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

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Title Author Type Words
'Methodologically flawed' evaluation. 336
'Sick budget'. Brief article 222
... And at radius. Brief article 132
A challenge, a cause. Interview 387
A return to the nasty '90s: proposed changes to employment law signal a return to the bad old days of the 1990s, when nurses' and other workers' terms and conditions were decimated. Alexander, Glenda 932
A sister seeks information. Wright, Deb Letter to the editor 436
Apology to Canterbury members. Lea, Andy Letter to the editor 174
Auckland DHB staff shortages. 364
Cancer nurses support care co-ordinators. Brief article 191
Changing practice to improve care: nursing leadership is as much about influencing change at ward/unit level, as it is about influencing change at hospital or national level. One nurse shares how she introduced a change in practice. Rhodes, Lynley 891
Compassion fatigue--what it is and how to avoid it: compassion fatigue is not simply burnout; rather it is a behavioural response to constantly helping people who are sick and suffering. Gilmore, Cathy 1041
Deal secured at Oceania. 555
Developing 'home-grown' supervisors: in a New Zealand first, the West Coast District Health Board has developed a "grow-our-own" model of supervision for the general nursing workforce. O'Connor, Teresa 1704
Disappointment at low constitution vote. Symes, Heather Letter to the editor 228
District court convictions lead to cancellation of registration. Wilson, Derek Brief article 271
Doing the right thing. Interview 350
Expert burn nurse dies. Hall, Karen Obituary 398
Failure to maintain professional boundaries leads to suspension. Kora, Collin 433
Fighting for teen mothers. Interview 449
Forging a new degree. Interview 388
Four out of five new graduates find jobs--survey. 499
Haere ra, Aunty Queenie. Clunie, Roberta; O'Connor, Teresa 1122
HCAS have legitimate place in staff mix. Henderson, Robyn Letter to the editor 556
Hospice members vote on 4.5 per cent increase. 376
Improving the quality of endoscopy services. Ritchie, Lorraine 503
Inspiring leaders. Kivell, Denise Editorial 908
Leading the southern workforce. Interview 336
Learning about leading in Louisiana. Interview 388
Loving your work. Interview 342
Managing after hours--a complex and diverse role: managing a hospital safely after hours requires an impressive range of clinical, professional and personal skills. O'Connor, Teresa Interview 1020
National delegates to focus on care capacity demand management. Brookes, Grant 477
New constitution now in effect. 830
Nurse guilty of professional misconduct for inappropriate relationship. Shennan, Paul 487
Nurses 'formidable opponents' in fight against tobacco. Brief article 318
Nurses must fight TPPA threat: the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement is the business of nurses because of the threat it poses to New Zealand's ability to regulate public health risks, such as smoking. O'Connor, Teresa 906
Obtaining confidential information was unprofessional. Carrington, John Malcolm 316
Organiser to leave after 25 years' service. Brief article 250
Passion and confidence. Interview 377
Pay in aged care 'a form of modern day slavery'. O'Connor, Teresa 1056
Primary health care funding and utilization of nurses has to change. 600
Rationed care a reality in New Zealand hospitals. Stodart, Kathy 1894
Repeating employment law history. Symes, Heather Letter to the editor 412
Research funds for Maori smoking project. Brief article 305
Serious problems with morphine administration result in censure. Lata, Mona Mohani 355
Standing up for what is right in the workplace. Interview 603
Submissions made on prescribing and prison health services. 401
Survey looks at issues facing clinical nurse specialists: clearer definition of the role of clinical nurse specialists is needed to ensure their work in the health service is better supported and understood, and to maximise the full potential of the role, a survey has found. Cumming, Glynis 2678
The Kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Letter to the editor 698
The theme for this year's conference, on September 19 and 20, is Kanohi ki te Kanohi, Pakihiwi ki te Pakihiwi--Face to Face, Shoulder to Shoulder and the guest speaker will be chief nurse Jane O'Malley. Brief article 116
Transition issues for new constitution. 562
Workforce plan for enrolled nurses needed. 405
Working as second-class citizens. Farmer, Pat Letter to the editor 667
Workshop a critical success. Pou, Kate Te Brief article 296

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