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

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'Embarassed and ashamed to be a New Zealander': a New Zealand nurse shares her shame about the treatment of Filipino nurses in this country. O'Connor, Teresa 1095
A passion for wound care: District nurse Susan McAuley, named last month as NZNO's newest nurse clinician, spends 80 percent of her daily workload treating wounds. It's work she never tires of. Manchester, Anne Biography 833
Backstreet abortions not prevalent here. Armstrong, Winifred Letter to the Editor 411
Bonds grow out of tragedy: the second PAUA hui aimed to develop bonds with Ngai Tahu and nurses in Christchurch. An unexpected tragedy saw the agenda change to one of tangihanga. Manchester, Anne 877
Building positive relationships with nursing school heads. Bennetts, Jacqui Brief Article 301
Campaigning for pay parity in primary care: NZNO is gearing up for the next step in its Fair Pay Campaign--a multi-employer collective agreement covering more than 1000 worksites and thousands of members in primary health care. O'Connor, Teresa 927
Clutha Health First. Yeats, Mike 139
Election time--time to take action: the countdown to the general election has begun. With the election expected to be in mid-September, now is the time to ensure you are on the electoral roll and understand the meaning of the two votes you have under our mixed member proportional representation electoral system. Cousins, Margaret 775
Events 2005. Calendar 408
Fair share for aged care: message takes to the streets. 361
Filipino nurses suffer abuse and exploitation: Filipino nurses--often desperate to work abroad to support their families back home--are easy prey to unscrupulous immigration agencies. Manchester, Anne 1550
Fourth neonatal nurse practitioner endorsed. 441
Hundreds expected at primary health care conference. 414
Keeping boundaries clear with patients: nurses need to be aware of their ethical responsibilities regarding their relationships with clients. Any blurring between personal and professional relationships is a conflict of interest and has the potential to exploit a client's vulnerablity. Asher, Joy Bickley 937
Library resources on a range of ethical issues: the NZNO library has many resources available to members on a range of ethical dilemmas. A selection of these items is listed on these pages. Stopforth, Linda Author Abstract 1826
May conferences. Brief Article 135
Medical radiation technologies secure a collective pay deal. 686
More representative regional conventions: this year's regional conventions are underway. One of the aims this year is to get more primary health care sector members to attend and take part in the debate on a wide range of issues. Payne-Harker, Cee 873
National Ethics Committee reports to health minister. Brief Article 184
New chair comes from a long line of nurses. Biography 698
New state-of-the-art hospital for Christchurch women officially opened. 381
New Zealand nurse anaesthetists at work on the frontline. Book Review 120
New Zealand treatment manual underway. Whitney, Kevin Letter to the Editor 217
Nurse faces consequences of not observing a suicidal client adequately. 385
Nurses hold final conference. Sara, Patsy 340
NZNO continues to credential nurse clinicians. Graham-Smith, Hilary 532
NZNO staff comings and goings. Brief Article 204
NZNO submissions. 392
NZNO wants to increase 'flu vaccination among nurses. Brief Article 206
Practice nurses consider accreditation applications. 183
Primary health care nurses' council sets goals. Minto, Rosemary 591
Private hospital in Hamilton meets DHB pay rates. Harry, Lesley Brief Article 176
Promoting adoption, not abortion. O'Bryne, Kate Letter to the Editor 219
Punching a client in the face constitutes professional misconduct. 570
Remembering Annie Holgate: pioneering district nurse Annie Holgate is remembered for her professionalism, compassion and courage. She was also instrumental in establishing the New Zealand Trained Nurses' Association. Arcus, Kerri Biography 981
Remembering nurses on Anzac Day. Brief Article 188
Remembering workers who have died. 229
Report shows health inequalities are still entrenched. Brief Article 318
Safe staffing inquiry underway. 528
Seeking childcare tax deductions. Laugesen, Kate Letter to the Editor 159
Student loan debts burden new nurses and teachers. 509
The moral purpose of nursing--everyday ethics in action. Woods, Martin 1061
The Philippines--providing nurses for the world. O'Connor, Teresa 487
The pitfalls of nurse anaesthetists. Hetherington, Denise Letter to the Editor 323
The president comments ... 544
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Opinion polls rank nurses as the most trusted professionals in New Zealand. (1) However, in reality, nurses may find that truth telling is not a straightforward matter. Here a nurse explores some of the ethical dilemmas surrounding truth telling in nursing practice. Philpott, Shona 2986
Union Women's Power focus of conference. Brief Article 285
Working with Whanau in the far north: Adrianne Murray is the country's first nurse practitioner to be endorsed in the whanau ora scope of practice. She is excited about offering much-needed primary health care services to isolated communities in the Far North. But there are some frustrations. O'Connor, Teresa 1061

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