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

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Assisting emergency nurses to offer the best care to those with mental health problems: Nurses in emergency departments face many pressures, including how to give those who present with mental health issues the best possible care. There are some developments aimed at helping ED nurses achieve this goal. Thompson, Charlotte 1900
Assisting nurses to further their studies: NZNO members need to make better use of the wide range of scholarships and grants available to assist them with their studies and ongoing professional development. Brinkman, Anne 1021
Attitude--the essential element of quality outcomes. Hinchey, Patrick Editorial 991
Australian ENS at conference. Brief article 130
Awards to boost Pacific mental health workforce. 132
Board members experience warm welcome at Hui. Wrathall, Vivien 429
Breaking down barriers in mental health: some nursing students go on mental health placements full of prejudice and fear. Good preceptorship can go a long way to dissolving prejudice, allaying fears and buildings students' skills and confidence. Flint, Val 1955
Certificate programme values nurses in practice: the graduate certificate programme at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology has found a niche market as it continues to attract students from throughout the country. Manchester, Anne 1006
Changes to membership criteria. Minto, Rosemary Brief article 220
CTU seeks to work in partnership. Brief article 191
Cultural safety experiences wanted. Richardson, Fran Letter to the editor 236
Deciding on postgraduate study options. Wilson, Stacey Letter to the editor 428
ECT treatments lower than in other countries. Brief article 199
EN title issue goes to court. 469
Events 2006. Calendar 597
Exploring excellence in gerontology Liao named gerontology nurse of the year. Manchester, Anne 1241
Guidelines for writing articles for Kai Tiaki. 617
Haere atu ra e ariki i nga kapua e rere ki tua: former Te Runanga o Aotearoa NZNO chair Anne McNicol shares some reflections on the death of "The Lady", Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu. McNicol, Anne In memoriam 979
Happiness central to mental health. 397
Helping nurses achieve a work / life balance. Payne-Harker, Cee 782
How audible is nursing's voice at policy level in the Ministry of Health? As new Director-General Steve McKernan takes up the reins, it is timely to reflect on how well the Ministry of Health serves nurses and nursing. Brinkman, Anne 1221
Hui reflected Kotahitanga. O'Connor, Teresa 995
Improving mental health services for young adults: greater awareness of the mental health needs of young adults is needed, along with more responsive and age-appropriate services, according to a recently published report. Manchester, Anne 903
Linking mental illness and suicide: suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide. World Mental Health Day next month focuses on the links between mental illness and suicide. O'Connor, Teresa 983
Magee appointed head of Nurse Maude. Brief article 201
Magnet application sent to us. Brief article 183
Manager leaves. Brief article 256
Maori nursing degree moves a step closer. Brief article 285
Mental health workforce increases. Brief article 186
More scholarships for primary health care nurses. Brief article 262
New nurse colposcopy standards. Thomson, Margaret Brief article 278
New online directory for clinical staff. Brief article 157
Nursing meant everything to Catherine Logan. Niven, Elizabeth Obituary 742
Opportunities for members' participation abound. Olsthoorn, Lyn 350
Quality services for kids and their grandparents: early childhood education receives funding based on a commitment to quality. Why can't aged-care services be funded on the same basis? Haultain, Rob Column 997
Recognising and protecting the rights of indigenous people. Clair, Sharon 685
Retirement savings warning. Fraser, Austin Letter to the editor 296
Samoan nurses host forum. Brief article 163
Separate MECA wanted. Brief article 266
Six principles to underpin negotiations. Brief article 248
Southern region round-up. Yeats, Mike 537
Strengthening children's emotional and mental health wellbeing: being awarded the Margaret May Blackwell Travel Study Fellowship enabled Plunker nurse Maria Turner to observe a number of innovative nursing practices making a difference to vulnerable children. Manchester, Anne 1873
Te Runanga Hui an 'awesome' experience. Te Rangi, Nayda Letter to the editor 238
The president comments ... Guy, Marion 586
TV series shows complexity and variety of emergency work. 523
Working out solutions: branching out into private practice has been challenging but very rewarding for three mental health nurses. O'Connor, Teresa 929

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