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Nursing New Zealand: International Nurses’ Day: 12 May.(Brief article)

International Nurses’ Day: 12 May.(Brief article) “Caring for nurses and midwives–NZNO is the only New Zealand nursing organisation affiliated to ICN. It proudly supports its nearly …

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nurses working in neonatal intensive care units must understand and respect parents’ expectations and needs if they are to help families to trust and participate in the care their infants receive.

Building trust with families in neonatal intensive care units: nurses working in neonatal intensive care units must understand and respect parents’ expectations and needs if they are to help families to trust and participate in the care their infants receive. Manning, Juliet One of my favourite sayings, which I use when my son, daughter or […]

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Nurses in emergency departments face many pressures, including how to give those who present with mental health issues the best possible care. There are some developments aimed at helping ED nurses achieve this goal.(Enrolled Nurses)

Assisting emergency nurses to offer the best care to those with mental health problems: Nurses in emergency departments face many pressures, including how to give those who present with mental health issues the best possible care. There are some developments aimed at helping ED nurses achieve this goal.(Enrolled Nurses) Thompson, Charlotte Emergency departments (EDs) in […]

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Eight nurses appointed to disciplinary tribunal.(News And Events)(Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act)

Eight nurses appointed to disciplinary tribunal.(News And Events)(Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act) Eight nurses have been appointed to the Health Practitioners’ Disciplinary Tribunal (HPDT). The Tribunal has been established under the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act (HPCA). It is chaired by medical law specialist David Collins QC, who said the panel of eight nurses was […]

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this month, the local Te Henga nursing group tackles the issue of scepticism versus cynicism and ponders which quality is more prevalent in the nursing profession.

Living is easy with your eyes closed: this month, the local Te Henga nursing group tackles the issue of scepticism versus cynicism and ponders which quality is more prevalent in the nursing profession. Cottingham, Chris The Te Henga Section of the Marxist Nurses” Union is currently hosting a series of educational and uplifting evenings. Last […]

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developing and equipping nurse leaders is vital if quality health services and good patient health outcomes are to be achieved and maintained.

Advancing nursing leadership: developing and equipping nurse leaders is vital if quality health services and good patient health outcomes are to be achieved and maintained. Brophy, Sarah International research shows a positive correlation between the advanced nursing role and quality patient health outcomes. (1,2) However, achieving this is an on-going challenge for nurse leaders faced […]

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Infection control nurses criticise photo.(LETTERS)(Letter to the Editor)

Infection control nurses criticise photo.(LETTERS)(Letter to the Editor) Barnett, Jane; Taylor, Michelle; Armstrong, Karen; Richardson, Sandra We found the article on norovirus in last month’s edition of Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand (p1214), written by Christchurch Hospital nurse researcher Sandra Richardson, useful as an update for staff who may have to deal with this infection […]