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Empathy Huddles: Cultivating a Culture of Empathy. Turner, Kevin; Locke, Angela; Jones, Tina; Carpenter, Jacque Report Jun 1, 2019 1757
Planning the End of Life. Ulrich, Beth Column Nov 1, 2018 715
Development of an Epilepsy Nursing Communication Tool: Improving the Quality of Interactions Between Nurses and Patients With Seizures. Buelow, Janice; Miller, Wendy; Fishman, Jesse Report Apr 1, 2018 3621
Medical-Surgical Nurses Are Integral to End-of-Life Care. Yoder, Linda Column Jan 1, 2018 971
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 Sep 1, 2017 2590
Starting the conversation. Giroux, Jan Editorial Jan 1, 2015 1306
Patient asked me about will. Brief article Oct 1, 2014 116
Nurses supporting life-partners conversations about end-of-life care wishes: a literature review for guidelines. Rabbetts, Lyn Sep 1, 2014 3508
Nurse-parent interaction to promote healthy weight gain. Abstract Jan 1, 2014 230
A qualitative study on perceptions of changes reported by caregivers of patients in vegetative state and minimally conscious state: the "time gap experience". Covelli, Venusia; Cerniauskaite, Milda; Leonardi, Matilde; Sattin, Davide; Raggi, Alberto; Giovannet Report Jan 1, 2014 7395
Helping decrease asthma rates in the Kaipara: making good connections with people and winning their trust are the keys to bringing about positive health changes, says one asthma nurse. Manchester, Anne Dec 1, 2013 1687
Nurses' role in safety and quality. O'Malley, Jane Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2013 2199
A glimpse from the other side: a nursing lecturer finds herself being nursed by her former students and is impressed by their competence. Seccombe, Judy Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2013 863
Using darkness to improve practice: a nursing student describes a simple way she discovered to make cervical smear-taking more culturally acceptable to Maori and Pacific women. Pene, Maureen Viewpoint essay Dec 1, 2013 879
'Trusted for our skin colour' in Kolkata's rural slums: volunteer work in India brings culture shock, challenges and confidence. Hardegger, Jessica Essay Dec 1, 2013 994
Working with spinal patients in Samoa: a Christchurch nurse helps improve care for spinal-injured Samoans, in villages with very basic facilities. Lippiart, Marian Essay Dec 1, 2013 1013
How can we motivate patients to change? Walter, Miriam Dec 1, 2013 2985
Debate: a uniform issue. Nov 1, 2013 915
Communication--making the human connection. Giroux, Jan Editorial Nov 1, 2013 617
Teach-back for quality education and patient safety. Tamura-Lis, Winifred Report Nov 1, 2013 3844
Mission possible: Creating a culture of civility. Priest, Susanne Sep 22, 2013 1443
In the lair of the Facist Beast ... and a small serving of semantics on the side. Cottingham, Chris Jun 1, 2013 920
The other side of the needle. Ulrich, Beth Editorial Sep 1, 2012 698
We can do better: with patient-centered care. Payne, Glenda M. Column Sep 1, 2012 895
Acceptability of motivational interviewing among hemodialysis clinic staff: a pilot study. Cronk, Nikole J.; Russell, Cynthia L.; Knowles, Norma; Matteson, Michelle; Peace, Leanne; Ponferrada Report Sep 1, 2012 4393
Let's talk about sexual function and sexuality. Ulrich, Beth Editorial Jul 1, 2012 641
Lived experiences of patients on hemodialysis: a meta-synthesis. Bayhakki; Hatthakit, Urai Report Jul 1, 2012 6581
Who's afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? Mental health for general HIV nurses. Watson, Shaun Report Mar 22, 2012 2329
We can do better: with patient safety. Payne, Glenda M. Column Mar 1, 2012 786
Creating patient-nurse Synergy on a medical-surgical unit. Carter, Kimberly F.; Burnette, Hilda D. Report Sep 1, 2011 2281
Chemo world: surviving the cancer unit. Tisdale, Sallie Jun 1, 2007 8581
How to solve problems in the aged-care sector: with growing numbers of nurses moving from the aged-care to the public sector, attracted by increased pay rates, problems in aged care are increasing. Resolving them will require a concerted effort by NZNO and all members in the sector. Cain, Margaret Aug 1, 2005 905
Common complications of enteral feedings. Blaylock, Barbara Jan 1, 1994 1644

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