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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
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
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
School nurse 121 campaign. Godson, Rosalind Aug 1, 2014 1004
Georgia alliance for health literacy what do you know? Davis, Margaret Aug 1, 2014 537
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
Understanding victims of honour-based violence. Dickson, Pat Report Jul 1, 2014 4449
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
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
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
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
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
Is it a rejection of care or a resident choice? Kulus Judi Mar 1, 2014 1043
The informed consent process in randomised controlled trials: a nurse-led process. Cresswell, Pip; Gilmour, Jean Report Mar 1, 2014 5818
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
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
Now hear this ... Brief article Dec 1, 2013 251
Nurses at breaking point. Brief article Dec 1, 2013 230
Developing models of care for the future. Dec 1, 2013 413
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
Pain management: new framework reviewed and endorsed. King, Sue Nov 1, 2013 327
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
The lighter side of rural nursing in Colorado. Carpenter, Kathryn Nov 1, 2013 693
Nurse perceptions of the diabetes get checked programme. Clendon, Jill; Carryer, Jenny; Walker, Leonie; Noble, Vicky; Minto, Rosemary; Calverley, Rachael; Da Report Nov 1, 2013 4846
Practice teaching: professional identity and role recognition. Adams, Karen Oct 1, 2013 3587
Child protection reports: key issues arising for public health nurses. Hanafin, Sinead Clinical report Oct 1, 2013 3714
Jungle aid ... the story continues. Neve, Emma Oct 1, 2013 1662
Underfunding in aged care must be addressed. Brief article Oct 1, 2013 262
Progressing nurse prescribing. Brief article Oct 1, 2013 188
'Cultural safety should be reviewed'. Manchester, Anne Conference notes Oct 1, 2013 873
Nurses must 'step up, engage and lead'. Conference notes Oct 1, 2013 561
Dealing with disclosure. Conference notes Oct 1, 2013 352
A study to explore nurses' knowledge in using the Glasgow Coma Scale in an acute care hospital. Mattar, Ihsan; Liaw, Sok Ying; Chan, Moon Fai Report Oct 1, 2013 4696
Bedside coaching to improve nurses' recognition of delirium. Gordon, Susan Jean; Melillo, Karen Devereaux; Nannini, Angela; Lakatos, Barbara E. Report Oct 1, 2013 4027
A view from the outside: nurses' clinical decision making in the 21st century. Deegan, Joan Report Oct 1, 2013 176
Spotlight on: nurse leaders of Santa Fe County. Column Oct 1, 2013 860
Keeping health care reform healthy, patients informed. Oct 1, 2013 803
Nursing swallow screens: why is testing water only not enough? Ellis, Allison Loftiss; Hannibal, Ruth Renee Report Oct 1, 2013 7149
Surveillance as an intervention in the care of stroke patients. Rhudy, Lori M.; Androwich, Ida Report Oct 1, 2013 7216
Keeping health care reform healthy, patients informed. Sep 22, 2013 803
Researching and respecting the intricacies of isolated communities. Blumling, Amy A.; Thomas, Tami L.; Stephens, Dionne P. Report Sep 22, 2013 7007
Expanding your nursing toolkit: why nurses need to know about social media and digital tools. Fraser, Rob Sep 22, 2013 906
What's wrong with this picture? Clement, Liette Sep 22, 2013 652
Mission possible: Creating a culture of civility. Priest, Susanne Sep 22, 2013 1445
Breaking barriers. Naughton, Louise Sep 1, 2013 2892
Building on 'jack of all trades' skills. Symonds, Jeff Editorial Sep 1, 2013 1017
Care rationing is an 'ethical dilemma'. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 299
Te Awhina unit shows leadership. Brief article Sep 1, 2013 286
Achieving six-hour stays in EDs: the last four years have seen significantly shorter stays in emergency departments. Avoiding 'target fatigue' could be a challenge for the future. Geraghty, Michael Viewpoint essay Sep 1, 2013 1002
Supporting people with eating disorders: eating disorders are complex, life-threatening mental illnesses. With presentations getting younger, nurses and case managers face unique challenges as they assist patients on the road to recovery. Dennehy, Belinda; Vanderhaven, Kim Sep 1, 2013 1939
