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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (July 1, 2017)

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Title Author Type Words
'Familiar cry' from aged care association. 406
Accessing clinical records leads to suspension. 636
At home working with her own people. Longmore, Mary 503
Boosting Pacific representation at ICN: NZNO successfully promoted better representation for Pacific nations at ICN. Brookes, Grant 610
Brebner to address conference. Conference news 128
Bullying stories draw 'overwhelming' response. 365
Care of a subarachnoid haemorrhage patient: a patient with a subarachnoid haemorrhage needs close monitoring, especially after surgery, to prevent further complications. Tevaga, Sia Report 2556
Caring for a patient with multiple sclerosis. Porten, Lauren; Carrucan-Wood, Louise 2509
Caring for patients with neurodegenerative diseases: although clinicians cannot cure neurodegenerative diseases, there are many practical things they can do to help patients. Manchester, Anne 714
Debating the ethics of assisted dying. 398
DHB MECA negotiations underway. Brief article 254
DHBS: concerns raised over mental health staffing. Brief article 217
Directory. Directory 903
Events 2017. Calendar 162
Exploring the far north. Hand, Margaret 837
Facing up to global challenges: globalisation, patient safety, nursing leadership and climate change were among the myriad topics debated at the congress. Brookes, Grant 674
Fleming listens to nurses' concerns. 554
Growing hair for a cause. John, Bijo Letter to the editor 243
How big is the shortfall? Brief article 203
Identifying best practice in childhood immunisation: a study into best practice in achieving high rates of childhood immunisation shows the keys include effective teamwork, creating good connections with parents and caregivers, and taking a systematic approach. Taylor, Lynn; Turner, Nikki; Poutasi, Catherine Report 2285
In the footsteps of nursing heroines. 463
Industrial staff at ACTU conference. Conference news 261
Influencing change for ENs. Metcalfe, Leonie Conference news 342
Little glamour in caring for those with epilepsy: an epilepsy specialist nurse is trying to define the parameters of her role. O'Connor, Teresa 946
Looking towards a new pay equity future: the pay equity settlement for care and support workers, which came into effect this month, marks the beginning of a new era, which will eventually see the gender pay gap eliminated. Payne, Cee 1402
Memories of a much-loved nurse. In memoriam 547
Notices to members: caution advised on Facebook. Brief article 294
Nurses as leaders: nurses must cast off old hierarchies and embrace change if they are to become strategic leaders. Brinkman, Anne 714
Nursing leadership being eroded: a restructuring of nursing leadership around the country has seen many directors of nursing having their powers reduced to professional leadership roles only. Longmore, Mary 1517
Nursing student honoured by the Queen. 409
NZNO appoints new manager. Brief article 150
NZNO manifesto a useful election tool. Brief article 256
NZNO's matariki celebration honours its 100-year-old former kaumatua Aunty Vera. Longmore, Mary 363
Pay equity claim for DHB members. 364
Perioperative conference has ocean theme. Bason, Alisha Conference news 179
Platitudes aren't enough for nurses this election year: New Zealand politicians need to learn from the experience of Britain's conservative prime minister that they disrespect nurses at their peril. Docherty, Barbara 999
Praise for Wairau team. Asher, Yvonne Letter to the editor 217
Primary health care: proposed prison deal. Brief article 304
Protest march to challenge underfunding. 439
Registration lost for long-term dishonesty. 816
Some progress on Maori nursing numbers. Brief article 304
Stress and disease. Casey, Georgina Report 3421
Stroke nursing--an expanding specialty: attitudes towards nursing people who have had strokes have changed a good deal over the last decade. O'Connor, Teresa 1380
Support centre to close at 5pm. Stokker, Jo Brief article 123
Tensions follow pay deal. Johnson, Marita Ansin Letter to the editor 185
The joys of 'neuro nursing: neurosurgical nursing provided a new graduate nurse with a good deal of satisfaction and continues to do so'. Thuynsma, Alexis Column 1389
The kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kern 521
The lure of neuroscience nursing. Keer-Keer, Trudy Editorial 858
Thefts of Oxynorm lead to deregistration. 428
Walker an inspiration to Maori and Pakeha nurses. Perales, Elizabeth Letter to the editor 297
What the ministry of health is doing. Brief article 313
Women's health: celebrating new college. Farbeh-Tabrizi, Meegan; Lamb, Jill Conference news 450
Writing guidelines: guidelines for writing articles for Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. 660

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