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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (May 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A sad farewell to Sulu Fesili. Willoughby, Kathryn Letter to the editor 339
Advancing emergency nursing. Cooper, Kate 416
Call to give a 'a voice and heart' to nurses. 710
Campaigns, budgets and partnership. 1073
Caring for those who care: a programme at Canterbury District Health Board is aimed at encouraging all staff to get active and eat well. Crossley, Nicola 736
Death highlights poor ulcer care: an elderly patient who died from an infected sacral pressure ulcer was not cared for adequately, a report has found. The primary lesson for nurses is that prevention of pressure ulcers needs to be taken more seriously, with meticulous assessment, documentation and care planning. Weststrate, Jan; Tweed, Carol; Naylor, Wayne 2778
DHB national delegates meet. Brief article 161
District nurses address workload allocation. Abbott, Samantha; White, Denise 418
Employers' responsibilities re employees' complaints: a recent Employment Court judgement contains some interesting views on employers' responsibilities regarding complaints from employees about bullying. Lawrie, Jock 1049
Encouraging nurses to get vaccinated: a number of district health boards are trying a range of initiatives to boost nurses' uptake of the free 'flu vaccination. O'Connor, Teresa 962
Equipping nurses to talk about nursing. Brief article 261
Events 2009: www.kaitiakiads.co.nz. Calendar 450
Fairness in English language testing. Arora, Ashwani Kumar Letter to the editor 130
Falling into snobbery traps. Peterson, Jeni Letter to the editor 441
Help needed with blood pressure cuffs. Biddle, Bernie Letter to the editor 176
Helping workers overseas. 357
Hospital design compromises care. McCord, Carol Letter to the editor 415
How can nurses' 'flu vaccination rates be boosted? McLennan, Stuart; Vollweiler, Miriam; Celi, Leo Anthony Viewpoint essay 3470
Information about Mary Myers. Metcalfe, Ted Letter to the editor 99
Keeping staff and the organisation safe: so what's the role of an occupational health nurse within a district health board's health and safety team? And what are the major health issues confronting nurses? O'Connor, Teresa 1985
Last month's prudence. Mills, Brigid Letter to the editor 140
Learning to handle patients safely: safe patient handling policies and procedures have been adopted throughout most health care facilities. But challenges still remain. Stevenson, Angela 1879
Ministry hires educator to help develop EN scope and education. 372
NZNO staff changes. Brief article 91
Over staffed, over paid and over here: the Te Henga Section of the Marxist Nurses' Union offers district health boards some invaluable tips on how to attract and retain a raft of overseas staff--ideally at the expense of nurses. Cottingham, Chris 898
Palliative care in rural areas. Frizzel, Glenys Letter to the editor 418
Paperwork duplication. Gibb, Sheena Letter to the editor 199
Proposed settlement for country's largest aged-care chain. 645
Public health nurses respond to swine 'flu. 600
Putting the pay parity case for Maori health workers. 618
Remembering casualties of the workplace. Obituary 300
Scholarship revived. Brief article 152
Shocked at fee increase. Evans, Vivienne Letter to the editor 194
Support for skin cancer nurses. Duckett, Wendy Letter to the editor 366
Supporting Alzheimer's research. Barnett, Paula Letter to the editor 351
Take care when making statements: all members should seek advice from NZNO before agreeing to make a statement about an incident at work--whether they were directly involved or simply a witness. Cain, Margaret 957
The President comments ... Guy, Marion 589
Toxic mould syndrome--can the link be proved? Making a definitive link between fungal toxins and health outcomes remains difficult. Some people appear to have a greater sensitivity to these toxins than others. Ashcroft, Carol Case study 2150
Valuing health at work. Riegen, Janice Editorial 1012
Wharangi Ruamano. Hughes, Hemaima 866
Whistle-blowing nurse struck off. 396
Withdrawal from society. Brief article 102

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