Keeping a nursing watch in police cells: a pilot scheme which involved experienced mental health nurses working with those in custody at Christchurch Central Police Station has been extended to a 24/7 service. Burns, Bernie Sep 1, 2013 1883
What does it mean to be a professional nurse? To be truly professional, nurses must always act in a way that fosters trust and respect among patients, colleagues and the public. Ritchie, Lorraine; Gilmore, Cathy Sep 1, 2013 966
Learning to care for self first. Manchester, Anne Sep 1, 2013 906
New leaders for Te Runanga tauira elected. Sep 1, 2013 423
Infection control: new college embarks on an intrepid journey. McPherson, Barbara Sep 1, 2013 420
Rx for Doctor Shortage? Expanding nurses' range of duties is one way to address our nation's shortage of doctors. Hinkley, Kara Sep 1, 2013 730
Know better, do better! Singh, Tracy L. Aug 1, 2013 701
Time poor and barely coping. Aug 1, 2013 553
CPD recap. Kiejda, Judith Aug 1, 2013 391
Performance management plan. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Aug 1, 2013 314
Assessment and device selection for vascular access. Brief article Aug 1, 2013 167
Nursing care of dyspnea: the 6th vital sign in individuals with COPD. Brief article Aug 1, 2013 210
Nurses' access to funding will change primary health care. Aug 1, 2013 331
Now 'an honorary Kiwi nurse'. Aug 1, 2013 693
Indian nurse finds professional and personal joys in NZ. Aug 1, 2013 864
New Zealand 'a good place to raise children'. Aug 1, 2013 599
Migration 'complex and controversial'. Aug 1, 2013 1033
Helping transform health service models. Close, Brenda Viewpoint essay Aug 1, 2013 823
Feel the fear, but do it anyway.... O'Connor, Teresa Aug 1, 2013 1688
New models of care needed for the future. Clendon, Jill Aug 1, 2013 831
Human interaction still works, despite distance. Manchester, Anne Jul 1, 2013 738
Time to publish, not perish. Kazer, Meredith Wallace Jul 1, 2013 676
Facts play second fiddle to misinformation. Jul 1, 2013 519
The influence of personal characteristics on perioperative nurses' perceived competence: implications for workforce planning. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 127
To investigate the concerns and benefits of job sharing a community-based clinical nurse consultant role. Brief article Jul 1, 2013 167
How often does this happen? Sletten, Mary J. Jul 1, 2013 572
A renal nursing professional practice model: the next generation. Harwood, Lori; Downing, Linda; Ridley, Jane Jul 1, 2013 4196
This is who i am. Baker, Janet; Wu, Sophia Report Jul 1, 2013 1401
Understanding the hemodialysis patient with dementia. Hercz, Gavril Jul 1, 2013 1119
Inpatient hypoglycaemia: a study of nursing management. Coats, Adrienne; Marshall, Dianne Report Jul 1, 2013 3963
Primary healthcare NZ nurses' experiences of advance directives: understanding their potential role. Davidson, Raewyn; Banister, Elizabeth; de Vries, Kay Report Jul 1, 2013 4339
Spotlight on practice. Mason, Leilani Jun 22, 2013 841
Critical thinking. Tanguay, Teddie Jun 22, 2013 969
New ads highlight urgent need for ratios: the NSWNMA has launched two new television ads advocating for ratios in our emergency departments and on paediatric wards. Cover story Jun 1, 2013 229
Joining the struggle to end slavery. Jun 1, 2013 713
Neonatal: new skills framework. Marshall, Annie Jun 1, 2013 353
NMC referrals start to fall in the wake of Francis. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 159
Minimising pain response during routine infant immunisation. McGowan, Anne; Cottrell, Simon; Roberts, Richard; Lankshear, Annette Report Jun 1, 2013 3969
Reflection: from student to newly qualified health visitor. Day, Natasha Morris Jun 1, 2013 696
"Lean in" closer: tips for preparing our future nurses. Fitzpatrick, Joyce J. May 1, 2013 493
Establishing patient-centered physician and nurse bedside rounding. Rimmerman, Curtis M. May 1, 2013 2121
More than an intersection of common goals. Hackman, Deborah May 1, 2013 613
Life experience enriches practice. May 1, 2013 676
NMC audit highlights lack of clinical insight during fitness to practice screening. Brief article Apr 1, 2013 172
Community nursing staffing 'tool' to be rolled out in Scotland. Brief article Apr 1, 2013 168
Nurturing values: Health Education England (HEE) is the new leader in NHS training and education. Its Director of Nursing, Dr Lisa Bayliss-Pratt, tells Louise Naughton why a return to values will mean the media's 'too posh to wash' tag for nurses will soon become a thing of the past. Naughton, Louise Interview Apr 1, 2013 1585
Developing health visitor prescribing. Brooks, Christina Apr 1, 2013 2398
