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Nurse reflects on COVID-19 experience: Waikato Regional Diabetes Service nurse Helen Ashton shares her reflections of the rahui. Ashton, Helen Jul 1, 2020 669
The central staffing office intensive care nurse residency program: a pilot program. Agosto, Paula; Cieplinski, Jean Anne; Monforto, Kathleen; Griffin, Michelle D.; Roberts, Kathryn E.; May 1, 2017 2358
Nurse cuts lead to agency staff blow out. Brief article Jul 1, 2015 267
Conceptual framework proposed to combat workplace bullying. Brief article May 1, 2015 126
Managing the 80/20 rule. Middaugh, Donna J. Mar 1, 2015 1188
TrendCare and CCDM users respond. Hunt, Ngaire Jul 1, 2014 1946
Nurse staffing is indeed a patient safety matter! Tzeng, Huey-Ming Nov 1, 2013 686
Generic management has changed practice. Brief article Jun 1, 2013 152
10-hour shifts. Kiejda, Judith Brief article May 1, 2013 101
Funding models critical to bridging disparity gap: a long-time Plunket leader reflects on what needs to happen to bring about long-lasting change for vulnerable children. O'Connor, Teresa Apr 1, 2013 1276
Time critical the evidence for decentralized workstations. Smith, Monica K. Column Jan 1, 2013 1873
Role of community health nurse in earthquake affected areas. Gulzar, Saleema Aziz; Faheem, Zahid Ali; Somani, Rozina Karim Report Oct 31, 2012 2156
Seeking new opportunities for district nursing services. Sep 1, 2012 518
Protecting public services and safe patient care: Assistant Secretary Judith Kiejda reported on the work with global and local organisations to protect public services, the ongoing implementation of ratios and preparations for the next pay and conditions campaign. Cover story Sep 1, 2012 378
Setting up a nurse-run pessary clinic: a nurse-run prolapse management clinic at Counties Manukau District Health Board is resulting in a better service for patients, and a better use of clinical and human resources. George, Joanna Aug 1, 2012 971
Improving screening rates. Lloyd, Leanne Aug 1, 2012 871
Management models--who gives an F? DHB CEOs are currently engaged in a raging philosophical debate over what is the best management model to adopt as a template for excellence. Cottingham, Chris Jul 1, 2012 761
Submissions made on prescribing and prison health services. Jun 1, 2012 401
Primary health care funding and utilization of nurses has to change. Jun 1, 2012 600
Models of care in outpatient cancer centers. Lee, Charlotte T.; Fitzgerald, Barbara; Downey, Sarah; Moore, Malcolm Report Mar 1, 2012 5829
Hei Nursing shows passion. Broughton, Yvonne Feb 1, 2012 944
Found pieces--news items of interest: the end of another profoundly satisfying year for our Profession seems an appropriate time to reflect on some publications which inspire us professionally and personally. Cottingham, Chris Dec 1, 2011 913
Health checks for the homeless: first-year nursing students at AUT, inspired by the vision of a fellow student, have been giving free health checks to some of Auckland's most vulnerable inhabitants. Manchester, Anne Dec 1, 2011 946
Attending to the needs of poor pregnant women in South Sudan: a Tauranga-based nurse and midwife has worked in south Sudan for a number of years, attending to pregnant women who had no other maternal care. Butt, Katie Interview Dec 1, 2011 1591
Bringing primary care to Papua New Guinea. Brief article Dec 1, 2011 292
What are the effects of care rationing? Work by the Safe Staffing Healthy Workplaces Unit reveals that care rationing is happening. Assisting district health boards to respond to it is the best way to contribute to quality patient care. McKelvie, Rhonda Dec 1, 2011 1092
Releasing Tupapaku under coronial care. Lucas, Mairi Sep 1, 2011 492
Valuing nurses leads to better patient care: what has happened to the notion of patient-centred care? One nurse's stay in hospital earlier this year showed few instances of real caring and empathy. Murdoch, Pip Viewpoint essay Aug 1, 2011 1483
An end in sight for nurse staffing nightmares: more hospitals are equipping staff with the right tools to simplify scheduling, improve morale and provide better patient care. Stimac, Robin Statistical data Apr 1, 2011 994
Home-based nursing service aims to reduce health inequalities: a nursing innovation based in Taupo is improving care for people with high needs and chronic conditions living in isolated rural areas. Dawson, Anna Apr 1, 2011 2081
ALD Excellence Award winner. Viewpoint essay Mar 1, 2011 2520
Introducing family-centred care in Binh Dinh province: an assignment to improve and develop nursing services in Viet Nam's Binh Dinh Province was a steep learning curve for one New Zealand nurse. Her legacy is safer care for neonates and nurses practising more holistically. Manchester, Anne Dec 1, 2010 1662
