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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (June 1, 2003)

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ACC's medical misadventure criteria reviewed. 167
Agreement on tripartite approach near. 260
Applying yourself: applying for funding can be an unfamiliar process for many nurses. The keys to success include careful preparation, allowing sufficient time and seeking professional support. Jones, Shelley 2071
Appreciating the diversity and complexity of humanity. Lissington, Jenayre Letter to the Editor 127
Arnold to drive magnet hospital project. 306
Auckland. 473
Budget delivers a mixed bag for nurses and students. 265
Cardiac nurses holding a "heart to heart" symposium. 228
Celebrating International Nurses Day. 971
Christchurch. 149
Coaching nurses to improved patient safety: Waitemata District Health Board's medical nursing services established a new clinical support role for staff nurses. Now other nursing services are looking at introducing it. Yonekura, Michiko 1820
College and section chairs meet in Wellington. 159
Committee reviews its achievements. Christine, Baker 335
Contact with Irihapeti Ramsden treasured. Saxon, Ketana Letter to the Editor 396
Eckhoff thanks nurses for their support. Eckhoff, Marg Letter to the Editor 119
Employer's priorities criticised. Doncliff, Brent Letter to the Editor 189
Events. Calendar 769
Fijian nurse seeks contact with colleagues. Chandra, Ravind Letter to the Editor 87
Funding available for smear-taker training: the National Cervical Screening Programme wants more nurses to train as smear takers and is reimbursing their course fees. O'Connor, Teresa 851
Getting the most out of NZNO's library: NZNO members have access to a comprehensive library, focusing on nurses' health and employment issues. Here's a guide on how to make the most of this valuable resource. Stopforth, Linda 978
Health and safety campaign well underway: Dunedin. 654
Hospital in the home innovation recognised. 797
How students understand cultural safety: interviews with ten third-year nursing students about their attitudes towards cultural safety revealed six distinct themes. Warren, Sue 2965
ICN changes conference revenue after bombings. 91
Integrating research into daily practice: a consultant's question to a group of nurses about the effectiveness of the Trendenlenberg position, prompted research that changed nurses' practice. Knowles, Margaret 2254
Introducing sociology to nursing students: during the 1970s, the Dunedin School of Nursing led the country in integrating sociology into the general nursing curriculum. Wassner, Adelheid 1765
Male nurse reflects back on his nursing career. Matheson, Ian Letter to the Editor 270
Masters qualification fails to win financial recognition. Williams, Barbara Letter to the Editor 166
Members vote on Northern Districts' MECA. 886
Men's health paper provided formative knowledge. Reeves, Bobbi-Lea Letter to the Editor 201
Nelson. 439
New CTU secretary elected. 153
New Zealanders all responsible for children who live on the streets. 677
NSU training grant supports cervical smear takers. 210
Nurse shares 'essential ingredients' for independent practice. O'Connor, Teresa 984
NZNO called on to help build the anti-war movement. Satherley, James Letter to the Editor 412
NZNO continues to campaign for nurse/patient ratios. 215
NZNO's pay campaign gains momentum: members have resoundingly endorsed NZNO's campaign to ensure fair pay for nurses close the gender pay gap. But there is still plenty of work to do to ensure pay equity becomes a reality. Harre, Laila 1025
Palmerston North. 346
Perioperative nurses invited to apply for accreditation. 280
Plea to Nursing Council to look after qualified nurses. Powell, Glenda Letter to the Editor 459
Ramsden's whanau returns Akenehi Hei Award. Manchester, Anne 336
Report identifies goals for primary health care nursing. 421
SARS fact sheet available. 191
Some changes to HPCA welcomed. 314
Student debt is profoundly affecting nursing: an investigation into the impact of student loan debt has revealed its negative effects on nurses' personal, professional and family lives. O'Connor, Teresa 2255
Taking education to the periphery: despite its obvious success, it's unlikely the pilot nursing degree programme run from Kaitaia will continue. Manchester, Anne 985
The impact of preoperative hair removal on surgical site infection. 2362
The world of nursing education funding. Brown, Eileen 894
Understanding motor neurone disease: Motor Neurone Disease Awareness Day--June 21--aims to make the public and health professionals aware of the urgent practical and emotional needs of those with the disease and their families. Morgan, Anne 2243
Women need a revolution in workplace. 450
Working upstream for those working downstream: NZNO is involved in a range of activities aimed at supporting the work of the nurse at the "diamond mine". Carter, Taylor 1010

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