Are the rights of children and young people to reach their potential severely compromised by school exclusion? Howard, Joanne; Rabie, Gabrielle Apr 1, 2013 4964
The NHS in England: what do staff think? Brown, Barrie Survey Apr 1, 2013 834
Primary health vision lost in translation. Minto, Rosemary Editorial Apr 1, 2013 1043
The president and kaiwhakahaere comment. Editorial Apr 1, 2013 462
Waikato Hospital introduces new nursing role. Apr 1, 2013 473
Primary health care nurses take on new challenges: opportunities for innovation in primary care are increasing. Nurses at one North Island practice are now delivering aclasta infusions, a procedure traditionally performed in hospitals. Lindsay, Cathy Apr 1, 2013 1668
Pressures for change take their toll on nurses: as nurses face retrenchment and ongoing service delivery nurses changes, a state of seige is becoming apparent. Apr 1, 2013 1046
Respiratory health: educators' forum in Canterbury. Apr 1, 2013 435
We won't tolerate a two-tier health system: nurses, like other working people, need money to pay their bills and take care of their families--yet members have chosen to prioritise more nurses over more pay for our 2013 public health system campaign. Holmes, Brett Editorial Apr 1, 2013 680
Emergency nurses under pressure: minimum nurse-treatment space ratios essential for safe functioning of EDs. Apr 1, 2013 1071
Applying the PARiHS framework in a knowledge dissemination initiative. Gozdzik, Anna Report Apr 1, 2013 2137
SB342 Senate Public Affairs Committee hearing. Brief article Apr 1, 2013 162
Report from the capitol--2013 legislative session (doesn't end for another 6 days). Siegle, Linda Apr 1, 2013 587
The emerging role of nurse coach. Dossey, Barbara M.; Hess, Darlene R. Apr 1, 2013 1397
California's minimum nurse staffing legislation: results from a natural experiment. Mark, Barbara A.; Harless, David W.; Spetz, Joanne; Reiter, Kristin L.; Pink, George H. Report Apr 1, 2013 7344
Frontotemporal degeneration in the patient with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis: helping the caregiver cope. Houseman, Gail; Walsh, Susan; Brothers, Allyson; Lyter, Judy; Simmons, Zachary; Klapper, Jennifer Report Mar 31, 2013 3493
Effect of an educational intervention on nursing staff knowledge, confidence, and practice in the care of children with mild traumatic brain injury. Cook, Rebecca S.; Gillespie, Gordon L.; Kronk, Rebecca; Daugherty, Margot C.; Moody, Suzanne M.; All Report Mar 31, 2013 7806
Coverage is not enough: we need a transformation of the delivery of health care! Mar 22, 2013 1764
Your license on the line: what you need to know about the disciplinary process. Mezer, Ben Mar 22, 2013 1254
Critical thinking. Tanguay, Teddie Mar 22, 2013 955
Patient safety in New Brunswick. Duke, Mariette Mar 22, 2013 685
Environmental health and nursing practice in New Bunswick. Boggart, Bonnie Hamilton Mar 22, 2013 1510
New Brunswick occupational health nurses. Belding, Elaine Mar 22, 2013 383
Community health nurses of Canada. Deitch, Patty Mar 22, 2013 715
Health and gender in female-dominated occupations: the case of male nurses. Liminana-Gras, Rosa M.; Sanchez-Lopez, M. Pilar; Saavedra-San Roman, Ana I.; Corbalan-Berna, F. Javi Essay Mar 22, 2013 6325
A mixed-method study on the socialization process in clinical nursing faculty. Clark, Connie L. Report Mar 1, 2013 3884
Direction and delegation study. Hughes, Marg Letter to the editor Mar 1, 2013 274
Come together for International Women's Day. Anionwu, Elizabeth N. Editorial Mar 1, 2013 479
What constitutes safeguarding children supervision for health visitors and school nurses? Botham, Jayne Mar 1, 2013 5552
Use your voice speak up for your clients: the Francis inquiry into the unnecessary deaths at the Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust provides vital lessons for us all. How can you ensure you give your patients the best care possible? Oshikanlu, Ruth Mar 1, 2013 512
School Nurse 121 Campaign. Godson, Rosalind Mar 1, 2013 1261
Francis delivers his verdict. Naughton, Louise Mar 1, 2013 2643
Cameron targets nurse pay: British Prime Minister David Cameron wants to tie nurses' pay to how well they look after their patients. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 222
Ratios lead to lower re-admissions: a study published in the American journal Medical Care has found that increased nurse-to-patient ratios and good work environments for nurses are linked to lower, 30-day readmission rates for patients suffering from heart failure, myocardial infarction and pneumonia. Brief article Mar 1, 2013 189
