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

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Title Author Type Words
'It's got to be different'--Kerri Nuku. Brief article 261
'Ordinary' people can be change-makers. 383
'Why don't they get it?'. 498
A career dedicated to prison nursing: prison nurses constantly strive for excellence, but the growing demand for services, along with fiscal constraints, mean delivering this service can be challenging. Biczo, Rozalia 792
A hikoi for more health funding. Brief article 103
Aged care: boosting en pay rates. 398
Balancing risk-taking and pubic safety in mental health: legislative requirements in mental health settings can pose challenges for nurses in building therapeutic relationships with clients in crisis. Hare, Rosana 3061
Bold changes needed for tupapaku. Report 314
Building a career in mental health: a new graduate, who has been well supported in mental health, is making her career in the specialty. O'Connor, Teresa Interview 929
Cancer nursing: evolving cancer care. Drumm, Felicity 344
Clown doctors mark eight years. Brief article 232
Dealing with addiction. Casey, Georgina Report 3259
DHBs: negotiations making progress. 384
DHBs: opposition to Buller proposal. 416
ED targets put patients at risk. 340
Feeling at home in forensic mental health: working in an all-female prison offers challenges, as well as opportunities, as one nurse helps turn around some chaotic lives. Burns, Bernie 1700
Former matron loves her journal. Brief article 171
Frances Hughes resigns. 222
GP proposes new nurse model. Brief article 318
Health equity journey just beginning. 421
Health policies: comparing what the parties say with NZNO's priorities. Head, Marilyn; Stodart, Kathy 4097
Helping families with mental illness. Brief article 113
How to include spiritual care in nursing. Tyrrell, Elaine 642
ICN statement on workplace violence. Brief article 150
Improving care of the deteriorating patient: a new quality programme is taking a multi-pronged approach to improving care of the deteriorating patient. Forster, Rick; Pirret, Alison 880
Integrating mental health care. Hayes, Elle Plan 745
Justice system continues to fail Maori. Brief article 235
Lawless on secondment to CTU. Brief article 156
Lower Maori nurse pay rates concern UN. 432
Maori nurses call for change. Longmore, Mary 449
Maori-led solution to pay disparity needed. 364
Mental health: risk management explored. McMillan, Mary 354
Minister open to discuss pay parity. 327
Naylor returns to NZNO board of directors. Brief article 146
Negotiating partnerships in forensic mental health: a student nurse reflects on the challenges of establishing a negotiated partnership in a forensic mental health unit. van Schagen, Suyin 2590
New student leaders. Brief article 193
NZ could learn from UK patient safety approaches. Report 551
O'Sullivan inspires passion for nursing. Brief article 318
Pacific nursing: encouraging participation. Finau, Eseta 286
Pakeha nurses breach treaty and fail iwi. 451
Preparing for retirement: with baby-boomer mental health nurses edging ever closer to retirement, it's time a contingency plan was developed to retain their skills and knowledge. Murphy, Russell 775
Private hospitals: negotiations underway. Brief article 284
Protecting kawa whakaruruhau. 363
Rallying for equal pay. Brief article 268
Repairing a system in crisis: it's not just money that will improve New Zealanders' mental health and well-being. Mathews, Paul 709
Samuel leaves suddenly. Brief article 207
Scholarships for nurses. Andrews, Atene Brief article 198
Seeking asylum in mental health: the psychiatric hospitals of the past had many flaws, but the idea of 'asylum' is still valuable in mental health care. Doncliff, Brent 2978
Shouting out for health. Brief article 209
Specialist mental health unit opens. Brief article 161
Suicide numbers highest on record. Report 347
Supporting the 'squeezed middle' in health care. Brief article 281
The kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Editorial 536
UK trust uses Trendcare. Brief article 305
Vying to be on Nursing Council. Brief article 318
Why does child poverty matter? Why are decision-makers continuing to ignore the evidence that care in the first five years of a child's life is a lifelong investment? Gasquoine, Sue 701

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