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News bulletin 27 Novemberon 27 November
Welcome to the College of Nurses Aotearoa News Update.
No. 472, Wednesday 27 November 2019
Weekly news round-up of nursing and health information in New Zealand and internationally
A fresh cohort of Māori nursing graduates hopes to transform the industry, which has not seen a rise in Māori nurse numbers for 40 years.
A predicted global shortage of nurses by 2030 has sent some countries scrambling to fill the gaps early.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) welcomes "Learning from adverse events: Te ako I ngā pāpono kōaro", released by the Health ...
A "brutal attack" in which a doctor was allegedly punched in the face and nurses were shoved to the ground had a mother and her sick son fearing for their lives.
Mental Health Commissioner Kevin Allan today released a report finding a psychiatrist and a nurse in breach of the Code of Health and Disability Services Consumers’ Rights (the Code) for failing to maintain professional boundaries with their patient.
A registered nurse who used nearly $1000 worth of DHB taxi vouchers for personal use – including allegedly getting friends home on nights out – has been suspended for six months.
A study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found increasing rates of cancer in men and women under age 50 and suggested obesity may be a key factor. Researchers said public health programs are needed to address weight management in young adults.
Immediate action is needed to tackle climate change, an international nursing body has warned, after a report found that it will have lifelong effects on children's health.
"It is basically for the minister (David Clark) to see what is happening nationally out of the NZNO (New Zealand Nurses Organisation) Meca (Multi ...
Hospital specialists around the country say they're "suffering" and warn public hospitals have reached a tipping point.
This week is the World Health Organisation’s Antibiotic Resistance Awareness Week, and it’s a good opportunity to think about the impact of ‘super bugs’ on the health of New Zealand communities.
As the number of confirmed measles cases in Northland top 100, the region is contributing towards fighting the disease in Samoa that has so far claimed 22 lives.
The death toll from the measles epidemic in Samoa has reached 32 - up 10 cases from Saturday.
The new boss of the Suicide Prevention Office has a big job ahead of her: turning around New Zealand’s alarming suicide rate.
The annual Learning from adverse events report from the Health Quality & Safety Commission has been released.
Of the 916 reported cases of adverse events at district health boards and other health providers in the last year, only 58 involved Māori patients.
A Marlborough GP says the prescription of medicinal cannabis could be premature.
The Medicinal Cannabis Scheme is expected to be operational at the beginning of next year, enabling the commercial cultivation and manufacture of medicinal cannabis in New Zealand.
PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
A new healthcare model, which will retain existing provision and add a walk-in GP service at Hāwera hospital to ease pressure on services, has been set out for South Taranaki residents.
There are 50,000 working households living in poverty in New Zealand, new research shows.
An extensive recruitment campaign to entice specialist doctors from overseas could help ease the burden on the country's senior doctors, the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS) says.
'Fuzzy logic' alarm system may help NICU nurses predict catheter infusion ... Care, official journal of the National Association of Neonatal Nurses.
A virtual hospital visitor is being used to confront nursing students to help them deal with real cases of abuse and violence in the workplace.
Religious hospitals and aged care providers will be able to refuse to employ people on the basis of their religion, under a change to the Morrison government's proposed religious discrimination bill.
New proposed legislation would let nurses determine nurse-to-patient ratios at New Jersey hospitals, according to local news source NJ Spotlight.
Bill A-5954 — introduced Nov. 18 by New Jersey Republican Assemblymember Nancy Munoz, RN — proposes having nurse-led committees determine nurse staffing levels for their hospital as part of the facility's licensing conditions. Committees made of at least 55 percent nurses would consider nurse experience, technological advances, patient needs and facility layout. Hospitals would have to file the staffing plan with the state department of health.
ARTICLES OF INTEREST
Nurses frequently treat patients who use or are considering using cannabis as a medicine.
Finding and validating information can be challenging, but proper and timely research can inform clinical nursing practice.
This article is not freely available but may be accessed through databases and libraries to which readers have access. Alternatively SnIPS can provide it on a cost recoverable basis
Educating health professionals for cultural competence in emergency situations: A study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Slobodin, O, Clempert, N, Kula, Y, Cohen, O. J Adv Nurs. 2019; 00: 1– 7. https://doi.org/10.1111/jan.14245
The current study is aimed at developing a culturally informed education program to increase cultural competence in emergencies among healthcare students and to examine its effectiveness using a randomized controlled trial.
The following documents matching your alert criteria have been published.
- 21 Nov 2019 - Mental Health and Wellbeing Commission Bill
Public submissions are now being invited on this Bill
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