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

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Assisting families with the process of organ donation: helping families through the process of organ donation is a vital role, which demands a range of nursing skills. O'Connor, Teresa 981
Childhood asthma study reaches final stage. 263
Convictions lead to serious orders by council. Baker, Todd Dennis 253
CTU treats NZNO members as 'second class'. Kimble, Peter Letter to the Editor 427
Defining the nurse practitioner in New Zealand. Lund, Kim Letter to the Editor 393
DHB sector group is making progress on priorities. Alexander, Glenda 370
Diabetes specialist endorsed as nurse practitioner. 656
District nurse 'a star' in TV reality show. 339
Donations sought for nurses' cottage. 289
Drug conviction leads to disciplinary action. Kennedy, Lisa Jane 272
Event: conferences & venues 2003/2004. Calendar 723
Evidence alone is not enough to bring about practice change: why are some nurses, when presented with evidence-based practice, still reluctant to change their practice? What would help them embrace and sustain change? A nurse-initiated study provides some answers. Marfell-Jones, Mike 3309
Fair pay campaign flows into private sector. Squires, Kay 321
Hindsight--isn't it a wonderful thing? Harvey, Christy 1928
International Nurses' Day theme. 88
Just another day's work in critical care: preparing a patient for organ donation, making a deceased road crash victim look presentable for her family, and supporting a new nurse unsure of the critical care environment are just some of the challenges that faced a nurse over one day. Parker-Smith, Jo 1696
Lower North Island strike notice withdrawn. 248
More focus on midwives. 188
Morley receives award. 120
Moving on with no regrets: long-time NZNO staff member Trevor Warr leaves the organisation at the end of this month. Here he shares some history, and makes some challenging, observations and reflections on an organisation he knows very well. O'Connor, Teresa 1959
National MECA for medical radiation technologists. Alexander, Glenda 349
New format for industrial news. Harker, Cee Payne 193
New nursing director Maori for MidCentral innovation project. 450
No extra money for PHO nursing services 'disappointing'. 393
No monkeying around in NZNO'S year of fair pay. Harre, Laila 924
Nurse struck off for misappropriating funds. Ashby, Deborah Karen 289
Nurses go purple to voice pay concerns. McIntyre, Lyndy 796
Nursing numbers. 122
NZNO membership growing. 130
NZNO raises money for Niue. 150
NZNO supports 'no lifting' policy. 384
NZNO to launch nurse/patient ratios soon. 475
Opposition to section 100D grows. 223
Pay system should recognise nursing knowledge. Rhodes, Darryl Letter to the Editor 310
Practice nurses to move towards fair pay. Wilson, Chris 268
Professional misconduct leads to name removal. Cuevas, Jamiro 259
Profiling Hine Hikairo. Biography 301
Public health nurses prepare for survey. 271
Publishing exposure proves an encouraging experience. Heller, Birgit Letter to the Editor 359
Regional conventions to focus on NZNO campaigns. 294
Reimbursing members for time spent on NZNO work. 257
Separate course for psychiatric nursing needed. Cairns, Nigel Letter to the Editor 258
Students develop strategic plan. 499
Successful action at presbyterian support sites. Thomas, Laura 309
Symposium highlights nursing research: encouraging a research culture is the aim of Waikato DHB's new nursing research and development unit. Manchester, Anne 765
The 2004 calendar. Calendar 899
The power of member activism: speaking to the media, lobbying MPs or simply wearing a Fair Pay T-shirt are all legitimate ways of becoming an active NZNO member. McIntyre, Lyndy 953
Time to start work on professional portfolios: as competence-based practising certificates become a reality, registered nurses need to develop their professional portfolios. Roberts, Faith 1001
Trialling smoking cessation drug among Maori: a nurse researcher is encouraged by preliminary results from a research project assessing the effectiveness of the smoking cessation medication Brupopion within a Maori client group. Manchester, Anne 1545
Wellington to host cultural safety forum. 142

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