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Issue 20 Library e-newsletter - 31 May 2018

Books

Available for issue for 4 weeks to current NZNO members. Please provide your address so the books can be couriered to you.
 

1. Mindset: How you can fulfil your potential
Dr Carol S. Dweck
Dr Dweck, a world-renowned Stanford University psychologist explains why it’s not just our abilities and talent that bring us success, but whether we approach our goals with a fixed or growth mindset.

2. In sheep’s clothing: Understanding and dealing with manipulative people
George Simon, Jr., PhD
A co-worker may quietly undermine your efforts while professing to be helpful, or your boss may prey on your weaknesses. In this book you will discover 12 tools for personal empowerment to help you maintain greater strength in all relationships.

3. Spirituality, Health and Healing
Caroline Young and Cyndie Koopsen
This book offers health care professionals and individual caregivers the guidelines and tools necessary to provide compassionate spiritual care to their clients and patients.

Articles – AlterNative Journal, March 2018
 

4. A consultation journey: developing a Kaupapa Māori research methodology to explore Māori whānau experiences of harm and loss around birth.
Kendall Stevenson. First Published November 27, 2017; pp. 54–62
AlterNative, An international Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2018
Abstract
: This article describes my journey to develop a Kaupapa Māori methodology appropriate for exploring whānau (families) experiences following the harm or loss of their infant around birth.

5. Pasifika Youth Empowerment Programme: a potential public health approach in tackling obesity-health related issues.
Ridvan Tupai-Firestone, Anna Matheson, Danielle Prapavessis, Mischa Hamara, Keawe‘aimoku Kaholokula, Hana Tuisano, Gertrude Tevita, Jeremy Henderson, Max Schleser, Lis Ellison-Loschmann Lis Ellison-Loschmann, First Published December 15, 2017; pp. 63–72
AlterNative, An international Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2018
Abstract
: The aim of this study was to pilot the Pasifika Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP), which consisted of five interactive learning modules, among 15 Pasifika youth (18–24 years) from Wellington, New Zealand

6. Co-designing an mHealth tool in the New Zealand Māori community with a “Kaupapa Māori” approach
Lisa Te Morenga, Lisa Te Morenga, Crystal Pekepo, Callie Corrigan, Leonie Matoe, Rangimarie Mules, Janelle Dymus, Megan Tunks, Jacqui Grey, Gayl Humphrey, Andrew Jull, Robyn Whittaker, Marjolein Verbiest, Ridvan Firestone, Cliona Ni Mhurchu. Cliona Ni Mhurchu.
First Published January 23, 2018; pp. 90–99
AlterNative, An international Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2018

Abstract: Obesity rates in Aotearoa/New Zealand continue to rise, and there is an urgent need for effective interventions. We describe the integration of co-design and kaupapa Māori research approaches to design a mobile-phone delivered (mHealth) healthy lifestyle app that supports the health aspirations of Māori communities


Articles -

International Journal of Nursing Practice, February 2018


7. Lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people's experiences of nursing health care: An emancipatory nursing practice integrative review.
Mercy Nhamo‐Murire, Catriona Ida Macleod First Published: 24 October 2017
International Journal of Nursing Practice, Volume 24, Issue 1, February 2018
Aim
: To review current research on lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals' experience of nursing services from an emancipatory nursing practice framework.

8. Concept analysis of cancer survivorship and contributions to oncological nursing
Rafaela Azevedo Abrantes de Oliveira, Vander Monteiro da Conceição, Márcia Maria Fontão Zago First Published: 30 October 2017
International Journal of Nursing Practice, Volume 24, Issue 1, February 2018
Abstract
: This study aims to analyse the concept of cancer survivorship using Rodgers' evolutionary concept analysis model.

9. Factors contributing to managerial competence of first‐line nurse managers: A systematic review Joko Gunawan, Yupin Aungsuroch, Mary L. Fisher
First Published: 16 November 2017
International Journal of Nursing Practice, Volume 24, Issue 1, February 2018
Abstract
: Understanding factors affecting managerial competence of nurse managers remains important to increase the performance of organizations; however, there is sparse research examining factors that influence managerial competence of first‐line nurse managers.

