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

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Title Author Type Words
A winter of discontent in the aged-care sector. Brief article 173
Article should be retracted publicly. Lowson, Shona Letter to the editor 152
Article undermines image of nursing. Gillianne, Meek Letter to the editor 311
Assessing health needs and identifying risk factors: if Plunket nurses are to meet the needs of families effectively, they must assess all risk factors, including those outside strict contractual obligations. Macfie, Belinda 2019
Balancing the roles of manager and nurse: duty managers are often the unsung nursing leaders of hospitals. They must be cool headed and multi-skilled, ready to make tough decisions about staffing and bed numbers, and able to step in to assist in a variety of clinical situations. Manchester, Anne 1848
Beware of paternalistic attitudes. Nawalaniec, Peggy Letter to the editor 209
Building infection control expertise in Vietnam. 592
Building trust with families in neonatal intensive care units: nurses working in neonatal intensive care units must understand and respect parents' expectations and needs if they are to help families to trust and participate in the care their infants receive. Manning, Juliet 3130
Capturing the spirit of the international labour organization: attending "the annual world parliament of labour" was both an honour and an eye-opener for one member of the New Zealand delegation. Clair, Sharon; Manchester, Anne 1014
Caregivers' faces shine out from photos. Hurst, Jann Letter to the editor 291
Celebrating excellence in mental health. Disease/Disorder overview 159
Children's visiting nurses to meet. Brief article 88
Christchurch aged-care delegates travel to Dunedin to meet Health Minister. McGrath, Jackie 809
Conference to focus on excellence in gerontology. 547
Dealing with ethical dilemmas: nurses regularly face ethical challenges in their practice. Does their undergraduate education prepare them well enough for such challenges? One nurse educator thinks not. O'Connor, Teresa 1035
DHB members write to the prime minister. Brief article 215
Diabetes awards. Brief article 138
Director-general of health appointed. Brief article 127
Dismayed at photo essay. Boyle, Raye Letter to the editor 160
Events 2006. Calendar 627
Hectic round of member meetings underway. Swift, Jane Brief article 266
Human rights and dignity disregarded. Bland, Marian Letter to the editor 121
Invercargill to host perioperative nurses. Brief article 182
Is competence a tool of oppression? Will the nursing profession's fixation with individual competence mean systemic problems within the health system will be ignored? Asher, Joy Bickley 868
Life is not always dignified. Wincer, Jay Letter to the editor 111
Living with asthma. Brief article 122
Member resigns in protest. le Prou, Trix Letter to the editor 128
Mental health nurses oppose taser guns. Disease/Disorder overview 209
Moving from shock to gratitude. Walker, Penny Letter to the editor 192
Negative affect on other rest-homes. Harlow, Heather Letter to the editor 249
Neonatal meetings to focus on developmental outcomes. Henderwood, Mark 378
New child health masters launched. 377
New resource kit for diabetes nurses. 252
Nominations called for Public Health Nurse award. Brief article 224
Nurse assistant course to start while postgraduate courses end. 498
Nurses mount legal challenge. 817
Nursing council raises practising certificate fee. Brief article 226
NZNO staff changes. Brief article 125
Patients' right to privacy abused. Summers, Jacky Letter to the editor 245
Paua goes regional. Manchester, Anne 874
Pawns in a union wage wrangle. Johansen, Brian Letter to the editor 111
People's outrage has been misplaced. van der Meer, Johan-Peter Letter to the editor 329
PHC MECA still on track. 332
Photographs cause sleepless nights. Sullivan, Pat Letter to the editor 243
Photos are 'disgusting and demeaning'. Mitchell, Susan Letter to the editor 158
Photos belittle gerontology nursing. Hall, Lorraine Letter to the editor 182
Photos demean lives of residents. Daley, Alan Letter to the editor 211
Photos depict rewarding relationships. Dunford, Paddy Letter to the editor 284
Photos detract from intended message. Manderson, Daphne Letter to the editor 219
Photos reminiscent of the holocaust. Lythgoe, Margaret Letter to the editor 175
Photos show caring relationships. John, Frauke Letter to the editor 268
Photos show the beauty of the aged. Reed, Beth Letter to the editor 154
Photos were professional and touching. Brooks, Debbie Letter to the editor 124
Plunket confident about PlunketLine. Brief article 233
Positive feedback on photos. Rempt, Mariska Letter to the editor 162
Positive outcome from nurse assistant forum. 476
Public health nurses key to campaign success. 375
Public health success in Hawke's Bay. Corbett, Sharon 944
Public/private partnerships--a pact with the devil? Residential aged care in New Zealand is a prime example of how taxpayers' dollars help fund massive profits for overseas companies--an unholy alliance surely? Haultain, Rob 975
Reader feels disgust and contempt. Greaves, Glenys Letter to the editor 172
Research seminar day. Brief article 108
Residents' personal dignity damaged. Hutchinson, Ken Letter to the editor 125
Safe staffing recommendations likely to be endorsed. 425
Saving lives in intensive care. 323
Sections gearing up for conferences. Brief article 280
Sensationalising a pay campaign. Wood, Elinor Letter to the editor 220
Struggling to prove competence. Powell, Glenda Letter to the editor 419
Supporting Chinese immigrant families caught between two cultures: Lorna Wong is no longer the only nurse providing a Chinese Plunket service in Auckland. Despite the growth in the service, the needs among Chinese communities for a culturally appropriate well child service are still great and far from being met. Manchester, Anne Cover story 1609
Thanks for portrayal of caregiving. Bryce, Vee Letter to the editor 362
The president comments ... Guy, Marion Letter to the editor 608
Using the elderly for personal gain. McCallion, Adelle Letter to the editor 154
Valuing nursing knowledge. Palmer, Marilyn Letter to the editor 274
Vulnerable patients exploited. Todd, Nancy Letter to the editor 210
Welcoming the new year. Brief article 261
Where is the mother in family-centred care? Nielsen, Helen 998

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