nurses and midwives at Sutherland Hospital are concerned about their ability to deliver safe patient care after a budget overrun at South Eastern Sydney LHD. Cover story Nov 1, 2013 418
The politics of health: Australian nurses can play an important role in achieving a health system that is more equitable, says Dr Gwendolyn Gray, adjunct fellow in the School of Political Science and International Relations at the Australian National University. Nov 1, 2013 852
Making the most of our empathy: New South Wales' Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer Susan Pearce says she had a "light bulb moment" while being a patient in ICU. Conference news Nov 1, 2013 524
Are new nurses 'too posh to wash?'. Conference notes Nov 1, 2013 694
Forging bonds with Maori. Brief article Nov 1, 2013 284
Valuing aged care and its nurses: it's all about making life meaningful for older people and developing nurses' clinical skills, says one experienced gerontology nurse. Manchester, Anne Nov 1, 2013 2057
A nurse is never really off duty: whether helping care for a friend or giving advice outside work hours, nurses are always accountable for their actions. Cain, Margaret Nov 1, 2013 1133
Casualisation--a threat to nursinq? Harry, Lesley Nov 1, 2013 989

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