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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (July 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
Abuse in Auckland rest-home symptom of wider problem. 738
ACC extends role of nurse practitioners. 394
Accessing nursing workforce information. DeSouza, Ruth Letter to the editor 337
Activism on all fronts ensures victory: community health services in Wellington, Kenepuru and Kapiti are to stay with the district health board, thanks to a multi-faceted campaign. O'Connor, Teresa 923
Advancing women's health. Simmons, Ann 330
Australian chief nurse. Brief article 147
Avoiding stereotypical nursing images. Kidd, Jacquie Letter to the editor 503
Balancing tikanga and kawa in the workplace. Wallace, Mere 968
Bargaining for PHC MECA begins this month. Brief article 136
Capital and Coast District nurses savour victory. 326
Caring for women with gynaecological cancer: nurses specialising in women's health work in a variety of roles. Three nurses, who are members of NZNO'S women's health section national committee, describe aspects of their work. Thomson, Margaret 954
Cartwright report remembered 20 years on. 524
Celebrating Matariki. Manchester, Anne 456
Cervical cancer and smoking. Lamb, Jill Brief article 325
Collective responsibility. Brief article 227
CTU Women's Committee wants minimum wage at $15 an hour. 343
Education key to success of HPV immunisation programme: young women are to be offered protection against some strains of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), a known precursor to cervical cancer. Nurses have a key role to play in implementing these programmes, ensuring the broader messages about reproductive health are getting through to young people. Weston, Kate 813
EN working as RN loses registration. Brief article 165
Encouraging young women to have regular smear tests: nurses must do more to encourage younger women to enrol in the national cervical screening programme if it is to reach its intended target numbers. Tielemans, Wilma 1811
Finding generalisations offensive. Jensen, Shannon Letter to the editor 211
Flight nurses. Brief article 117
Health survey. Brief article 170
Helping couples achieve a pregnancy. Gemmell, Alison 454
How best to treat perinatal depression: nurses and midwives need to be alert to the possibility of, and signs and symptoms of perinatal depression, so it can be effectively treated. Nugent, Jane 2278
How Maori women experience 'mainstream' health services: health providers must treat Maori women with respect, taking into account the sociocultural influences affecting their lives, if the services they provide are to improve Maori women's poor health status. Wilson, Denise 1423
Inaugural forum for outpatient nurses. Wayman, Susan Conference news 309
Life experience is a great teacher. Heatheringon, Denise Letter to the editor 284
Managing health care incidents. 321
Managing urinary incontinence. Zander, Jan 530
Medical nursing nurses' group. Unac, Fiona Letter to the editor 166
Negotiations underway with country's biggest aged-care provider. Brief article 206
New Zealand offers to host South Pacific Nurses' Forum. 375
Nurse suspended. Brief article 184
Nursing innovations. 339
NZNO budget shows small surplus. Brief article 301
NZNO staff changes. Brief article 193
NZNO staffing. Brief article 91
NZNO--the heart of health care. Conference notes 132
Pacific nurses seek stronger voice. 525
Petition growing. Brief article 111
Progress in Presbyterian Support Central negotiations. Brief article 118
Research project into experiences of migrant nurses launched. 411
Respecting immigrant nurses' skills. Sanford, Kate Letter to the editor 334
Restructuring NSU to reflect real partnership. 1067
Strong support for EN/NA role. Borthwick, Lorraine Conference news 426
Support for second-level nursing role. 718
The Cartwright report twenty years on ... Asher, Joy Bickley Editorial 1059
The challenges of chronic pelvic pain: caring for women with chronic pelvic pain, who also have complex behavioural presentations, can be very challenging. A psychologist offers some practical advice for nurses. St. Martin, Leena 3010
The gift of having another language. Sushames, Hanrietta Letter to the editor 161
The president comments ... Guy, Marion 447
Thesaurus. 494
Uncovering the link between irritable bowel syndrome and abuse: irritable bowel syndrome is a largely female problem, with physical, emotional or sexual abuse often factors underlying the condition. Nurses are often in a unique position to identify links between ill health and abuse. Moore, Judy 1899
Unsung heroes honoured. Brief article 171
What about basic nursing care? Sim, Dorothy Letter to the editor 447
Who can have a New Zealand RN badge? Harris, Jean; Clark, Marion Letter to the editor 197
Who do board members represent? Brief article 286

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