Competent nursing--more than the sum of its parts. Reed, Carolyn Editorial Jun 1, 2010 867
Coppin's nurse-operated clinics serve East and West Baltimore. Brief article Jan 1, 2010 203
Staff scheduling: when it comes to weighing in on which vendor to choose for hospital staffing solutions, nurses know best. Jan 1, 2010 594
Executive director's report. Nelson, Jane Sep 1, 2009 596
Agency nursing in Australia: life as they see it--members of AfPP write on issues that concern or interest them. Cipelletti, Luisa Aug 1, 2009 677
Good Samaritan Hospital achieves initial magnet status. May 1, 2009 480
Is your extended practice safe? The Nursing Council is to consult on the boundaries of extended practice. It is vital nurses working in extended roles or those wanting to do so, take part in this consultation. Cook, Pauline Mar 1, 2009 918
NNA Conference coordinator. Bondmass, Mary Conference news Nov 1, 2008 595
District 3 annual report. Drohobyczer, Martha Nov 1, 2008 585
District One report. Razor, Betty Nov 1, 2008 919
Avoid malpractice and protect your license: your Duty to Report vs. Self- Reporting to the Nursing Board. Singh, Tracy L. Nov 1, 2008 1209
ANF wants nurses back in school. Brief article Oct 1, 2008 133
The road to the summit: an invitation to build strategic partnerships no matter where you sit. Nickitas, Donna M. Editorial Sep 1, 2008 656
The California Nurse Mentor Project: every nurse deserves a mentor. Mills, Joyce F.; Mullins, Anna C. Sep 1, 2008 3854
The Magnet[R] view: pursuing ANCC magnet recognition as a system or individual organization. Pinkerton, SueEllen Sep 1, 2008 1006
Bylaw changes on agenda for 2008 HOD. Henderson, Linda Jul 1, 2008 452
Professional nurses: a precious and threatened resource. Myers, Carole R. Jun 22, 2008 1330
2008 Continuing Education Calendar--WNA CEAP approved. Calendar Jun 1, 2008 850
NNA--vice president's report. Singh, Tracy L. Brief article Nov 1, 2007 325
NNA treasurer's report: treasurer's report July 1, 2006 to June 30, 2007. Fontaine, Karen Brief article Nov 1, 2007 265
NNA district one report (Northwest Nevada) 2007. Razor, Beatrice Nov 1, 2007 883
District #3 annual report. Drohobyczer, Martha Nov 1, 2007 488
Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report. Nov 1, 2007 202
House Nursing Caucus. Nov 1, 2007 430
Health care in the church. Burdette-Taylor, Shelly R. Nov 1, 2007 650
The joys of a Parish Nurse. Quilici, Suzanne Nov 1, 2007 543
Faith community nursing. Bowes, Bobbeye; Conradt, Candace Nov 1, 2007 1213
The journey. Johnson, Marla Personal account Nov 1, 2007 1019
Nurse's role in reducing avoidable hospitalizations in home health. Edmonds, Cher Nov 1, 2007 686
President's message. Johnson, Pamela Nov 1, 2007 389
Medicare LTC payments to rise. Thomas, Trevor Brief article May 7, 2007 204
Nurses' perceptions of the impact of a renal nursing professional practice model on nursing outcomes, characteristics of practice environments and empowerment--Part II. Harwood, Lori; Ridley, Jane; Lawrence-Murphy, Julie Ann; White, Sharon; Spence-Laschinger, Heather K Apr 1, 2007 8156
With my sister as my business partner, I have twice the marketing power. Gross, Debra Brief article Feb 16, 2007 237
Inpatient nursing unit volume, length of stay, cost, and mortality. Rimar, Joan M.; Diers, Donna Nov 1, 2006 8900
The staff-working height and the designing-regulation height for patient beds as possible causes of patient falls. Tzeng, Huey-Ming; Yin, Chang-Yi Nov 1, 2006 3677
Aged-care petition launched. Brief article Oct 1, 2006 234
Hodgson rejects 'crisis' in health. May 1, 2006 567
Members can make pay parity happen: members can win pay parity in the primary health sector but they must continue to actively campaign and to encourage others and the public to support them. Payne-Harker, Cee May 1, 2006 906
Ten years' involvement with Te Runanga reviewed. Waitere, Rhoda May 1, 2006 466
Ownership of Clinical Practice. Grindel, Cecelia Dec 1, 2005 831
'Paging the school nurse!': school nurses in St. Louis, Missouri, juggle some very complex duties. Finally, their work is being recognized--in the form of better pay. Winans, Dave Oct 1, 2005 594
Former NZNO staffer in Parliament. Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 169
Latest documents for review. Baker, Chris Brief Article Oct 1, 2005 253
ICM Council--midwives from across the world united by their ideals and convictions: Kathy Herschderfer, ICM Secretary General, describes the work leading up to Council 2005, and the experience of seeing in action 'this incredible organisation'. Herschderfer, Kathy Sep 1, 2005 1045