Time to care: The Association's community health campaign aims to match the growing demand for more health care at home with more time for community nurses to deliver that care. Cover story Mar 1, 2013 741
Push for safer community health: capping face-to-face patient contact is a flexible solution for community nurses of all specialties. Cover story Mar 1, 2013 500
Visit your MP to gain support for ratios. Cover story Mar 1, 2013 1071
Research links ratios to better outcomes: a massive and growing body of research in a wide variety of international settings is demonstrating a strong link between higher levels of nurse staffing and lower hospital-related mortality, lower incidences of failure to rescue, and better and safer patient outcomes. Cover story Mar 1, 2013 1117
Alarm over coal dust: nurses have joined a Newcastle-based community campaign to warn of the health hazards from increasing coal shipments. Mar 1, 2013 880
No reform without nurses: Federal health minister Tanya Plibersek says nurses are critical to the success of health care reform. Mar 1, 2013 1208
Easter loading. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Mar 1, 2013 313
In charge but unpaid. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Mar 1, 2013 298
Documentation in a PICU setting: is a checklist tool effective? Boucher, Kylie; Griffiths, Eliza; Sargent, Danielle; Mabotha, Nicole; George, Pauline; McKinley, Dia Brief article Mar 1, 2013 260
Research and evidence-based practice in a rural Victorian cohort. Koschel, Alison; Cross, Maddalena; Haines, Helen; Ervin, Kaye; SkinnerLouis, Debbie; Carbone, Daniel Brief article Mar 1, 2013 218
How competency standards became the preferred national technology for classifying nursing performance in Australia. Grealish, Laurie Brief article Mar 1, 2013 137
Evidence-based care gets short shrift. Feb 1, 2013 375
Ratios put patient safety first: the focus of our Public Health System 2013 award claim is to improve and extend the nursing hours/ratios system. Holmes, Brett Editorial Feb 1, 2013 599
More community nurses for a better health system: more community nurses would relieve the pressure on the public hospital system, says RN Mimi Chu. Cover story Feb 1, 2013 503
The bush deserves better: a lack of funding and staff in country and regional communities means an increase in nursing workloads, with the result that patients suffer unnecessarily. Katrina Lee, CNS at Orange Base Hospital, tells The Lamp why every patient, in every region and community in New South Wales, deserves the right to safe care. Cover story Feb 1, 2013 393
We need safe ratios: despite the vulnerability of their tiny charges, Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) do not have the same level of mandated nurse numbers as their adult ICU equivalents. Neonatal nurse Emily Orchard features in a new NSWNMA campaign to inform the community about the need to improve ratios in these wards. Cover story Feb 1, 2013 316
Patient care is at the heart of our campaign: the story of Danielle Griffiths, whose baby Sam spent 11 weeks in an Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, highlights why the NSWNMA continues to put safe patient care and ratios front and centre in all our campaigns. Our Public Health System 2013 campaign will seek to improve nurse numbers in this and other vital areas. Feb 1, 2013 681
The ethics of action: one of the most confronting issues for nurses has long been whether to engage in industrial action. Cover story Feb 1, 2013 792
Danger signs at understaffed ED: Bathurst Hospital board deaf to nurses' plea for help. Feb 1, 2013 654
Pre-dispensed doses. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Feb 1, 2013 269
A guide to understanding and working with General Practice in NSW. Saunders, Carla; Tierney, Laura Abstract Feb 1, 2013 120
Caring for people is NZNO's first duty. Annals, Geoff Feb 1, 2013 1033
Into the new year! We're on the road to nowhere ... Cottingham, Chris Feb 1, 2013 836
Safe staffing unit director resigns, confident of future. Feb 1, 2013 509
More diabetes nurses able to prescribe. Brief article Feb 1, 2013 129
Tougher requirements for overseas trained nurses to register here. Report Feb 1, 2013 539
New graduates, desperate for jobs, working voluntarily. Feb 1, 2013 466
Pursuing the dream of flying and nursing: the role of a flight nurse is physically and mentally challenging. above all, the nurse must be well prepared, adaptable and flexible. Manchester, Anne Feb 1, 2013 1899
