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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (August 1, 2005)

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'Blatant' political campaigning criticised. Annals, Geoff Letter to the Editor 349
'Miserable' pay offer for Presbyterian Support workers. Lobb, Lorraine 217
A passion for aged care: after nearly three decades working in aged care, Rave Wilkes is still nursing in an area she loves. O'Connor, Teresa Biography 983
Acknowledging nursing pioneers. 434
Aged care is a challenging career. Necklen, Karen Letter to the Editor 478
Ballot for primary health care agreement completed. Welton, Huia 452
Bringing the 'healing touch of human sympathy' into aged care: admission to an aged-care facility can be traumatic and stressful for clients and their families. A nurse manager, determined that two clients in particular would have their individual needs met, gradually introduced more flexible nursing practices. Spencer, Eleanor 1148
Building the Maori clinical workforce. Brief Article 228
Campaign to recruit nurses. Brief Article 218
Changing disempowering nursing home practices. Manchester, Anne 634
Collaborative strategies needed to solve aged-care staffing crisis. Brief Article 291
Congratulations for education article. Sim, Dorothy Letter to the Editor 150
Coping with outbreaks of the norovirus: the norovirus can have devastating effects on the health of the very young and the elderly. It can also have devastating effects on the ability of hospitals, emergency departments in particular, to function effectively when both patients and staff are infected. Richardson, Sandra 2354
Developing a new diabetes education model. 503
Hospice members begin national negotiations. Swift, Jane Brief Article 260
How caregivers respond to aged-care residents' aggressive behaviour: a recent study of caregivers working in dementia units and residential care facilities in the Christchurch area showed most experienced verbal and physical aggression daily. There is an obvious need for further training and support for caregivers encountering these difficulties. Schofield, Verna 1972
How to solve problems in the aged-care sector: with growing numbers of nurses moving from the aged-care to the public sector, attracted by increased pay rates, problems in aged care are increasing. Resolving them will require a concerted effort by NZNO and all members in the sector. Cain, Margaret 905
Infection control nurses meet. 140
Lessons from Australia: nurses in New Zealand would do well to heed the experiences of nurses in Australia as they struggle to oppose radical industrial relations changes proposed by the Howard Government. McIntyre, Lyndy 940
Looking back on nursing and four life-long friendships: although trainee nurses had to balance ward work with study, cope with the restrictions of life in the nurses' home and endure scant consideration of personal concerns, four nurses look back on their training in the late 1930s as a time of real character building. Senn, Enid 1703
Making your vote count for aged care: which combination of parties becomes the Government after next month's general election will have a crucial bearing on the aged-care sector. Payne-Harker, Cee 765
Maori leader's message disheartening. Hardy, Anna Brief Article 200
Motivating young workers. Stace, Serena Brief Article 309
National Gerontology Section to offer study grants. 200
Neonatal, flight and emergency nurses holding combined conference. McIlhone, Michael Letter to the Editor 234
New advocacy service for injured workers. Brief Article 235
Number of parish nurses growing. 430
Nurse prescribing a step closer. 769
Nurse to staff mobile bus service in Taranaki. Brief Article 152
Nurses wanted for technology survey. Foster, Melissa Letter to the Editor 168
Nursing older people--a role for new graduates? New graduate nurses learn vital nursing skills through spending time working in elderly care wards. Meek, Gillianne 976
Nursing Research Conference to focus on past and future. Brief Article 263
NZNO's new president to be installed at conference. Brief Article 336
Overseas members pose financial risk. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 194
Plunket delegates call for end to child smacking. Brief Article 133
Preparing for NZNO conference powhiri. 404
Public Health Association honours health promoting nurse. Biography 395
Public health nurse Shirley Reid remembered. Obituary 372
Raising reduced fee threshold. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 110
Refunding membership fees. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 122
Remembering the lessons of history. O'Malley, Jane 918
Researching children's mental health. Macfie, Belinda Letter to the Editor 395
Reviewing NZNO's submission process. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 163
School nurse wants to meet colleagues. Simmons, Darlene Letter to the Editor 274
Staff workloads to be addressed. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 145
Support for MakingPovertyHistory. Manchester, Anne Brief Article 170
Support package for new graduates welcomed. Brief Article 265
Telephone guidelines for practice nurses updated. Brief Article 185
Truth-telling important in nursing. Fowler, Joyce Letter to the Editor 285
Understanding Maori protocol. McNicol, Anne 689
United future overlooked in coverage. Brown, Eileen Letter to the Editor 263
US theatre milieu completely different. Bukofzer, Mark Letter to the Editor 502
Weighing up the party promises: as Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand went to press, the election on September 17 was less than six weeks away. National's promised tax cuts, as yet unspecified, should be balanced against Labour's promise of interest free student loans by next April. 945
Where have the 'hands-on' skills gone? Eckhoff, Marg Letter to the Editor 525
Why prayers at union meetings? Annals, Geoff Letter to the Editor 287

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