Aged-care rally planned for downtown Auckland. Sep 1, 2005 571
President and chief executive to attend workforce forum in Berlin. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 263
Conference delivers clear pay parity message to minister. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 187
What's happening with the nursing innovations? Sep 1, 2005 1551
Historical aspects of peritoneal dialysis in Australia: useful lessons for current and future nursing practice. Campbell, Sandra; Bonner, Ann; Stewart, Glenn Clinical report Aug 1, 2005 4362
Practice nurses consider accreditation applications. May 1, 2005 183
The president comments ... O'Malley, Jane Mar 1, 2005 406
Modelling the partnership journey through PAUA. Te Pania, Te Auwe Mar 1, 2005 563
First PAUA progress report shows positive development. Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 292
Midwifery council develops policies: the inaugural Midwifery Council met late last year to debate the policies and processes under which it will operate. NZNO representatives were there. Trim, Susanne Feb 1, 2005 886
Reflecting on the year when NZNO members stood up and spoke out. O'Malley, Jane Editorial Dec 1, 2004 897
Global nursing shortages affect health outcomes. Dec 1, 2004 503
National MECA nears completion as Christmas approaches. Dec 1, 2004 499
Presssure mounts on Nursing Council re en title. Dec 1, 2004 429
Nursing Council decision on ENs creates difficulties for Pacific nations. Dec 1, 2004 586
Paua meets Nga Puhi; a hui between Nga Puhi representatives, the PAUA team, and NZNO staff and members marked the start of a new phase of the 12-month-old project. Manchester, Anne Dec 1, 2004 881
Working in the Falkland Islands--a reminder of how nursing used to be; thanks to an advertisement in Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand, a Tauranga nurse is finding unexpected satisfaction and a real sense of privilege working in the remote Falkland Islands. Webster, Jennifer Dec 1, 2004 1874
Rejuvenate your orientation to nursing education and practice. Dec 1, 2004 353
NZNO submission process questioned. Brief Article Dec 1, 2004 144
Has the time come for a possible primary health care MECA? As the industrial landscape for primary health care nurses changes, there is a growing call for NZNO to reconsider its bargaining strategies in the sector and work towards a possible MECA. Payne-Harker, Cee Dec 1, 2004 1006
Making my portfolio work for me. Blake, Jenni Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 293
Mature nurse chooses early retirement. Wooding, Jill Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 290
NZNO submission ideologically driven. Kimble, Peter Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 276
NZNO breaches members' trust. Pester, Bronwyn Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 307
Using our voices without authority. Meade, Kay Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 158
Input on moral issues required. Jones, Carol Nov 1, 2004 523
Community nurse sees history repeating. Smith, Carol Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 220
UCOL scores a New Zealand education first. Nov 1, 2004 670
NZNO continues to looby for increased staffing levels in aged care. Nov 1, 2004 341
End in sight for historic national pay deal. Nov 1, 2004 334
Helping workers achieve a work-life balance. Nov 1, 2004 386
Forums familiaris nurses with the HPCA Act: the advent of competency-based practising certificates is still causing concern among many nurses. The recent Nursing Council forums attempted to allay nurses' fears about the new requirements. Manchester, Anne Nov 1, 2004 918
Portfolios--a useful record of nursing knowledge and skills. Nov 1, 2004 301
A snapshot of Maori nurses' health and safety issues: a unique research study by a doctoral student has provided a fascinating snapshot of Maori nurses, their job satisfaction, their health and safety issues and their work life balance. Simon, Victoria Nov 1, 2004 2005
Nursing in prison--a primary health care role to be proud of: a good prison nurse needs to have a high level of self-knowledge, confidence in her or his practice and the ability to maintain safe boundaries. It's the ideal job for a nurse committed to primary health care. Manchester, Anne Nov 1, 2004 1627
The end of exemplars? Exemplar-writing will continue to be a useful professional activity, even though Nursing Council no longer requires nurses to record examples of their practice to demonstrate their competence. Jones, Shelley Nov 1, 2004 1012
