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

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'Heart to heart' symposium held in Christchurch. Ward, Judy 356
A warning to nurses over the Fair Pay Campaign. Mathias, Lee Letter to the Editor 372
Addressing the health gaps between Maori and non-Maori: nurses--along with the rest of the community--have a responsibility to challenge the policies and practices that underpin health disparities. 860
Australia honours New Zealand nurse in Bali. 604
Balancing work and family lives: fulfilling work and family responsibilities can be an exhausting juggling act. The Council of Trade Unions wants to help workers get the balance right. O'Connor, Teresa 895
Better ways to cook bacon--reflecting on nursing. Walsh, Kenneth 890
Carrol Mitchell's Award of Honour well deserved. Sherrard, Isabelle Letter to the Editor 161
Cervical screening advisory group meets. 126
Delegate convenors plan more Fair Pay Campaign action. 239
Developing workplace writing skills for nurses: writing for different audiences in the health care system requires different skills. Here one nurse outlines some tips. Schroyen, Bonnie 950
District nursing in Wellington reaches its centenary. Arcus, Kerri 434
Embracing the art and the science of nursing: nursing must pay equal attention to the art and the science of practice to achieve its full professional potential and assume a leadership role in health. Gage, Jeffrey 1857
Enrolled nurses respond to card appeal. 197
Events. Calendar 426
Faith community nurses meet. 130
Flexible learning: postgraduate nursing options emphasise flexibility. 161
Frontline nurses face increasing violence from patients on 'P'. Harris, Caroline 634
Interest in establishing national educators' section growing. 108
Irihapeti Ramsden features in prestigious journal. 277
Nelson. McGrath, Jackie 331
New law brings major changes: the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act will mean major change for the profession. Those changes will be introduced over the next year. O'Connor, Teresa 868
Nurse practitioner suggests use of clinical guidelines. Renouf, Paula Letter to the Editor 252
Nurse shares some return-to-nursing observations. Graydon, Leith Letter to the Editor 433
Nursing Council forum attracts growing members: maintaining safety in a changing and diverse environment is just one of the many challenges facing the Nursing Council. Manchester, Anne 689
Nursing education--the solution or the problem? All is not well in undergraduate nursing education. But there is a reluctance among educators to honestly examine why, according to a nurse educator who has returned to practice. Cottingham, Chris 1410
Nursing people with disabilities: who cares? Following some curriculum changes at Palmerston North's Universal College of Learning (UCOL), students are finding working with people with disabilities a positive experience. Blair, Les 2007
Nursing research section ponders future. 228
NZNO makes an impact at CTU conference: NZNO delegates attended this year's CTU conference in record numbers--and their message was unmistakable. Harris, Caroline 955
Practice nurses must embrace opportunities. Foote, David Letter to the Editor 128
Presbyterian support members strike for 24 hours. 466
Primary colours: new postgraduate papers target primary health care. 324
Raising awareness of refugee health issues. Harris, Caroline 341
Recording the 'forgotten' nurses' stories. 308
Researching stroke incidence: working as a research nurse can be challenging, leading to new ways of working in a variety of hospital and community settings. Manchester, Anne 859
Rural health nursing scholarship winners announced. Harris, Caroline 306
Samoan nurses launch national workforce survey. 618
Senior nurses reach a collective settlement: Palmerston North. Olsthoorn, Lyn 355
Skills and simulation education: a key part of the nursing curriculum and on-going skill maintenance?? 502
Staff arrivals and departures. 257
Striking Oamaru nurses agree to urgent mediation. 354
Survey highlights difficulties with standing orders. 218
Taking responsibility for children's rights: nurses are very knowledgeable about children's needs and should use this knowledge to promote children's rights. Grant-Mackie, Diana 861
The president comments ... O'Malley, Jane Letter to the Editor 445
The rewards of being an educator. O'Connor, Teresa 3230
University qualifications do enhance nurses' practice. Struthers, Jan Letter to the Editor 493
Wanganui hosts successful neonatal workshop. Hitchcock, Judy 220
Whangarei. Gilmour, Carol 380
Who was that unnamed nurse from 1944? 614
Wintec introduces undergraduate mental health stream. Harris, Caroline 347

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