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

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Title Author Type Words
Addressing the problem of masculinity. Harding, Thomas 816
AIDS advocate to speak at ICN conference. 203
Airport nurses to get health assessment role. 348
Building a delegate structure in Wellington. 206
Campaigning for a fourth week's leave: union members are being urged to lobby their MPs, write letters to newspapers, make claims during collective agreement negotiations and write submissions in support of a campaign for more paid leave. Manchester, Anne 698
Campaigning for fairer nurse/midwife pay. 281
Critical care conference looks at ventilation and hypothermia. 441
Deaf mental health service wins award. 236
Discrimination brings advantages: a nurse reflects on the personal and professional advantages he has gained, simply by being male in a predominantly female environment. Annals, Geoff 955
Discussion document on complementary therapies released. 184
Dunedin. Alexander, Glenda 383
Events. Calendar 720
Facing up to severe acute respirator syndrome: New Zealand will not escape the epidemic of severe acute respiratory syndrome. Nurses need to be informed and to understand their professional responsibilities. Davis, Karen 1824
Focus on women's issues. 196
Former nurse practitioner disillusioned with nursing. Pepperell, Garry Letter to the Editor 372
From segregation to integration--one male nurse's journey: a male nurse who began his training in the mid-'60s has seen many changes in the profession. Here he shares some reflections. O'Connor, Teresa 1036
GATS poses ongoing threat to health services. 398
Guidelines, regulations, standards, policies and ... in increasingly stressful and litigious times, are the policies governing nursing practice becoming more important than the practice itself? Cottingham, Chris 998
Involvement in NZNO college brings personal and professional rewards. 655
Male nurses are 'always remembered'. 994
Male nurses--the struggle for acceptance: nursing in New Zealand has long been regarded as a female profession. For much of last century, men struggled to claim an equal status. Harding, Thomas 2753
Male psychiatric nurses implicated in 'euthanasia'. Smith, Graham Letter to the Editor 464
Male student experienced a sense of isolation: despite big shifts in attitudes within and outside the profession, a new graduate nurse experienced a sense of isolation during his education. O'Connor, Teresa 1216
Members accept offer after long campaign. 289
Men in nursing--what's their rightful place? There are many paradoxes associated with men in nursing leadership positions. The profession needs to debate them. O'Connor, Teresa 1030
Mental health and acute nursing attract most male nurses. 636
Mixed-sex rooms--invading patients' privacy? Mixed-sex rooms in hospital wards have provoked little debate in New Zealand. But in the United Kingdom they are seen as an invasion of patients' privacy. Burrell, Beverely 2631
Mourning the passing of a great nursing leader: nursing pioneer Irihapeti Ramsden, mourned by thousands throughout New Zealand, was controversial in her death as she had been throughout her life. Manchester, Anne 1217
Moves to control direct advertising of prescription medicines. 423
New organiser appointed in Christchurch. 120
Northern districts may take industrial action. 370
Nurse neglects mental health patient. 347
Organisers of caregivers' conference deserve thanks. Robertson, Cindy Letter to the Editor 141
Palmerson North. Olsthoorn, Lyn 329
Plunket nurses to be honoured in nationwide initiative. 217
Practice nurse incensed at treatment of rural nurse. Baillie, Margaret Letter to the Editor 379
Protecting the position of enrolled nurses: NZNO has recently successfully blocked the release of a Ministry Health statement restricting the practice of enrolled nurses. Alexander, Glenda 947
Remembering Irihapeti Ramsden: Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand invited a range of nursing leaders and nursing friends to write their own special tribute or memory of Irihapeti Ramsden. 3695
Remembering workers who have died. 188
Retiring nurse says 'goodbye, and good luck' to NZNO. Stevenson, Annette Letter to the Editor 236
Stomal therapy study day attracts nurses from around the country. 318
The president comments. O'Malley, Jane 397
Throwing the baby out with the bath water? Regan, Gill Letter to the Editor 362
Tool to assist NZNO's partnership commitment. Baker, Chris 350
Trans Tasman agreements. 107
Turangawaewae Marae to host hui. 180
Whangarei. Gilmour, Carol 494

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