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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (December 1, 2010)

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'Complementary, not in competition': a private hospital manager takes issue with an article in last month's Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand which argued against increased privatisation of health care. Moore, Terry 937
An all too familiar scenario. Black, Janet Letter to the editor 629
Australian nurses reach consensus. 463
Awards for Maori students. Brief article 148
Believing in the paradigm of recovery: writing about her experience of traumatic domestic violence is the latest step taken by a nurse on the long road to true healing. Bryant, Jeni Viewpoint essay 953
Caring for flight nurses. Boston, Steph 488
Chief nurses share their strategic directions. 468
Continuing health inequalities must be addressed: over the next few months Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand will be running a series of articles based on 2020 and Beyond: A Vision for Nursing. This first article discusses some of the key factors that will affect nursing into the future, as well as the health and social policy frameworks that provide the context within which nurses practise. Clendon, Jill 2167
Continuing professional development made easy. 530
Cultural and social diversity in stomal therapy nursing. Wolyncewicz, Sue 371
Demystifying supervision: seeking professional supervision shows u nurse is taking responsibility for her/his practice. It is an opportunity to reflect on what has happened and share experiences. Cook, Pauline 945
Diabetes on the increase yet services being cut. 662
Embracing burnout: a Deconstructed Heideggerian Hermeneutic Neoparadignamic Consideration--this is what is presently occupying the collective mind of the Te Henga Wing of the Nurses' Marxist Alliance. Cottingham, Chris 922
EN employment restrictions continue. Brief article 199
Enriching neonatal nursing practice. Fahey, Mary Conference notes 530
Enrolled nurses study days. Morgan, Elsa; Hewlett, Robyn Brief article 290
Events. Calendar 173
Finding solutions to global challenges. Liley, Jenny Conference notes 279
Formal training for theatre role. 547
Freed to Care Proud to Nurse. Cullens, Victoria Book review 1007
Funding boost for 'butterfly children' welcomed. Brief article 220
Growing frangipani in a cold climate. 522
Helping cancer nursing achieve its potential. Morris, Maureen 391
Honouring an awesome nurse. Fordyce, Carolyn Letter to the editor 258
Honouring the unsung heroes. 630
Improving health literacy. Brief article 159
Inappropriate physical restraint charges dismissed. 498
Increasing the maori health workforce. 405
Introducing family-centred care in Binh Dinh province: an assignment to improve and develop nursing services in Viet Nam's Binh Dinh Province was a steep learning curve for one New Zealand nurse. Her legacy is safer care for neonates and nurses practising more holistically. Manchester, Anne 1662
Kai Tiaki on Facebook. Brief article 186
Kiwisaver questions answered. Gawith, Andrew 368
Legendary sisters remembered. Brief article 182
Major aged-care provider to use national staffing guidelines. 451
Media release: End of degree studies the realisation of a dream for nursing students in Kaitaia. 611
Mental health choices needed. Brief article 257
Nurses for children and young people hold a virtual AGM. Crawford, Ruth Brief article 239
Nurses from the Pacific at the helm: nurses across the Pacific face many of the same issues--health cuts, job retention, variable education standards and the threat of natural disasters. Some of these issues, as discussed at last month's South Pacific Nursing Forum, are explored over the following six-page special report. Manchester, Anne Conference notes 575
Nurses leaders discuss workforce issues. Trim, Susanne Conference notes 358
Nurses need education to prevent and treat stroke. 561
Nurses the key to primary mental health care. 350
Nurses' chapel to be repaired. Wootton, Ray Letter to the editor 220
Nurses' role in melanoma care. Brief article 159
Nursing in Fiji under pressure. 760
NZNO awards and honorary membership criteria to be reviewed. 850
NZNO offices. Directory 869
NZNO pleased with neurosurgical services outcome. Brief article 229
NZNO takes issue with major aged-care provider over breach of good faith. 652
Overcoming the stigma of breast cancer. 465
Plunket work celebrated. 240
Policy seeks to provide clarity. Manchester, Anne; OConnor, Teresa Letter to the editor 634
Pounamu taonga returned to Aotearoa from Tonga. Brief article 255
Recovery nursing in Nepal--a fulfilling journey: A New Zealand nurse recently spent time as a recovery nurse with a surgical team in a remote area of western Nepal. She was one of a team working for the International Nepal Fellowship, a Christian medical charity which has been operating in Nepal since 1952. Cullen, Hilary 1605
Registration cancelled for significant failures in care. 374
Research into early warning tool for children. 317
Research, mentoring and presentation guidelines. Recommended readings 915
Reunions. Calendar 114
Reviews underway in Nelson Marlborough. McGrath, Jackie Brief article 214
RN pays tribute to caregivers. Hoyle, Michelle Letter to the editor 476
Seeking graduates' employment plans. Brief article 208
Serious negotiations' with doctors bring results. Brief article 188
Sourcing health information: a major new information source and virtual meeting place for health professionals is proving popular. Renshaw, Corinne 932
Staff may try to run Taihape health services. 557
Taking pride in speaking the language of nursing. Annals, Geoff Editorial 932
Teaching in Vietnam a two-way learning process: teaching psychiatric nurses in a regional hospital in Vietnam was a rewarding cross-cultural experience for an Auckland nursing lecturer. Hamer, Helen 1736
The 'Santa' Clauses ...: Interpretation and application of clauses concerning pay over the Christmas and New Year holiday period can be a minefield. Having the right information can help members work out their entitlements. Alexander, Glenda 936
The keys to nursing leadership. Brief article 286
The presidents comments... Tunnicliff, Nano 492
Website for nurses. Brief article 128
Young man with cerebral palsy knows his own mind: to mark International Disability Day on December 3, on experienced disability nurse describes the complex core required by a young man living with cerebral palsy. Taylor, Jan 1577

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