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Ventura-Madangeng, Judee - - 2009
Workplace violence toward nurses has increased during the last decade with serious consequences that may extend beyond individual nurses to an entire health care organisation. The variety of definitions of workplace violence experienced by registered nurses contribute to a lack of clarity about what it constitutes, which in turn jeopardizes ...
Richardson, Sandra - - 2009
Cultural safety is a concept that emerged within the New Zealand nursing context. The purpose is to ensure that nursing practice is congruent with the aims and objectives of the Treaty of Waitangi (the founding document between Maori and the Crown) and so facilitates the nursing of patients regardful of ...
McDonald, Stuart - - 2009
The first year of practice is usually a challenging time for nursing graduates. In New Zealand most undertake a Nursing Entry to Practice (NETP) programme aimed at socialising them into their new role and work environment. Some of these programmes now have embedded postgraduate courses. This means that graduates undertake ...
Harding, Thomas - - 2009
This article reports on one aspect of a larger study, which used qualitative methods to critically explore the social construction of men as nurses. It draws upon literature pertaining to gender and nursing, and interviews with 18 New Zealand men to describe the factors underpinning decisions to turn away from ...
Wilson, Denise - - 2009
Crerar, Lorelei - - 2009
Cornwall, Sharon - - 2009
Reeves, Michael - - 2009
Flannery, Maura - - 2009
Leonard, Bill - - 2009
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Bliss, Rosalie - - 2009
Perry, Ann - - 2009
Mirvis, Stuart - - 2009
Rajiah, Prabhakar - - 2009
Makariou, Erini - - 2009
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