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

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Title Author Type Words
'Toughen up' attitude behind bullying. 393
A career devoted to neonates: the former charge nurse manager of Dunedin Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit and a long-time NZNO activist offers some reflections on her career. Seuseu, Jan 994
A parent's experience of family integrated care. Brief article 305
Aged care: bargaining preparations underway. Brief article 166
Aged care: National interRAI service to be established. 355
Aged-care workforce to be surveyed. 288
Appalled by new master's degree. Williams, Julie; Taylor, Nicky; Philip, Melanie; Griffiths, Christine; Martin, Katherine; Cuthbertso Letter to the editor 422
Bonded nurses share their experiences: the amount of support nurses on the voluntary bonding scheme receive can vary, but being able to pay back their student loans quickly is a huge benefit. Longmore, Mary 729
Caring for the dying mind. Brief article 197
Court nursing: facing 'vicarious trauma'. Burns, Bernie 569
Debating euthanasia: nurses, like the rest of society, hold a range of views on physician-assisted dying. Ritchie, Lorraine 1118
DHB's mask stance unchanged. 435
DHBs: two long-standing delegates take their leave. O'Connor, Teresa 1217
Early detection of heart defects can save lives: pulse oximetry is a screening tool in use at Capital & Coast District Health Board to help detect critical congenital heart defects in newborns. Dellabarca, Paula 1597
Eight nominations for seven board positions. Brief article 193
Equipping union members. Nicholas, Tony Letter to the editor 327
Events 2016. Calendar 220
Faith nurses' conference. Tyrrell, Elaine Brief article 153
Feedback wanted on education framework. Brief article 159
Former nurse heads DHB. Brief article 240
Getting feistier as her career progressed. Manchester, Anne Brief article 239
Grateful for research support. Gesmundo, Monina Letter to the editor 188
Havill's letter misleading. Woods, Martin; Rook, Helen Letter to the editor 648
Health strategy doesn't empower nursing. 458
Helping children participate in health decisions affecting them. 349
Hospital midwives' work becoming more complex. Brief article 191
Improving access for whanau to tupapaku. Brief article 299
Improving employee protections: a rare display of political unity in Parliament has resulted in some improved protections for workers. Payne, Cee 848
Intensive care: using virtual consultations. Ferguson, Adele 309
Involving parents in the care of neonates: Dunedin Hospital's neonatal intensive care unit was the only one in the country to have been part of an international, Canadian-led trial of family integrated care. O'Connor, Teresa 1750
Kathryn Holloway appointed to Victoria. Brief article 119
Moving from students to competent RNs: two neonatal intensive care nurses reflect on their experiences as new graduates--a time of great challenge and change. Dent, Hayley; Doorman, Gemma 1899
Neonatal nursing: Palliative care guidelines. Longmore, Mary 926
New facility opens in Kaikoura. Brief article 200
New Maori name for NZNO. 369
No equal pay settlement yet. 355
Not all nurses supported Butler's behaviour. Tasker, Cath Letter to the editor 234
Nuku takes claim to UN. Brief article 336
Nurse education: links to improved care. Clendon, Jill 392
Nurses and midwives have key role in child protection. 328
Nurses must embrace research. Harris, Deborah Editorial 1430
NZNO supports protest over food at Southern DHB. Brief article 285
One nurse's climate change journey: a nurse tells how witnessing the impact of climate change on remote villages in Asia prompted her to re-evaluate her diet--and her life. Rushton, Emily 2441
Primary care: prison nurse staffing levels must be discussed. 337
Providing neonatal education overseas: a neonatal nursing education programme, delivered by New Zealand nurses, is contributing to international development goals. Beecroft, Gina 1015
Reducing neonatal readmission rates. Berney, Ellen 2027
Rural general practice: expanding roles for nurses. Walker, Leonie 535
Scheme should be extended, says NZNO. Brief article 244
Seeking NP jobs for NPs: two issues were at the heart of an employment dispute NZNO helped resolve--acknowledging the worth of NPs, and the risks for nurses working outside the scope of practice they are employed in. Stodart, Kathy 936
Speaking for neonates and their families: a nurse who is still 'working on the floor' is the chair of NZNO's neonatal nurses' college and feels proud and privileged to advocate for nurses, neonates and their families. O'Connor, Teresa 1723
Studying cyberbullying. D'Souza, Natalia Brief article 263
The kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri 622
Transporting babies in an emergency: the ability to work under stress and problem-solve in difficult, uncertain environments are qualities needed by neonatal transport team nurses. Ferguson, Sophie 1466
Using advanced neonatal skills. Dineen, Fiona 1878
What makes a Maori nurse unique? Manchester, Anne 577
Who are the real heroes? Rhodes, Darryl Letter to the editor 215
Why stand for election as an NZNO board member? Minto, Rosemary 689
Workforce messages target 'vulnerable areas'. 392

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