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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (February 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A quarter century of nurse education. Brief article 137
Auckland nurse awarded PhD Fellowship. 402
Barriers to nursing practice must be removed: this second article in a series based on 2020 and Beyond: A Vision for Nursing examines legislative and regulatory frameworks. These frameworks are designed to protect patient safety but sometimes serve as barriers to nursing practice. Clendon, Jill 1953
Chief nurse in Ministry's top team. Brief article 191
Clearer picture of new graduate employment. 761
Closing the health gaps. Brief article 241
Days of action at Oceania. 347
Definition of nursing will evolve. O'Connor, Teresa 331
Delegates boost NZNO membership. 644
Don't undermine public health. Brown, Eileen Letter to the editor 587
EN diploma attracts plenty of interest. 624
Enhancing the care of venous leg ulcers: a group of expert clinicians in New Zealand and Australia have developed a range of tools to improve the prevention, assessment and management of venous leg ulcers. Other work is also underway. Hammond, Catherine; Rutherford, Pip; Pagan, Mandy 1885
Enrolled nurses not under threat. Lorigan, Koren Letter to the editor 220
Events. Brief article 161
Flight nurses want to form NZNO college. O'Connor, Teresa Brief article 247
Free trade agreement could threaten NZ sovereignty. 315
Giving up alcohol for February. Brief article 250
Government moves to strengthen rest-home auditing. Brief article 126
Healing chronic venous ulcers in a multiply addicted patient: not all patients with venous leg ulcers are elderly. A case study examines the challenges of treating a young woman with multiple addiction issues and leg ulcers that were failing to heal. Sutton, Dawn Case study 1707
Hewson joins the Nursing Council. Brief article 240
Holistic would care focus of conference. Conference news 232
Information is the key to empowerment. Tunnicliff, Nano 936
It is time to integrate medical and natural health care? There is huge potential for improved health outcomes, particularly in chronic care, if practitioners of natural health care were integrated into 'mainstream' health services. Harman, Richard 1972
Meeting outpatient department demands. Ranson, Sharon Brief article 279
More consultation on draft constitution. O'Connor, Teresa Brief article 214
NCYPA section far from apathetic. Geddes, Rachel Letter to the editor 236
Nursing education under the spotlight. Brief article 294
NZNO manifesto sets out election priorities. 620
PHC MECA overwhelmingly endorsed. Brief article 241
Professional boundaries breached. 340
Realising enrolled nurses' full potential: enrolled nurses now have a new, broader scope of practice which enables them to play an important role in patient assessment and care. Their new competencies could make a huge difference in aged care but some providers seem reluctant to realise this potential. Haultain, Rob; Weston, Kate; Rolls, Suzanne 2046
Registration cancelled for inappropriate relationship. 335
Researching early pregnancy loss. Eagle, Caroline 718
Reunions. Calendar 116
Stop that clot: haemostasis and anticoagulation: this is the first in a series of clinical articles Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand is publishing to provide a convenient way for nurses to earn continuing professional development hours. Casey, Georgina Report 4569
Supervision proved invaluable. Millican, Carol Letter to the editor 150
Suspension for misappropriating patient's money. Brief article 261
Taking a palliative approach to wound healing: some wounds can be very difficult, even impossible to heal. For patients with limited or no healing potential, a palliative approach may be more appropriate. Naylor, Wayne 1680
The night we won't forget. Steltenpool, Gertruud Letter to the editor 519
Travel nursing in Australia: a nurse's perspective. Travel narrative 1260
UK smoking cessation expert returns. Brief article 159
Using Kaupapa Maori approaches to reduce smoking: one Maori nurse shared her passion for tobacco control research at the recent Te Runanga o Aotearoa NZNO smoking research symposium. This was co-sponsored by Smokefeee Nurses Aotearoa/New Zealand and hosted by Massey University in Wellington. Gifford, Heather 925
Waikato ENs clock up thousands of year of service. 450
Who goes where and what will it cost? O'Connor, Teresa Brief article 116

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