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

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'Illegal, immoral, unethical and dishonest conduct' leads to cancellation of registration: Bruce William Hewson, RN. Brief article 326
Appreciating the value of Filipino nurses. Sanford, Kate Letter to the editor 211
Barriers on nurse practitioner journey. Minto, Rosemary Letter to the editor 257
Being prepared to think differently. 374
Budget funding doesn't include pay boost for aged-care workers. Lees-Galloway, Iain 669
Call for 'occupational justice'. Brief article 126
Canterbury exhibition tracks changes in nursing practice. 371
Care for children at home. Wightman, Catherine Brief article 218
College name change embraces primary health care nurses. Davies, Debbie; Bruning, Brenda Conference notes 584
Critical Care Nurses seek member involvement. Mitchell, Melody Brief article 131
De-escalation plans. Brief article 198
Deal at Howick Baptist Health an example to all employers. Gilmour, Carol Report 469
District nurses take to the picket line. Brief article 154
Expert advisory group seeks input. Bingham, Lorna 344
Exploring democracy at NZNO's annual conventions. 366
Finding strength in unity. 485
Firefighter proud to be an NZNO member? Grylls, Cameron Letter to the editor 249
Focus on long-term impacts of smoking. Lambert, Marina 455
Focus on men's health. Brief article 145
For healthy government vote well in 2008. Head, Marilyn 324
Greater collaboration needed. 436
Herpes-myth versus fact. Brief article 147
Hospice members secure pay parity. Yeats, Mike 403
How does NZNO work for you? Brief article 279
Implementing NZNO's safe staffing agenda. Manchester, Anne 1195
Is nursing care an anachronism? Webster, Beverley Letter to the editor 396
Language requirements exclude overseas nurses from practice: the Nursing Council's English language requirements are excluding a pool of highly skilled overseas nurses from working here. Why is this happening? O'Connor, Teresa 3283
New research grants to boost nursing knowledge. 342
Nurse defrauds ACC of over $200,000 and loses registration: Rosina Mary Healey, EN. Brief article 283
Nurse Maude negotiations underway. Brief article 144
Nurse organising fund-raising event. Williams, Brenton Letter to the editor 284
Nurse steals fentanyl for own use: Dan Erik Hansson, RN. Brief article 239
Nurse used document for pecuniary advantage: Karen Fogarty, EN. 348
Nurse's conduct a 'gross breach of trust': Megan Clare Adair, EN. Brief article 267
Nurse's dishonesty contrary to maintaining professional standards: Mary Stewart, RN. Brief article 168
Nurses for children and young people plan satellite meeting. Beatson, Erin Conference news 184
NZNO president addresses World Health Assembly. 613
Pacific nurses seek meeting with Nursing Council. Brief article 261
Papua New Guinean nurse seeks penfriend. Kelly, Manasseh Letter to the editor 210
Pay equity reveal pay gaps but where's the action? Pay and employment equity reviews in district health boards have revealed a considerable gender pay gap. A report on the reviews includes a range of responses to bridge this gap. O'Connor, Teresa Report 930
Pay parity needed to ensure 'hard mahi' continues. Cover story 960
Pondering the real meaning of care? Robins, Jeanette Letter to the editor 274
Practicing the art and science of nursing 'Kiwi style': working in aged care while on a working holiday in New Zealand was an eye-opener for one experienced UK nurse. Cooke, Roger Viewpoint essay 1980
Preparations for second national Primary Health Care MECA begin. Report 532
Prison nurse censured for supplying Tramadol to corrections officer: Diana Hayward, RN. Brief article 174
Pursuing the study pathway to growing clinical confidence: through ongoing study, a nurse discovers her passion for mental health nursing has deepened. Hiini, Allie Te Report 1915
Recommending over-the-counter medicines--what is involved? Although recommending an over-the-counter medication is not considered prescribing, nurses need to question whether doing so is part of their scope of practice. Thompson, Charlotte 944
Reflections on a pioneering nursing journey: Judith Christensen has been a pioneering figure in New Zealand nursing--the youngest person to receive the Flora Cameron Award; the head of one of the first polytechnic nursing schools; and the first nurse in the country to be awarded a doctorate in nursing. Christensen, Judith 1991
Reflective practice expert to address conference. Booth, Wendy Conference news 289
Remembering achievements and identifying challenges. 480
Safe staffing--getting it right now. 304
Seminar to look at reducing health inequalities. Brief article 199
Southland nurses recognized for practice excellence. 411
Supporting your education needs: thanks to resources available through NZNO's library, no member needs to remain ill informed. Walker, Leonie Report 837
The aggressive pursuit of research funding. Brinkman, Anne 1002
The management academic complex-Ike was right! According to Nick, a bit of a hot head in the Te Henga Section of the Marxist Nurses' Union, nurses need to be very aware of the machinations of the Management-Academic Complex. Cottingham, Chris 972
Unsafe practice in aged care. 586
Wanting to bridge a communication gap. Kenyon, Lisa Letter to the editor 318
Winning as One campaign underway. McGrath, Jackie Brief article 321

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