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

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Accountability in primary health care nursing: primary health care nurses need to be fully aware of all legislation, regulations and policies that govern their practice. Dawbin, Angela 996
Amended IV policy dismays enrolled nurse. Vekony, Claire Letter to the Editor 347
Better recognition of nurses may stem the tide of violence. Hawken, Sharon Letter to the Editor 145
Blood Service negotiations begin. Coughlan, Joy Brief Article 90
Board approves $61,220 for PAUA. O'Connor, Teresa 464
Building power to achieve pay equity. 772
Calling for enrolled nurse training in the Manawatu. Dais, Ava-Jane Letter to the Editor 210
Cardiac nurses' symposium. Ward, Judy Brief Article 159
Care associates fear impact of nurse/patient ratios. Ansin, Raewyn Letter to the Editor 112
Clutha Health First achieves DHB parity. Yeats, Mike Brief Article 216
Decisions on scopes of practice expected this month. Brief Article 254
Editorial tars all educators with the same brush. Woods, Martin Letter to the Editor 773
ENs buoyed by success of inaugural day. 425
Fee increase recommended. O'Connor, Teresa Brief Article 158
FPA settlement ratified. Brown, Carol Brief Article 239
Government has the money to offer nurses fair pay. Hope, Cathy Letter to the Editor 244
How much can nurses handle? A "no-lift" policy in hospitals and rest-homes promises to reduce nurses' back injuries caused by handling patients and lead to improved patient care. 729
Introducing the national bargaining team: negotiations for a national public sector multi-employer collective agreement for nurses and midwives got underway this month. Here we introduce the negotiating team. O'Connor, Teresa 740
Kai Tiaki advertising suggests double standard. Joblin, Angela Letter to the Editor 199
Leading primary health care. Hansen, Chiquita 886
Members urged to support sale staffing standards. Brown, Eileen 773
National petition reaches Parliament. 468
Negative comments about ENs frustrates NZNO member. Theobald, Lizette Letter to the Editor 171
Nurses getting tired of having to prove their worth. Ensor, Angelique Letter to the Editor 212
Nurses provide key to improved clinic service: using specialist nurses' skills to the maximum at a Hutt Valley DHB clinic has seen waiting lists plummet and greater patient satisfaction. Manchester, Anne 855
Nurses urged to enrol for local body elections. Brief Article 255
Nurses' skills add value to boards: with district health board elections due in October, it is timely for nurses to consider standing. Chapman, Ann 1000
Nursing's political environment alienates nurses. McKay, Helen Letter to the Editor 175
NZNO celebrates Matariki. 454
Peace award gets $200. O'Connor, Teresa Brief Article 83
Practice nurse claims out for endorsement. Wilson, Chris Brief Article 195
Practice nurses as providers--creating a future: the Government's primary health strategy promises new opportunities for primary health care nurses, but removing the shackles of the past is not always easy, particularly for practice nurses. Minto, Rosemary 2424
Professional development in primary care--who is responsible? Health professionals working in primary care need more opportunities for professional development and education, if the promise of the primary health care strategy is to be fulfilled. Pullon, Sue 2990
Profiling Bev Manera. 613
Promoting breast-feeding week. Brief Article 145
Pulling the wool over our eyes. Taotahi, Karen Letter to the Editor 204
Research study into nursing innovations gets underway in Hamilton. 345
Rhoda Waitere, describes her nursing journey. 389
Senior nurses force rethink at Capital and Coast. Brief Article 316
South Island gets its first nurse practitioner. Brief Article 170
Strong response to emergency nurses' conference. Turnwald, Brett 345
Structural changes threaten NSU's future. Swavey, Niki 951
Surveying mental health nurses. Brief Article 125
Te Runanga executive hopes to attend South Pacific Nurses' Forum. O'Connor, Teresa Brief Article 256
The president comments ... 588
Training and leadership needed for patient handling guidelines. Brown, Eileen 505
Training day for parish nurses in Auckland. Tyrrell, Elaine Brief Article 274
Wellington mayor supports NZNO pay petition. Brief Article 84

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