International Women’s Day: stopping violence against women and nurses

Tackling violence against both the women that nurses care for and nurses themselves is the focus of a blog to mark International Women's Day by NZNO domestic violence spokeswoman Carol Beaumont.

ED’s letter: The “triple impact” of nursing on global health and wealth

Our international nursing theme edition will arrive in your letterbox or on your tearoom table soon after the launch of the global nursing initiative Nursing Now. While this edition of Nursing Review focuses on Kiwi nurses...

Globalised nursing and poaching: lessons for all

Dr Mark Jones discusses the implications for global health of wealthy countries ‘poaching’ nurses from poorer countries.

Unheralded First World War hospital heroes recognised

The forgotten efforts of a group of Kiwi nurses and other volunteers in founding hospitals in Belgium and Egypt during the First World War are remembered in this Wanganui Chronicle article.

New graduate nursing: the year of ‘rising’

From rising her preceptor's eyebrows to rising to the occasion - new graduate nurse Aimee Lowe shared her 'year of rising' in a recent speech at her NETP class graduation.

Nurses’ unique perspectives on end-of-life choices must be heard

Nurse and cancer survivor Taumihau Teremoana calls on fellow nurses to make their voices heard in the assisted dying debate and make a submission on the End of Life Choice Bill.

Nursing hero in blue on and off duty

King Country-based nurse Carol Roger's usual commute to work recently saw her call on all her nursing experience as she came across a heart-breaking scene. Amy Mackay of Waikato District Health Board shares the story.

Health inequity: a tale of two neighbourhoods

SONIA HAWKINS explores health equity by looking at two neighbourhoods recently named the most deprived and the most advantaged in the country.

Creating a village

Caring for a child with complex needs is a 24/7 job for families. Nurse CHRIS MOIR is a respite volunteer for one such family.

ED’s letter: Spring inspiration

This spring I was lucky enough to go to two conferences that gave me the spark I needed after a long, wet winter.

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Sponsored: Practising in Prison – what’s it like to nurse behind...

It’s not often you get to screen a patient for diabetes then have a heart-to-heart about why at, the age of 20, they are in prison… But that’s just a run-of-the-mill appointment for a Corrections nurse, says Sarah Nabizada, the clinical team leader at Mt Eden Corrections Facility (MECF).