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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (June 1, 2015)

1-56 out of 56 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Disappointing' budget. 763
'Inequalities are a health issue'. 622
12-hour shifts: the debate continues. Walker, Leonie; Cledon, Jill 1987
A brief mid-winter encounter: a nurse's brief encounter with a seemingly vulnerable young woman raised a number of issues--what more could she have done to help? Brinkman, Anne 1026
A profession under stress. Stodart, Kathy 3402
Aged care a societal concern researcher: a leading aged-care researcher believes little will change in the sector until more people are concerned about the situation. O'Connor, Teresa 958
An invitation to military nurses. Turner, Lee Letter to the editor 122
Arthritis: joints inflamed. Casey, Georgina Report 4483
Bodies under stress: the stressors nurses are exposed to at work and outside work can take their toll, according to one Christchurch nurse. Hodder, Paula 1046
Building DHB staff resilience. Manchester, Anne 1384
Campaign website launched. Website overview 117
Caregiver wins falls quiz. Brief article 181
Challenging government health rhetoric. Hughes, Kerri-Ann Editorial 948
Christian Fellowship relaunched. Brief article 235
Compulsory mask-wearing not the answer--NZNO. Brief article 288
Cytotoxic medicines are hazardous substances. Brief article 182
Designs on the future: a warehouse in Christchurch is the hub of a design revolution aimed at ensuring the best possible spaces for patients and staff in the city's new hospitals. O'Connor, Teresa 1339
DHBs: rural jobs and services likely to go. Yeats, Mike 641
Directory. Directory 956
Draft strategic plan feedback to June meeting. Brief article 129
Equal pay case conference this month. Conference news 211
Events 2015. Calendar 218
Facing the reality of mortality. 774
Fancy a break in the Sounds? Papera, Debbie Brief article 234
Former president wins appeal. 822
Honorary membership criteria to be reviewed. Brief article 114
Honouring the work of nurses. Manchester, Anne 507
Hospice symposium: the last 48 hours of life. Potter, Mary Brief article 303
In praise of CPD4nurses. Jelley, Renenen Letter to the editor 225
IND at Mangere Market. Brief article 135
Maori student leader graduates. 390
Mediation may lead to another offer. 340
New competence assessment process starts next month. 231
Nurses leaving--should we be worried? Nursing Council research reveals the attrition rates for nurses who registered eight years ago and those who registered two years ago. O'Connor, Teresa 1583
Nursing grandmother inspires grandson. 429
NZNO continues its treaty journey. Manchester, Anne 1073
NZNO delegation heads to ICN conference. Conference news 167
Pacific nurses: celebrating IND Pacific-style. Smith, Abel 393
Presidential candidate profiles. 2236
Preventing infection: wearing masks correctly. Boyne, Robyn 576
Primary health care: members want priority. Brief article 166
Primary health care: prison changes proceed. 343
Primary health care: TRK MECA. 348
Radius members consider offer. Brief article 210
Respiratory: supporting those with bronchiectasis. 466
Social bond to focus on mental health. 355
Staffing changes at NZNO. Brief article 130
The Kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri 497
Update on NZNO's investment portfolio. Brief article 164
Updating the New Zealand health strategy. Brief article 247
Using mindfulness to enhance nursing practice: after studying aikido in Japan, a nurse learnt the value of mindfulness therapy and its relevance to his nursing practice. Philbrick, Glen 2167
Valuing aged-care workers: if the aged-care workforce is to be competent, adaptable, stable and sustainable, pay and conditions have to improve. Wait, David 950
Walking in two worlds: Maori nurses can best provide for their patients and demonstrate their professionalism when they can work within a Maori model of care and through a Maori world view that is acknowledged, accepted and honoured. Walker, Leonie 1742
Wellington gynaecology service practises gender safety. Simmons, Ann Letter to the editor 372
What drove one nurse to leave. 392
Why I'm baking a cake ... Dunning, Emma Poem 146

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