Highlighting NZNO midwives' concerns: this year has been one of unprecedented consultation with NZNO's midwife members. These members have had some particular concerns around demonstrating continuing competence to practise and NZNO has been advocating on their behalf. Trim, Susanne Nov 1, 2004 853
Survey highlights caregivers' low pay and exploitation: a recent NZNO survey of caregiver pay rates reveals the extent of exploitation, unrealistic job expectations, short-staffing and lack of employer respect these vulnerable workers are subject to. Manchester, Anne Nov 1, 2004 1060
The rewards of working in a team. Geange, Gail Nov 1, 2004 307
Working towards a national hospice collective agreement. O'Connor, Teresa Nov 1, 2004 399
Caregivers address the health select committee. Nov 1, 2004 381
Publish or perish: the write thing for nursing. Smith, Alison P. Nov 1, 2004 1312
A spiral of change in Czech midwifery: turning full circle but one step higher: Zuzana Stromerova describes new legislation for midwives in the Czech Republic, the current challenges and an innovative educational course to help them fulfil their roles. Stromerova, Zuzana Nov 1, 2004 1483
Collaborative Primary Maternity Care Project. Brief Article Nov 1, 2004 188
The ICM's 27th Triennial International Congress: Brisbane, Australia, July 24-28, 2005; planning for the 2005 Brisbane Congress goes ahead in Australia but also in The Hague as ICM prepares for the associated meetings and workshops. Nov 1, 2004 729
NZNO's stand on enrolled nurses provokes outrage. Oct 1, 2004 928
'We had to find a way of standardizing care'. Oct 1, 2004 430
Accountability and fair pay. Johnson, Sue Oct 1, 2004 1424
District nurses discuss community innovations. McHugh, Trish Sep 1, 2004 553
NZNO position statement on RONs. Brief Article Sep 1, 2004 169
Nurse assistant title remains. Sep 1, 2004 833
Measuring on-the-job stress accurately. Caughley, Brian Sep 1, 2004 2480
Honouring Putiputi O'Brien at Te Runanga hui: Bay of Plenty/Tairawhiti hosts annual general hui. Jackson, Margaret Sep 1, 2004 970
Leading primary health care. Hansen, Chiquita Jul 1, 2004 886
Decisions on scopes of practice expected this month. Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 254
Surveying mental health nurses. Brief Article Jul 1, 2004 125
Pacific nursing programme at Whitireia Community Polytechnic well underway. Brief Article Jun 1, 2004 233
NZNO withdraws from Commonwealth Nurses' Federation. Manchester, Anne Brief Article May 1, 2004 107
Fiji wants to keep its nurses. Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 175
Working against poverty internationally and at home: the theme for International Nurses Day on May 12 is Nurses working with communities against poverty. The International Council of Nurses has outlined how nurses can work for change. At home, the Council of Trade Unions is looking at ways to tackle poverty. O'Connor, Teresa Apr 1, 2004 974
Filling health gaps in the Wairarapa: primary health care nurses are finding innovative ways of working together to meet the needs of the Masterton and Wairarapa communities. Manchester, Anne Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 2958
A diary of distress: heavy workloads, high stress and staff shortages are a dangerous combination. A high-performing nurse and respected NZNO delegate chronicles her slide into work burnout and underlines the importance of NZNO's current fair pay and safe staffing campaigns. Black, Janet Column Apr 1, 2004 2396
The challenges of being a negotiating team member: being on an NZNO negotiating team can be challenging, time consuming, tedious, frustrating, fascinating and rewarding. Alexander, Glenda Apr 1, 2004 984
Operating in recession mode. Huhtala, Sari Apr 1, 2004 600
HIPAA security in next: don't look now, but yet another set of HIPAA requirements is coming your way. What to do--and not do. Oatway, David Jan 1, 2004 1233
Maintaining oral health in the nursing facility: many residents these days maintain partial, if not full, dentition, and good oral care remains important. Girts, Karla Jan 1, 2004 1132
The courage to care for ourselves. (Editorial). Fetter, Marilyn S. Apr 1, 2002 1287
Financing Strategies for a Community Nursing Center. Swan, Beth Ann; Cotroneo, Margaret Jan 1, 1999 2767
A Cost Analysis of a Nursing Center's Services. Ervin, Naomi E.; Wen-Yin, Chang; White, Jeannette Nov 1, 1998 3452
Beverly McMaster, 43, president We Care Health Services Inc. McGuiness, Fred company profile Oct 1, 1990 201
Nursing service enjoys healthy growth. company profile Feb 1, 1990 568
School nurses: saving an endangered species. Whited, Frances; Starke, Thora Dec 1, 1989 1391

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