10.  Holistic health care: Patients' experiences of health care provided by an Advanced Practice Nurse
Irene Eriksson, Monica Lindblad, Ulrika Möller, Catharina Gillsjö
First Published: 25 October 2017
International Journal of Nursing Practice, Volume 24, Issue 1, February 2018
Abstract
: Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) is a fairly new role in the Swedish health care system. Aim: To describe patients' experiences of health care provided by an APN in primary health care.

Articles – Ethics
 

11. New codes of ethics for nurses and midwives
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, Vol. 25, No. 9, Apr 2018: 12
Abstract
: International codes of ethics have come into effect for Australian nurses and midwives

12. The Ethics of Using Complementary Medicine in Pediatric Oncology Trials: Reconciling Challenges.
Porter, Amy S.; Kodish, Eric.
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics. Spring 2018, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p64-71. 8p
Abstract
: Medication reconciliation for pediatric oncology patientparticipants enrolled in clinical trials often reveals the use of chemical complementary medicine alongside protocol therapeutic agents. Considering the blurry delineation between clinical ethics and research ethics, this paper demonstrates how complementary medicine-related protocol violations introduce ethical questions of who should be included and excluded from clinical trials and offers recommendations on how to manage physician-patient-family interactions around these challenging issues.

13. Nursing, ethics and the meaning of life
Johnstone, Megan-Jane.
Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal. Feb 2018, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p26-26. 1p.
Abstract
: The article discusses ethical responsibilities of nurses to aged care residents with regard to the latter's perception of the meaning and purpose of their life. Topics explored include the need to improve the quality of life of aged care residents, factors which tend to influence meaning of one's life, and how the attitudes of nurses toward these residents may influence their wellbeing.

Journal - Table of Contents

Canadian Nurse, March/April 2018, Vol. 114 No.2
 

14A. From the CEO: Transformation at CNA House
14B. President’s message: #Stronger Together
14C. Your kudos, your concerns
14D. News: Report on prescription drug insurance shows gap in enrolment
14E. News: To achieve more recognition, investment and influence for nurses
14F. News: New research offers insight into professional development
14G. News: 2017 Dorothy Wylie projects
14H. News: Synthesising- A safer smallpox vaccine; Antibiotic resistance a global problem; Shedding light on why our cells store fat; Higher social services spending, healthier population; Oil from fish rather than flaxseed better for cancer prevention; Multi-gene test a better predictor of early heart disease risk
14I. Perspectives/Calculations: May is Melanoma Awareness Month
14J. Bringing craft knowledge to the surface [Anne Marie Rafferty – Emerging health-care trends and what must happen for nurses to get ahead of the care curve]
14K. Improving accuracy in calculating estimated blood loss [Perioperative nurses partner with a software engineer to create an EBL calculator program]
14L. Vulnerability, uncertainty and hope intertwined. [On the other side of the gurney, Cathy Graham has no idea what to expect during chemotherapy treatment]
14M. At the forefront of resuscitation science [Clinician, educator and scientist Matthew Douma is one of only a few nurse leaders in his field]
14N. Whose truth are we talking about? [Alika Lafontaine says the starting point for health-system change is the willingness to question our assumptions]

RCN Publications

15. Nursing staff using personal mobile phones for work purposes
This updated publication focuses on the RCN's position on nursing staff using their own mobile phone for work-related purposes, drawing attention to issues such as: employer's policy; security and confidentiality of patient information; staff safety; and cost implications.
https://www.rcn.org.uk/professional-development/publications/pub-005705

16. Guide to blogging
This guide is for RCN members who would like to write an informal piece about something affecting nursing or their specialty through the RCN’s blog pages. It gives clear instruction on how to start a blog, what to include and how to get it published online.
https://www.rcn.org.uk/professional-development/publications/pdf-006693