Canterbury DEUs foster collegiality: as more dedicated education units are established in Canterbury, levels of collaboration and collegiality between clinical staff, students and lecturers continue to deepen. Sims, Deborah; Cook, Deborah Feb 1, 2013 1865
Community DEU empowers students and staff: using the dedicated education unit rather than the preceptorship model for students on clinical placements is providing a range of advantages for all concerned at Nurse Maude in Christchurch. Bentin, Julie; Betony, Karen; Moore, Louisa; Yarwood, Judy Feb 1, 2013 1921
Seeking answers to perioperative deaths: when a patient dies following surgery, what are the questions nurses should ask to elicit information that may prevent further deaths? Robinson, Teena Feb 1, 2013 1972
Guideline endorsed. Brief article Feb 1, 2013 134
Nurse's registration cancelled for fraudulent acts. Singh, Rosylin Radha Feb 1, 2013 785
Keeping up to date with public health practice: one of the difficulties facing a newly qualified specialist community public health nurse is maintaining knowledge of the latest research and development within the field. This article identifies and suggests a range of strategies and solutions. Corcoran, Nova; Spargo, Dwynwen Jan 1, 2013 1559
Voluntary code for community nursery nurses. Report Jan 1, 2013 225
The cost of complacency. Sletten, Mary J. Jan 1, 2013 545
Moving beyond the "perpetual novice": understanding the experiences of novice hemodialysis nurses and cannulation of the arteriovenous fistula. Wilson, Barbara; Harwood, Lori; Oudshoorn, Abe Report Jan 1, 2013 6944
Nurses design their workplace Utopia: United States. Brief article Dec 1, 2012 272
Cobar nurses close beds: a Local Health District's refusal to spend $40 a day to re-establish an on-call roster at a small but busy rural hospital, has forced nurses to limit bed numbers. Cover story Dec 1, 2012 1414
The fifth nurse: nurses at two South Coast hospitals worked together to successfully prevent dangerous staff cuts at Bega Hospital. Cover story Dec 1, 2012 1036
Warning on maternity care plan: nurses point to potential health risks to mothers and newborns. Cover story Dec 1, 2012 678
From ostracism to acceptance--the gift of surgery: a day in the life of a New Zealand nurse who volunteered with Mercy Ships in Guinea, West Africa from August to October this year. She was also a volunteer for 13 months in 2007/2008. Foxley, Maria Dec 1, 2012 1450
Making a difference in infection control. McPherson, Barbara Editorial Nov 1, 2012 954
Obstructive sleep apnoea-what is it and how can nurses help? Obstructive sleep apnoea can have a profound impact on the individual and their family. Nurses have a pivotal role in providing supportive treatment, care and education. McLellan, Joanna; Beck, Julie Viewpoint essay Oct 1, 2012 1677
Nursing research: understanding nursing innovations for the transformation of communities of care. Burge, Donna M.; Sullivan, Shelia Cox Report Sep 22, 2012 5059
Rural nurse leaders: who are they? What have they done? Saying goodbye to one and moving on to honor others. Fahs, Pamela Stewart Editorial Sep 22, 2012 1307
Travelling an uncharted land. Johal, Sarb Editorial Sep 1, 2012 1087
Dot and the Nodding Donkeys--sycophancy at work: a nodding Donkey screening tool has developed to established 'Obedince Boundaries' for aspiring DHB staff. Cottingham, Chris Sep 1, 2012 718
A strong patient advocate. Martin, Pat Sep 1, 2012 1009
Shaping the flow of primary health care nursing: A rich fare of speakers and topics, poster displays, social events and product exhibitions ensured a successful inaugural conference for NZNO's primary health care nurses' college. Manchester, Anne Conference notes Sep 1, 2012 579
Asking open-ended questions. Sep 1, 2012 342
More visibility for gerontology nurses. Daltrey, Julie Sep 1, 2012 415
A mental health and recovery framework for all. Brinkman, Anne Sep 1, 2012 689
Meeting the needs of Muslim patients and staff. Sep 1, 2012 552
Nurses must be protected from danger; while nursing is an enormously rewarding and fulfilling career, the nature of the job can leave us vulnerable to injury and the environments in which we practice can be inherently dangerous. Holmes, Brett Editorial Aug 1, 2012 604
Assaults and abuse the daily norm: a University of Wollongong study of two Illawarra hospitals found that 25% of ED nurses experienced a physical assault at least once a month. Aug 1, 2012 492
Extra part-time shift. Kiejda, Judith Brief article Aug 1, 2012 129
