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Articles from Kai Tiaki: Nursing New Zealand (May 1, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
'Huge optimism' for the future of NPs. Report 391
Aged care: Funding review report due. 372
Are NPs fulfilling the dream? Carryer, Jenny Editorial 781
Becoming a delegate: Being an NZNO delegate is an important, rewarding and essential role. Mulrine, Lynley Report 779
Child and youth: Aligning with the strategy. Sanders, Olivia 283
Critical care: Focus on workforce resilience. Kirby, Steve Report 218
CTU 'hugely disappointed' on capital gains tax. Report 158
Disabled nurse study. Hughes, Margaret Letter to the editor 260
Donating organs and tissues. Oliver, Rebecca Report 426
GP costs still a barrier to care for adults. Report 348
Implications of MERAS deal. Report 298
it's cool to korero. Report 228
Kai Tiaki in hall of fame. 101
Looking back on 40 years. Manchester, Anne Interview 2153
Many barriers to NP practice removed, says minister. Report 305
Maori nurse practitioners 'need support'. Longmore, Mary Report 717
Maori nurse practitioners on the rise. Report 376
Memorial fund applications. Williams, Helen Letter to the editor 126
More timely assessment and treatment: Client advocacy and challenging stigma are priorities for an NP working in mental health and addiction. Manchester, Anne Cover story 1341
Networking important benefit of conference: The recent Council of Trade Unions' organising conference was attended by more than 200 union staff and delegates from around the country. O'Connor, Teresa Conference news 636
New organisers start work. Report 143
NP helps develop 'Pepi Splint'. Report 215
NSAIDs: risks and benefits. Casey, Georgina Report 3593
Nurse practitioners urged to use their voices. Longmore, Mary; Williams, Diane; Lamb, Jill; Halligan, Sandie Report 631
Nurse practitioners--the slow climb to acceptance: From new graduate to owning a nurse-led clinic has been one nurse practitioner's journey. O'Connor, Teresa Report 1527
NZNO responds to reform proposals. Report 437
NZNO's medico-legal team--what are its responsibilities? NZNO has a seven-strong legal team, five of whom work in the medico-legal area and two in the employment arena. Rademacher, Kiri Report 1554
One in five nurses experience bullying. Report 376
Perioperative team 'omitted'. Walsh, Kristin Letter to the editor 302
Petition calls for release of MECA review findings. Report 588
Petition launched to support president. Conference news 882
Praise for April issue. Sherrard, Isabelle Letter to the editor 284
Primary health care: Plunket negotiations begin. Report 176
Prison nurses' bargaining to begin. Report 129
Private hospitals: Bargaining underway. Report 224
Rural nursing: Simulation aids practice. Reid, Tracey Report 475
Safe staffing accord making 'significant progress'. Report 507
Search for Red Cross nurse continues. Report 302
Sixty per cent of extra nurses already recruited. Report 284
The gift of new life: A bilateral lung transplant in September last year has given a nurse a future she feared she might have lost. Ng-Thomson, Amy Report 1266
The president comments. Brookes Letter to the editor 522
Tribute paid to trauma nurse coordinator. Davie, Wendy Letter to the editor 314
Trying to make sense of the unthinkable: How can those involved in responding to the terror attacks of March 15 make sense of what happened? Richardson, Sandra Report 1797
UN help sought. Report 140
West Coast NPs find their feet: It's been a full-on first year for two new nurse practitioners setting up their roles on the West Coast. Stodart, Kathy Report 1588
Whanau is everything for masters graduates. Report 373
WITT to adopt Ara curricula. Report 245
Working within your scope of practice: Nurses need to understand the implications of conditions on their annual practising certificates. Blair, Wendy; Rolls, Suzanne Report 782
writing guidelines: Guidelines for writing articles for Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand. Report 659

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