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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (April 1, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
A couple of graduates. Brief article 171
A nursing vocation: Florence Trout, a name synonymous with Plunket, looks back on the many lessons she has learnt working with families. Manchester, Anne 952
A passion for primary health care: life has been a steep learning curve for one Gisborne nurse, from working as a rural postie a decade ago to heading NZNO's college of primary health care nurses. Manchester, Anne 914
Administering intramuscular penicillin injections to reduce rheumatic fever. Jessamine, Stewart 292
Aged care: Analysis reveals RN pay gap. Brief article 295
Auditing cultural competency. Brief article 265
Bringing efficiencies to general practice: linking what is happening at the front of a general practice with what is happening out the back--in the consultation rooms--is one way of defining the role of a health care assistant. Manchester, Anne Interview 1345
Butler follows protest traditions. Annals, Geoff Letter to the editor 413
Caring for the patient who is deteriorating. Rolls, Suzanne 1254
Core funding increases. Brief article 198
CTU sets priorities to 2018. 344
Disorders of the skin. Casey, Georgina 3811
Dual responsibilities difficult. Latter, Pamela Letter to the editor 127
Enhancing residents' quality of life. 295
Enrolled nurses: addressing the pay gaps. Metcatfe, Leonie 435
ENs reaching their full potential. Metcalfe, Leonie Letter to the editor 274
Events 2016. Calendar 145
Gastroenterology: section to move to college status. Kempin, Karen Brief article 173
Gerontology: Awanui praised for gay care. Longmore, Mary 562
Getting CCDM? Get involved. 369
HCAs' pay progression an 'obstacle course'. O'Connor, Teresa 948
Hospice working party named. Brief article 136
ICN to consider regional forum. Brief article 172
Improving health care for young transgender people: working for a service that provides inclusive health care and social support for gender diverse people is rewarding, says one new graduate nurse. Kondou, Alex 933
In solidarity with Butler. Hutchinson, Hamish Letter to the editor 150
IND focuses on resilience. 312
Jobs for NPS at end of new training programme: increased government and employer support for NPs is evident in a pilot training programme run out of Auckland and Massey Universities. Stodart, Kathy 866
Just a spoonful of sugar ... Regulations on administering medications continue to be reviewed. It's important nurses stay involved and informed. MacGeorge, Jane 973
Kai Tiaki reunites old friends. McCafferty, Geraldine Letter to the editor 117
Learning opportunities during EN secondment. Kahu, Anita Te 440
MP trades places with caregiver. 374
No equal pay agreement yet. Brief article 232
NP article strikes a chord. Symonds, Jeff Letter to the editor 187
Nursing in a unique part of New Zealand: nursing on Stewart Island poses some unique challenges and provides some unique rewards. O'Connor, Teresa 1839
Nursing on the Chathams offers rare opportunities: providing nursing care to New Zealand's remotest communities is not for the faint-hearted. O'Connor, Teresa 3125
NZ nurse awarded top honour. 403
NZNO nominates Nuku for ICN board. Brief article 166
NZNO submission outlines main concerns about controversial TPPA. Brief article 184
Protecting patients: in real terms, health budgets continue to shrink. Nurses have 'a duty of care' to protect our health services and patients from further cuts. LawLess, Jenn 1088
Protest is good for democracy. Woodward, Nico Letter to the editor 234
Reader finds 'a bit of everything' in last month's issue. Irvine, Hazel Letter to the editor 388
Root causes must be tackled. O'Connor, Teresa Editorial 1113
Rural health professionals gather in Dunedin. 293
Rural nursing issues tackled in paper. Brief article 182
Some progress in EN employment. Brief article 225
Submission on medically-assisted daying. Brief article 142
Surgery on intersex infants 'causes unnecessary trauma'. 395
The president comments. Brookes, Grant President's page 656
Tracey Morgan resigns. Brief article 121
Two new Maori NPs make history: having their final assessment panel on a Bay of Plenty marae--Kokohinau in Te Teko--was a pivotal moment in the lives of two of the country's newest nurse practitioners. Manchester, Anne 1581
Venous leg ulcer study needs more participants. 385
Violent incidents stretch ED resources. 528
Where does NZNO stand on primary care practice assistants? Brief article 298
Where has nursing pride gone? O'Connor, Tricia Letter to the editor 364

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