17. Every Nurse an E-nurse: Insights from a consultation on the digital future of nursing
This publication presents the detailed findings of a consultation, led by the RCN, into the digital future of nursing. The consultation took place over January and February 2018. The consultation explored 1) ideas for a shared vision of a digitally enabled health and social care service 2) the barriers and enablers to the vision becoming a reality and 3) examples of how data, information, knowledge and technology are already bringing that vision to life.
https://www.rcn.org.uk/professional-development/publications/pdf-007013

18. Improving Digital Literacy
The effective use of information and digital technologies is a key enabler in delivering health and social care now and in the future. The impact of technology and the potential that it has to transform care is a professional issue touching on care delivery, practice, education and research. Developed by Health Education England and the RCN, the publication outlines why digital capabilities are so important in the provision of the best care; why the right digital knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes are important and relevant to each and all of us working in health and care; and what those digital capabilities are.
https://www.rcn.org.uk/professional-development/publications/pub-006129

19. 2018 Australasian ethics network (AEN) conference
Theme
: Bridging the Barriers - Understanding Misconceptions
Date: 26-28 September 2018
Venue: Rydges Hotel, Townsville, Australia
More information: http://aen2018.org.au/
To register: https://arms.eventsair.com/aen2018/registration/Site/Register

20. New Zealand Association of Gerontology 2018 Conference: The mosaic of ageing
Date
: Thursday 6th to Saturday 8th September
Venue: Ellerslie Event Centre,
More information: http://gerontology.org.nz/newsevents/2018-nzag-conference/

News - National
 

21. Māori, Pasifika and South Asians at greater risk of cardiovascular disease – study
Radio New Zealand - 12:55 pm on 5 May 2018
New Zealand researchers have found a much more effective way to calculate heart attack and stroke risk in this country.
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/national/356706/maori-pasifika-and-south-asians-at-greater-risk-of-cardiovascular-disease-study

22. Crucial that 'Māori are central' to health review
Radio New Zealand - 8:21 am today
Health Minister David Clark announced the broad review into health care yesterday saying complexities in the current system were getting in the way of people accessing the care they need. The review aims to identify who is missing out in the health system and how it can be fixed. "We know our Māori and Pacific peoples have worse health outcomes and shorter lives. That is something we simply cannot accept.
https://www.radionz.co.nz/news/political/358502/crucial-that-maori-are-central-to-health-review

23. H2 takes on health: Government announces huge review of health system
The Government has announced a huge review of New Zealand's health system. They are bringing out the big guns - Heather Simpson, former prime minister Helen Clark's second-in-command, also known as H2 - will chair the review. The review will look at almost everything relating to the health system. It will look at the country's 20 District Health Boards (DHBs), which encompass most of the day-to-day health system. DHBs are in charge of health services in their district - that is, primary care like doctor clinics, hospitals, aged care, public health and NGO providers.
http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/politics/2018/05/h2-takes-on-health-government-announces-huge-review-of-health-system.html

News – International
 

24. One doctor group beats all in raking in Big Pharma cash to fund events
Sydney Morning Herald – 30 May 2018
Doctor groups have long been warned against accepting drug company sponsorship in case they are influenced, but a Fairfax Media analysis has found one particular organisation is aggressively seeking financial support, collecting close to $1 million in six months. The Haematology Society of Australia and New Zealand (HSANZ) and its sub-groups received $972,000 in 50 separate payments from 17 pharmaceutical companies, including Roche, Amgen and Novartis, between May and October last year.
https://www.smh.com.au/healthcare/one-doctor-group-beats-all-in-raking-in-big-pharma-cash-to-fund-events-20180518-p4zg3e.html

25. New vitamin supplement study finds they may do more harm than good
The Age – 30 May 2018
A new study out on Tuesday aimed to examine the benefits of vitamin and mineral supplements for prevention of heart disease, stroke and premature death (termed “all-cause mortality”). This found the most commonly studied ones had no effect, while some less common ones did have an effect. The review also found some supplements can be harmful.
https://www.theage.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellness/new-vitamin-supplement-study-finds-they-may-do-more-harm-than-good-20180529-p4zi9q.html

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