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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (November 1, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
'Short-sighted' attitude to ATs. Rebergen, Susan Letter to the editor 163
'There is nothing easy about progressive illness'. Sherrard, Isabelle Letter to the editor 408
Aged care: Nurses dealing with loneliness. Johnson-Bogaerts, Hilda Report 551
Aged care: Oceania deal ratified. Report 250
Aged-care Lessons from the Netherlands: A study tour to the Netherlands this year proved both enlightening and affirming for 10 New Zealand health professionals. Manchester, Anne Report 1731
Are aged-care facilities ready to deliver palliative care? With more New Zealanders spending their last days in aged-care facilities, the need to improve palliative care skills and knowledge among clinical staff, particularly in provincial areas, is clear. Rodgers, Vivien Report 912
Call it 'nursing-home care'. Richards, Bridget Personal account 795
Cancer nursing: Lessons from Auckland. Warren, Judy Report 439
Candidates for by-election. Report 745
Caregiving requires a loving heart: Caregiving is demanding work, but has taught one caregiver a good deal. O'Connor, Teresa Report 734
DHBs: Pay equity planning underway. Report 523
Domestic violence victims. Goodwin, Jim Letter to the editor 109
Essays offer insights into anxiety. Report 322
Filling gaps in the industrial team. Brief article 130
Financial advice on offer. Grauman, Owen Letter to the editor 198
Finding the kindness by seeing the human being. Appleby, Catherine Letter to the editor 389
Flight nurses: Training moves outdoors. Fuller, Diane; Irvine-Fynn, Tamsin Report 590
Focus on essential services. Panikkamannil, Jacob Letter to the editor 271
Getting aged-care staffing right: Aged care is in crisis. Mandatory minimum staffing levels will be part of the solution. Wait, David Report 853
Helping across borders: Last month's South Pacific Nurses Forum in the Cook Islands stressed the importance of cross-border health learning. Brookes, Grant Conference news 774
Holograms enhance student learning: Two augmented reality apps, being trialled at Otago Polytechnic, may redefine how students learn and interact with their environment. Collins, Emma; Ditzel, Liz 690
it's cool to korero. 219
Lengthy process not a 'failure' nor a 'waste': Responding to Sam Mojel, NZNO's lead negotiator describes a complex process, restricted by law. Harry, Lesley Report 540
Many northern region hospital facilities 'not fit for purpose'. Report 711
Neonatal nurses: Symposium explores synergy ideas. Barwick, Helen Brief article 175
New chief nurse to start early next year. Report 473
Nurse teams to reduce pressure injuries. Report 347
Nurses graduate from global leadership programme. Report 314
Nurses speak out at Waitangi inquiry. 718
Nursing during the influenza epidemic: It's time we honoured the 35 nurses who died during the influenza epidemic in New Zealand. Bruere, Robert Report 785
NZNO and NZ Blood Service in mediation. Brief article 163
NZNO euthanasia research next year? Brief article 164
NZNO seeks MECA reviewer. Brief article 273
Passionate about aged care. Ritchie, Lorraine Report 860
People's choice award winners. Brief article 118
PHC college applies to join federation. Brief article 121
Plans for DHB nurse recruitment approved. Report 584
Preparing students for aged care. Davenport, Faye Report 2447
Primary health care: Family Planning campaign underway. Report 150
Primary health care: NZNO unhappy with Plunket response. Report 320
RN turnover in aged care at 38 per cent before exodus. Report 628
Stomal therapy: New Zealand training developing. Laurie, Bronwyn Report 281
Supporting family carers of people with dementia. Malthus, Katie; Tranter, Siobhan 2257
Supporting nurses in gerontology: A nursing initiative to support the aged-care workforce is helping develop gerontology nurse leaders with the skills to make a real difference to the culture of the sector. Haldane, Rachael Report 1198
Supporting nurses through tough times: NZNO's retiring competency adviser reflects on supporting nurses who are facing issues about their competence. O'Connor, Teresa Report 1567
Technicians and nurturers. Gillingham, Marlene 372
The kaiwhakahaere comments. Nuku, Kerri Letter to the editor 542
Warning about alcohol. Brief article 149
When medicines cause harm. Casey, Georgina Report 3063
Yes, it was all about the money: Looking back at the district health board negotiations, a long-time NZNO activist wanted more militancy and more money. Mojel, Sam Report 791

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