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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (February 1, 2006)

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Title Author Type Words
Board to instigate self review. Brief Article 156
Bonds with neonatal staff remembered. Pollock, Daryl Letter to the Editor 220
Call to review dual registration. Davies, Elizabeth Letter to the Editor 337
Capturing the public health nurse scope of practice. Mikoz, Rhonda 271
Caring for students' health needs: a unique interdisciplinary team of health professionals and education support staff provides a comprehensive health service for Lincoln University's student population. Davidson, Louisa 1861
Caring in the community during a pandemic. 254
Combatting racism in nursing: despite many years of cultural safety education, racism in nursing still exists. It is the responsibility of all nurses to confront both individual and organisational racism. Grant-Mackie, Diana 1093
Consultation document lacked rigour. 526
Corrections. Correction Notice 100
Cottingham's Law: report from the working party on nursing expertise: defining nursing expertise has engaged the minds of many a fine nursing figure and filled many worthy but unread volumes. One local group offers its own take on this fascinating topic. Cottingham, Chris 993
Death of nursing research leader noted. Litchfield, Merian Letter to the Editor 380
Delegates election round underway. Mulrine, Lynley 648
Ensuring success at a local level. Olsthoorn, Lyn Brief Article 215
Events 2006. Calendar 476
Fighting for the enrolled nurse title. Hegan-McGrath, Belinda Letter to the Editor 202
First Maori degree programme scheduled to begin in July. 326
Flight nurses' course extremely popular. Robinson, Garry 329
Forum recognises NZNO's credentialing experience: NZNO continues to make a valuable contribution to the International Council of Nurses' annual forums on nurse credentialing. Trim, Susanne 901
Honouring our Waitangi legacy: commemorating Waitangi Day--February 6--is an opportunity for NZNO and its members to renew our commitment to working in accordance to treaty principles. Clair, Maori Sharon 952
In praise of Whangarei hospital staff. Close, Brenda Letter to the Editor 446
Laughing a nursing career is not always plain sailing: as new graduate nurses set sail on their professional careers, an old hand offers the five irrefutable laws of new graduate success and some words of wisdom to ensure their journey, and that of their patients, is as safe as possible. Moore, Richard 3151
Legal wrangle won't stop meca negotiations. 526
Major 'e-research' nursing study to be launched. 381
Making lemonade from a bag of lemons: a nursing student entering her second year of study reflects on seizing opportunities and ponders some of the weighty issues facing both nursing students and the profession as a whole. Clapperton, Cheryl 1042
Mental health nurses plan year ahead. Eastwood, Michael 339
Midwifery and nursing closely linked. de Bock, Cecile Letter to the Editor 425
Moving towards true workplace equity. Alexander, Glenda 965
National agreement reached at New Zealand Life Care. Wrigley, Jo 379
New nursing unit at MIT. 264
Nurse educators seek solutions to common problems through nets. nurse educators in the tertiary sector face a demanding agenda this year. Their association's new co-ordinator and spokesperson Kathy Holloway is undaunted. Manchester, Anne 928
Nurse specialists disadvantaged. Barratt, Ruth Letter to the Editor 273
NZNO appoints new professional staff. 401
NZNO chief executive offered permanent agreement. 235
NZNO networks offer support to Maori nursing students. Archibald, Nadine 314
NZNO to support publication on Massey nursing history. O'Connor, Teresa 552
Pacific BN programme enters its third year. Brief Article 168
Paperwork undermines work satisfaction. Mojel, Sam Letter to the Editor 541
Plunket staff set to gain district health board pay rates. 451
Preparing for cultural safety assessment: despite the fact cultural safety has been part of nursing education since 1993, many nurses are still confused by the concept. A review of the literature brings together a number of critical themes. Farrow, Tony 3051
Primary health care petition presented at parliament. 217
Recognising spiritual needs. Egan, Richard Letter to the Editor 373
Redefining perceptions of nursing success: one nursing student's attitude towards, and understanding of, nursing success were profoundly changed after spending time with a skilled preceptor and mentor. Barber, David 2976
Reflections of a brand new organiser. Galloway, Iain Column 479
Safe staffing theme for this year's IND. 200
Scholarships for primary health nurses. 261
School nurses not recognised. Payne-Harker, Cee Letter to the Editor 609
Strengthening the future of students. Reid, Jennifer 426
Student leader ponders key issues for nursing students. Reid, Jennifer 1061
The plight of second-level nurses. Montgomerie, Kathryn Letter to the Editor 228
Training for pacific health workers. Brief Article 179
Why nurses should support the repeal of section 59: a Private Member's Bill to repeal the section of the Crimes Act which allows parents/caregivers to use "reasonable force" to discipline a child is now before the Justice and Electoral Select Committee. Here a Plunket nurse argues why all nurses should support this Bill. Banks, Liz 925
Why were honoraria raised? Penney, Diane Letter to the Editor 265
Women's health section to raise its profile. Thomson, Margaret 274
Working party to look at opportunities for NPS. Brief Article 165

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