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

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'Flawed' health and safety bill passed. Brief article 264
'Whole person' approach used in complex TB case: a multidisciplinary health team successfully managed the complex care of a patient with drug-resistant tuberculosis, and other significant physical and mental problems. Vause, Andrea; Aspinall, Clare Clinical report 1559
Aged care: 'ground-breaking' pay increase. 374
Aged care: deal reached with largest provider. 346
As time goes by ... a long-time NZNO staffer reflects on her 25 years with the organisation and its predecessor, NZNA. Alexander, Glenda 851
Attitudes to assisted dying surveyed. Brief article 260
Award winners. Brief article 128
Clinical reasoning tool aids practice. Knox, Laura 1010
College under financial pressure. Brief article 315
Cover shows poor practice. Hurst, Maree Letter to the editor 169
Craig leaves NZNO to join ERA. Brief article 280
Cultural competence. Brief article 125
DHB MECA ratified. 626
DHBs: South Canterbury to quit aged care. 362
Disappointed with cover. Graham, Trish Letter to the editor 116
Doing nurses an injustice. Woodward, Derryle Letter to the editor 228
Don't segregate young nurses. Minto, Rosemary Letter to the editor 283
Driving out systemic discrimination. Manchester, Anne 3197
Equal pay pressure mounts. 478
Funding changes needed. Brief article 246
Future employment law changes must address growing wealth gap--lawyer. O'Connor, Teresa 587
Gerontology: older people at risk of depression. 449
Increased focus on rural depression. Brief article 213
Letter full of inaccuracies. Gittings, Penny Letter to the editor 160
Letting nursing down. Lipanovic, Jude Letter to the editor 157
Maori mental health strategy launched. Brief article 233
Maori nursing pioneer dies. Brief article 306
Mental health nursing--'a good fit': the chair of NZNO's mental health nurses' section talks about her section work and her career in mental health nursing. O'Connor, Teresa Interview 2224
Mental health triage what skills are needed? Mental health triage--nurses have to be experienced practitioners with a range of skills to ensure patients get the services most appropriate to their needs. Doncliff, Brent 1540
Mental health: including a focus on physical health. Brief article 287
Neglecting democratic rights. Symes, Heather Letter to the editor 184
New assessment process 'a big improvement'. Brief article 240
No good news for graduates. Brief article 215
NZNO research journal out now. Brief article 190
Overcoming the poverty barrier. Brief article 229
Parliament 'unsafe' place to work, according to EEO Commissioner. Brief article 292
Partnering expertise with experience. Poole, Suzette; Swanson, Caro Editorial 1039
Please look at the science. Turner, Nikki Letter to the editor 703
Primary health care: heartfelt messages. 453
Primary health care: two national deals reached. Brief article 302
Private hospitals: proposed deal for hospices. Brief article 240
Providing immunisation across the lifespan. Tanner, Michelle 3078
Recent night shift pushes enrolled nurse to the limits. Kahu, Anita Te Letter to the editor 398
Rehashing conspiracy theories. Metcalfe, Nicola Letter to the editor 318
Remembering Betty Dunn. Zimmer, Coralie Letter to the editor 245
Science improves quality of life. Robertson, Alison Letter to the editor 301
Social media drives 'intense' campaign. 941
The mutual benefits of preceptorship: an online survey of preceptors in mental health and addiction settings revealed the mutual benefits to the preceptors and the new graduate nurses. Korzon, Juliana; Trimmer, Wendy 2717
The President comments. Guy, Marion Column 473
Trained actors help students learn mental health nursing skills: a study into actor-based simulations at Otago Polytechnic has shown clear educational advantages over traditional learning methods. Bartlett, Suzie; Butson, Russell 2798
Transcribing medications. Bradley-Ingle, Annette 888
Understanding the pressures on a DAO: a Christchurch duly authorised officer shares his experiences of this complex and demanding role. Burns, Bernie 2113
Unions in mediation over masks. 437
Unmasking managerial power: a nurse examines Waikato District Health Board's vaccination policy and the meaning of some nurses' resistance to it. Thompson, Julie 1051
Updated forums next year. Calendar 101
Weaving mental health into WITT's undergraduate curriculum: the nursing school at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki has ensured mental health and addiction teaching is not sidelined in its bachelor of nursing programme. Bingham, Helen 2740

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