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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (December 1, 2012)

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'No conflict between nursing ethics and helping a patient die with dignity': in our October issue, a nurse educator in palliative care, Julie Maher, argued against a draft bill which would allow patients to choose to die. Two more nurses join the debate on these pages, both arguing for the patient's right to choose to end an intolerable life. Havill, Glynis; Nichols, Jenny Viewpoint essay 1819
A 'solution' seeking a 'problem'. Annals, Geoff Editorial 1057
A look at history, health policy and social media. Woods, Heather Book review 929
Are enrolled nurses finally on the comeback trail? Is enrolled nurses' day in the sun about to arrive? O'Connor, Teresa 1996
Bringing humanity back into health care: a new worldwide social movement aims to link health professionals wanting to reconnect with their core values of compassion and caring. Manchester, Anne 995
Caring for Guinea's poorest. 344
Changes to ICN fees and structure. 361
Cutting costs to achieve a surplus. Brief article 143
Death removed from daily reality. William, Liz Letter to the editor 217
Delegates share common passions. Morgan, Tracey Conference news 417
Developing Pacific smokefree strategies. 427
DHB change processes must be robust. Harry, Lesley 526
DVD discriminates against older people. Rika, Yvonne Letter to the editor 391
Emerging approaches in addiction treatments. O'Connor, Teresa Conference notes 568
Engaging NZNO members better. Brief article 229
Examining the AGM remit process. Brief article 229
Extra hospice funding continues. Brief article 187
Falls and treatment delays major causes of adverse events: the latest report into serious and sentinel events in district health boards reveals that falls, with their attendant health care and emotional costs, are still happening too frequently. Weston, Kate 983
Flight nurses receive 'lessons from the other side'. Boston, Steph Conference notes 505
From ostracism to acceptance--the gift of surgery: a day in the life of a New Zealand nurse who volunteered with Mercy Ships in Guinea, West Africa from August to October this year. She was also a volunteer for 13 months in 2007/2008. Foxley, Maria 1450
Health illiteracy kills patients. Brief article 247
Health organisations send open letter to HWNZ. 516
How can nurses help prevent falls? Nesdale, Tess Letter to the editor 292
Inappropriate behaviour towards nursing students leads to suspension. 484
It's been a tough year but there's been some progress: the last year has been a tough one for many NZNO members and other workers. The brighter future promised by the National-led Government has not materialised for many. But despite the difficult political and employment environment, there's been some progress. Welton, Huia 1016
Lifting spirits at dialysis centre. 372
Matching care to patient demand: nurses and midwives could make better use of patient acuity systems like TrendCare--they are the best tools nurses and midwives have to make their work visible and help manage workloads. Oakes, Rebecca 823
Mental health credentialing. Brief article 154
Mental health unit report 'inaccurate'. Fairley, Nigel Letter to the editor 451
More employers interested in introducing learning reps. Brief article 248
More employers join proposed PHC deal. Brief article 223
New business service manager 'very excited' about new role. Brief article 196
New role at PSC. Brief article 120
Nurse has registration cancelled a second time for dishonesty offences. 709
Nurse lacked understanding of professional boundaries. 344
Nursing graduates avoid working in aged care. 402
Nursing well positioned for the future. 601
Nursing's Pacific future: cultures, languages, beliefs and practices may vary across the Pacific, but the strength gained from sharing common nursing bonds was much in evidence at last month's South Pacific Nurses Forum in Melbourne. Manchester, Anne Conference notes 841
Nurturing Pasifika midwives. Brief article 283
NZNO chief executive resigns. 843
Preventing melanoma. Brief article 200
Record numbers at nurse managers' conference. Lee, Janine Conference notes 317
Recruiting and retaining Aboriginal nurses. 395
Registration cancelled for indecent assault. 433
Sharing neonatal passion and knowledge. Marshall, Annie Conference notes 354
Solomon Islands' nursing degree. 478
Strengthening nursing education standards. 362
Te Rau Kokiri close to being finalised? Brief article 255
The Kaiwhakahaere comments ... Nuku, Kerri 506
The right resources for the right care. Hunt, Ngaire Conference notes 943
Tougher language requirements not needed. Caravana, Ryan Letter to the editor 364
Treating nausea and vomiting. Casey, Georgina Report 4121
Treating TB in Tajikistan: Christchurch nurse Cindy Gibb in Tajikistan on her first field placement with Medecins Sans Frontieres, writes about the tuberculosis treatment project she is working on. It is aimed mainly at children and those with drug-resistant forms of the disease. Gibb, Cindy 885
Try something new, says nurse researcher. O'Connor, Teresa Conference notes 830
Unit helps mothers and babies. 313
Using technology to improve patient care. Irvine, Denise Conference notes 331
Volunteer nursing in Cambodia: improving nursing skills and health outcomes in Cambodia is the aim of the Impact Charitable Trust. One nurse is about to make her third visit there. Johnson, Tessa Essay 1930
Waikato DHB's proposal to cut rehabilitation jobs strongly opposed. 635
What! No spacer? Hillery, Emily Letter to the editor 192
Why are there so few nurse practitioners? Why, after more than a decade, are nurse practitioners not playing a far more significant role in primary health care? Minto, Rosemary Viewpoint essay 1021

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