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

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Title Author Type Words
Auckland. Lennox, Mark 410
Challenging primary health care nurses to take new action. O'Connor, Teresa 1001
Chief nursing adviser awarded nursing doctorate. 267
Council policy on EN portfolios in place since 1999. 265
District nurses hold information evening. 324
Four pillars for primary health care nurses. 731
Harre steps down as Alliance leader. 188
Health care assistants may undermine nursing in the future. Geraghty, Michael Letter to the Editor 324
Health gaps: who's to blame? Claims a Maori failure to take individual responsibility for their health leads to a life expectancy lower than Pakeha are knee-jerk and simplistic, the authors of a new study write. Robson, Bridget 771
Horizontal violence is 'insidious' in nursing education settings. Hughes, Hemaima Letter to the Editor 528
How families experience mental health nursing care: a research study into the interactions between registered nurses in an acute mental health inpatient unit and clients' families provides guidelines to improve mental health nursing practice. Betteridge, Karina 2637
Innovations encourage new opportunities for nurses. 264
Is nursing's voice heard or heeded? O'Connor, Teresa 1009
Jocelyn Keith becomes NERF patron. 312
Kai Tiaki pages reveal horizontal violence is not new in nursing. Radford, Pat Letter to the Editor 164
Leading youth health in the Hutt Valley. 362
Like the threads of a whariki. 414
Meeting health needs in the Buller region. 485
Mental health nursing raises its profile. 285
MidCentral appoints new primary health care nursing director. 398
Midwifery news. Trim, Susanne 239
New legislation now governs nursing. 280
New whanau nurse model for Turangi. 395
Nurse challenges international tampon company. 547
Nurse practitioner role creates period of transition. Phillips, Suzanne Letter to the Editor 667
Nurse practitioners must retain clinical focus: if the role of nurse practitioner is to retain its integrity and remain true to the reason for its inception, those endorsed as nurse practitioners must remain grounded in clinical practice. Three of the country's nurse practitioners outline why. Betts, Julie 1436
Nurses must take their rightful place in mental health; nurses must assume a more powerful role in mental health and health care generally, to ensure a broader perspective is brought to bear on all health issues. Doncliff, Brent 985
Nurses present diversity of practice. 1143
Nursing Council to hold forum. 143
Nursing degree to be offered in Masterton. 352
NZNO fair pay campaign takes off. 485
NZNO launches new website. 195
NZNO moves to boost members in aged care: NZNO wants more members in the aged-care sector. As part of its on-going campaign for better pay and conditions in the sector, it has implemented a process for recruiting new employees. O'Connor, Teresa 839
NZNO to get more 'aggressive' in its support of ENs. 890
NZNO works hard to support enrolled nurses. Hewlett, Robyn Letter to the Editor 211
Older nurses face the challenges of tertiary study: a group of RGONs, most in their fifties, went back to school for a year. Here three share their journey to comprehensive registration. Pleasants, Julie 1058
Palmerston North. Swift, Jane 299
Presbyterian Support staff to take strike action this month. 329
Primary health care nurses identify five key issues. 240
Primary health care. 406
Removing barriers between nurses and patients: adopting a new model of patient care has empowered mental health nurses at Timaru Hospital to focus on patients' achievements rather than their problems. Liddy, Paul 1939
Report from NPAC-NZ. 345
Rural health nurses welcome funding package. 655
Safe staffing 'bombshell' does not deter NZNO. 790
Scholarships a step towards addressing student debt burden. 208
Shifting the health culture to develop a better workforce. 493
South Island strike action a possibility this month. 316
Strong NZNO presence expected at CTU conference. 115
The challenges of primary health care: more than 300 nurses gathered at Te Papa in Wellington last month to share experiences of primary health care nursing. Manchester, Anne 1026
Turangawaewae Marae hosts Te Runanga Hui. Baker, Chris 892
University qualifications don't make better nurses. Lowe, Kathy Letter to the Editor 372
Wellington. Haultain, Rob 225
Whangarei. Gilmour, Carol 445

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