Tortured for giving care: Rula Al'Saffar, president of the Bahrain Nursing Society, was recently named the 11th most influential person in the Middle East. Last year she was incarcerated and tortured by the Bahraini government after treating protestors injured during an anti-government rally. Aug 1, 2012 967
Nurses boost nation's blood stocks: nurses along the mid and north coast of New South Wales have banded together to boost blood reserves for the Australian Red Cross. Aug 1, 2012 442
How do you handle change? Warren, Sheila Aug 1, 2012 642
Mobility in nursing: an ongoing evolution: why providers are investing strategically in nurse-friendly mobile solutions. Perna, Gabriel Aug 1, 2012 1520
What nurse educators can do to save patient safety from falling through the cracks. Fitzpatick, Joyce J. Editorial Jul 1, 2012 533
Continuing nursing education listings. Jul 1, 2012 492
Passionate about gastroenterology: a nurse's dream that Hawke's Bay Hospital would one day have a dedicated endoscopy suite looks set to be realised. Burton, Sandra Jul 1, 2012 895
President's column. Green, Vicki Column Jul 1, 2012 919
How can we help you deal with disruptive behavior in your workplace? Dulaney, Peggy Jul 1, 2012 357
Nurses 'formidable opponents' in fight against tobacco. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 318
Blame the nurse: Lana Robertson's story--not untypical of nurses who suffer manual handling injuries--highlights the dangers posed by suggested changes to the NSW workers' compensation scheme. Jun 1, 2012 795
Victory for aged care nurses. Brief article Jun 1, 2012 104
Integrating the Institute of Medicine Future of Nursing Report into the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses strategic plan. Hinkle, Janice L.; Sullivan, Cindy; Villanueva, Nancy; Hickey, Joanne V. May 31, 2012 2701
Impact of disease-specific orientation on new graduate nurse satisfaction and knowledge retention. Ballard, Julie; Mead, Cindy; Richardson, Deborah; Lotz, Abby May 31, 2012 4017
The president comments ... Tunnicliff, Nano May 1, 2012 448
The Olga diaries--a day in the life of Olga the intern: Olga shares a hectic day in her nursing life, what with PDRP peer review forms, Quality Team updates, Ministry Benchmarking Indicators, working with a naive student and receiving the Wellness Warrior of the Month Award. Cottingham, Chris May 1, 2012 911
New handling guidelines. Brief article May 1, 2012 131
From patient to nurse--my journey: time spent in the Wilson Home for Crippled Children has left deep scars on a Dunedin enrolled nurse. But the experiences have had a profound effect on his behaviour as a nurse. Stanaway, Paul Viewpoint essay May 1, 2012 975
Caring for the dying--lessons learnt in New Zealand: an English nurse discovers a new perspective on life--and death--after becoming immersed in some aspects of Maori culture. Coggins, Jason May 1, 2012 1402
Immigrant members face huge challenges: many immigrant women working in health care face innumberable challenges transitioning to life and work in New Zealand. NZNO members can have an important role to play in helping them in this transition. Williams, Louana May 1, 2012 944
A great win for aged care: it has been a mixed month with a massive boost to aged care funding--a tremendous achievement--and a nasty attack brewing against workers' compensation. Holmes, Brett Editorial May 1, 2012 731
Limit on non-urgent referrals: management of the Tweed Heads Community Health Centre has placed restrictions on new non-urgent cases in an effort to reduce mounting demands on community nurses. Cover story May 1, 2012 386
Nurses for breastfeeding: policy alert. Seabolt, Laura Apr 1, 2012 864
These attacks can be stopped: the bad news is the O'Farrell Government has revealed its true character with an agenda to roll back public sector wages and conditions. The good news is our Victorian colleagues have shown that determined action by nurses is more than a match for any government that treats patient care with contempt. Holmes, Brett Editorial Apr 1, 2012 577
Nurses knock down 60 "needless hurdles". Brief article Apr 1, 2012 148
Ratios under threat: the state government's plan for a comprehensive attack on the working conditions of nurses is becoming clearer. Cover story Apr 1, 2012 1257
Regional Australia needs quality aged care: influential federal MP TONY Windsor has pledged his support for the because we care campaign to win better wages and conditions for nurses working in aged care. Apr 1, 2012 465

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