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

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Title Author Type Words
'Vitriolic' attack not appropriate. Rayna, Beverley Letter to the Editor 382
'We had to find a way of standardizing care'. 430
'We have good reason to celebrate our success'--president O'Malley. 491
15 percent fee increase approved. 1021
A tribute to rural nursing pioneer Peggy Young. Davidson, Louisa Obituary 510
Accountability and fair pay. Johnson, Sue 1424
Arousing passions among sister organisations. Annals, Geoff 895
College/section day devoted to problem-solving. 407
Conference draws congratulations. Lauder, Gwen Letter to the Editor 125
Coping with Cyclone Heta: nurses play a crucial role following natural disasters. Cyclone Heta, which hit the island nation of Niue in January this year, was hugely challenging for the country's nurses. They coped admirably. Hibbert-Foy, Rosemary 925
Debate on NZNO's structure adjourned until 2005. 1095
Easier access to motor neurone drug. Smith, Wendy Letter to the Editor 506
Employment bill improves good faith provisions. 384
Entries invited for top health awards. 223
Fair pay campaign important for all workers. 933
Fair pay settlement within reach. 439
Four Auckland hospitals become one: the new Auckland City Hospital the largest public building in the country, is certainly impressive, but adapting to new systems and a new hospital culture continues to be challenging for nurses. Manchester, Anne 1718
Fronting up to a civil emergency: maintaining services and caring for patients during the devastating floods in the Manawatu in February tested the expertise and resilience of the district nursing team to its limits. Vickery, Julie 1744
Gerontology nurses find motivation in Wellington. Adams, Margaret 520
Hand-washing guru addresses infection control nurses. Bryant, Trudi 386
Health Sector Code of Good Faith developed: a Health Sector Code of Good Faith, designed to assist relationships between workers and employers, has been developed over the last two years. It sets out rights and responsibilities, most notably when health workers take industrial action. Annals, Geoff 947
Hospice members reach wage settlement. Thomas, Laura 333
How does writing prove competence? Ward, Avon Letter to the Editor 136
Immunisation programme reaches 100,000. Brief Article 236
International trends examined at ICN workforce forum. 665
Lack of support for depression sufferer. Waldron, Margaret Letter to the Editor 261
Long-time Waikato Hospital activist wins NZNO's award of honour. 474
Meeting the needs of grieving relatives: nurses working in intensive care units need to be aware of--and acquire the skills to deal with--the needs of grieving relatives as they face the death of a loved one. Evans-Murray, Anne 2810
Membership benefits: NZNO is proud to launch a members benefit package that gives you really "genuine deals"--deals that are quite unique, worth something and generally not available to the public. 782
Mental health article prompts tears. Ellis, Tanya Letter to the Editor 300
Minister's speech gets frosty reception. 927
New awards honour Plunket nurses and carers. Brief Article 278
New survey reveals dramatic undervaluing of caregivers. 675
Notice to members. Brief Article 104
Nurses will quit because of portfolios. Williams, Pam Letter to the Editor 572
NZNO activates its commitment to the treaty. 396
NZNO has some concerns over medical misadventure changes. 208
NZNO misuses its power. Dunn, Barbara Letter to the Editor 370
NZNO's stand on enrolled nurses provokes outrage. 928
Over the last few weeks, NZNO members and activists involved in the Fair Pay Campaign have been working hard to continue to raise public awareness of the issues. Brief Article 173
Planning for the year ahead. Swabey, Niki Brief Article 321
Practice nurse negotiations restart next month. Brief Article 222
Preparing nurses for change: joining NZNO at a time of some major national and international changes and developments in nursing presents a variety of challenges and an interesting change in career. Rolls, Suzanne 977
Primary health care nurses' conference moves to Auckland. 346
RON headline causes discomfort. Elliott, Lesley Letter to the Editor 307
Scholarships offer little benefit to nursing students. Brief Article 206
The need to write portfolios 'insulting'. Skipworth, Melissa Letter to the Editor 109
The year nurses 'stood up, spoke out and got active to win fair pay'. 897
Traditional model of health practice could restore wellness. 546
Whooping cough at epidemic levels. Brief Article 105

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