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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (April 1, 2004)

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A diary of distress: heavy workloads, high stress and staff shortages are a dangerous combination. A high-performing nurse and respected NZNO delegate chronicles her slide into work burnout and underlines the importance of NZNO's current fair pay and safe staffing campaigns. Black, Janet Column 2396
A lifetime of nursing in a rural community: nursing in a small West Coast community has provided a lifetime of satisfaction, challenge and inspiration. O'Connor, Teresa 1983
Article on a nursing ethical issue proves useful. Dow, Linda Letter to the Editor 125
Autoclave on way to Niue. Brief Article 123
Changes to ACC's medical misadventure criteria. Brief Article 176
Child health post-graduate education is available. Warren, Barbara Levitt Letter to the Editor 232
Children's views on parental separation sought. Rigg, Andrea Letter to the Editor 266
Creating healthy school communities: the Health Promoting Schools (HPS) project is now running in at least 360 primary, intermediate and secondary schools throughout New Zealand. in Hawke's Bay, the project is led by the public health nurses and a HPS resource team. Manchester, Anne 1777
Defining and delivering core midwifery care: International Midwives Day is celebrated on May 5. In this article, a core midwife outlines her philosophy of care and argues the work she does is integral to the model of midwifery as a partnership. Wynn-Williams, Beth 3068
Determining new nursing scopes of practice: the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act 2003 is providing new opportunities to determine how nursing will be delivered in the future. Millar, Chris 936
Events. Calendar 593
Exhibition to mark midwifery centenary. Brief Article 206
Family Planning Association. Brown, Carol Brief Article 87
Fiji wants to keep its nurses. Brief Article 175
Filling health gaps in the Wairarapa: primary health care nurses are finding innovative ways of working together to meet the needs of the Masterton and Wairarapa communities. Manchester, Anne Cover Story 2958
Forum debates cultural competence. 630
Forum debates magnet progress. 458
Gastric reflux support network helps parents. Ballantyne, Roslyn Letter to the Editor 287
Honouring caregivers, their work and their patients. Brief Article 176
Improvements for Nurse Maude. Coughlan, Joy Brief Article 187
Inappropriate relationship leads to council censure. Brief Article 268
Intravenous nurses gather in Dunedin. Brief Article 163
Lower North Island MECA marks turning point in campaign. Olsthoorn, Lyn 392
MECA settled. Brief Article 123
Mental health nurses' settlement. Wilson, Chris Brief Article 197
Negotiating a national agreement for rest-home chain. Kostanich, Jane 405
New medical reference. Brief Article 135
New statistics show increase in Maori life expectancy. Brief Article 264
Nominations for gerontology nurse award sought. Brief Article 179
Nurse found guilty of attempted murder. Brief Article 99
Nurse who exploited client struck off register: Ma Christy Labadlabad Bacaling, RCpN. 402
Nurses working in partnership with their community. Brief Article 320
Nursing Council consulting on scopes of practice. 664
NZMA withdraws from practice nurse negotiations. Wilson, Chris 358
NZNO a step closer to national bargaining. McIntyre, Lyndy Brief Article 285
Otago agreements. Lobb, Lorraine Brief Article 218
Our nursing history must be documented. Powell, Joyce Letter to the Editor 329
Paid parental leave extended. Brief Article 270
Papers wanted for South Pacific Forum. Brief Article 124
Petition gathers momentum. Brief Article 260
Profiling Maitera Tutahi. Column 523
Proposed employment law needs amendment: the Employment Relations Reform Bill contains a number of positive changes. But NZNO wants amendments to parts of the Bill. Lawrie, Jock 1288
Regional conventions underway. McIntyre, Lyndy 462
Strong interest in overseas nursing article. Cook, Christine Letter to the Editor 197
Supporting each other in Taranaki. 346
Te Runanga chair shares an 'inside out' experience. Column 504
The challenges of being a negotiating team member: being on an NZNO negotiating team can be challenging, time consuming, tedious, frustrating, fascinating and rewarding. Alexander, Glenda 984
Whose poverty is it anyway? Penney, Liane Editorial 1005
Wide range of health professionals attend respiratory conference. 321
Working against poverty internationally and at home: the theme for International Nurses Day on May 12 is Nurses working with communities against poverty. The International Council of Nurses has outlined how nurses can work for change. At home, the Council of Trade Unions is looking at ways to tackle poverty. O'Connor, Teresa 974
Youth, pregnancy and health disadvantage: many variables affects the health status of young pregnant women--and some show more resilience to these variables than others. Heap, Joanna Column 2972

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