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Issue 30 Library e-newsletter 11 September 2019


Efficacy and effectiveness: Duration of immunity provided by vaccines
https://www.immune.org.nz/vaccines/efficiency-effectiveness


Books – Recently added to the NZNO library collection

These books are available for loan for a period of 4 weeks
We courier them out to you so please provide a physical address

1. Have your say: Influencing public policy in New Zealand
Frances Hughes & Stephanie Calder
Published 2007
This is a straightforward guide for New Zealanders who want to understand how the public policy process works and how they can engage in it.

2. Hopes dashed?: The economics of gender equality
Prue Hyman
BWB Texts, 2017
Has the promise of equality been fulfilled in the labour market? Is unpaid domestic work being given the recognition it deserves? Hyman surveys the mixed record of the past two decades, revealing that the work of feminism is not over yet.

3. Nursing older people: issues and innovations
Rhonda Nay & Sally Garratt
Published 1999
this book focuses on the challenges that nurses raise as essential in the provision of expert and appropriate aged care. It includes specific practie issues such as sexuality, restraint, medication and palliation.

4. The primacy of caring: Stress and coping in health and illness
Patricia Benner & Judith Wrubel
Published 1989
Like patricia’s earlier work, From novice to expert, this book is enriched by many clinical exemplars from expert nurses whose caring made a critical difference for their patients and their families. This book offers a totally new view of stress, coping and caring

Articles – Cultural Sensitivity/Competence
 

5. Culturally competent healthcare – A scoping review of strategies implemented in healthcare organizations and a model of culturally competent healthcare provision
Handtke, Oriana; Schilgen, Benjamin & Mösko, Mike.
PLoS One,14, Iss. 7,  (Jul 2019): e0219971
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Culturally and linguistically diverse patients access healthcare services less than the host populations and are confronted with different barriers such as language barriers, legal restrictions or differences in health beliefs. In order to reduce these disparities, the promotion of cultural competence in healthcare organizations has been a political goal.

6. Nurturing cultural competence in nurse education through a values-based learning approach
Markey, Kathleen; Okantey, Christiana.
Nurse Education in Practice, Vol. 38,  (Jul 2019), 153-156

This paper discusses the importance of providing opportunities for students to critically review approaches to care, whilst ensuring cultural competency is a more visible responsibility of the future registered nurse in delivering quality care. The authors outline some practical approaches to examining core values underpinning nursing practice in the context of cultural competence development.

7. Providing Compassionate Care for Every Kind of Person
Chaloner, Robert S, FACHE.
Journal of Healthcare Management, 64(4), (Jul/Aug 2019), 205-208

Reinforcing an understanding of and appreciation for such differences is crucial to achieving a welcoming environment—a place where the culture of employee engagement improves the patient experience and makes a positive impact on the quality and safety of patient care.

8. WHO takes action to promote the health of refugees and migrants
Gostin, Lawrence O; Abubakar, Ibrahim; Guerra, Ranieri; Rashid, Sabina F; Friedman, Eric A; et al.
The Lancet; London Vol. 393, Iss. 10185,  (May 18, 2019): 2016-2018
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Migrants frequently have complex physical and mental conditions but often cannot access high-quality health services.6 Most countries do not include migrants as full beneficiaries in national health coverage. Migrants are often simply invisible because of poor data disaggregation or because they are not registered with the authorities.

Articles – Leadership
 

9. What are the client, organisational and employee - related outcomes of high quality leadership in the allied health professions?: A scoping review
McKeever, Janice;   Brown, Ted
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 14(2), Sep 2019: 19-30

Leadership is viewed as the panacea for the complex problems in modern health care where chronic disease, contracting budgets and rising consumer expectations are challenging care provision. As the second largest workforce in Australia, Allied Health Professionals (AHP) are core contributors to health teams however they are largely absent from leadership positions and there is little evidence of their impact on client and wider health system outcomes.

10. Nurses in politics: Advocacy and leadership
Dragon, Natalie
Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 26(6), Apr-Jun 2019: 30-32

Australian politics is heating up with a federal election on the way. Three Australian nurse MPs are leading the charge, showing that politics and nursing are not mutually exclusive. Ged Kearney, Joe Kelly and Nat Cook are working to make a difference beyond the realm of healthcare. Natalie Dragon reports.

11. The game that can spot your potential: Leadership in nursing roles can often go unnoticed, so a researcher has devised a way to recognise it
Nursing Standard, 34(6),  (May 29, 2019), 53-54

How can you bring theories of leadership alive, particularly for those who don’t see themselves as leaders?

12. A Case for Leadership Development in Nursing Practice
Hallock, Ann B.
Nephrology Nursing Journal, 46(3), (May/Jun 2019), 325-329
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This article discusses 'The Leadership Challenge' as one model for leadership development that can propel individuals, including nurses, toward exemplary leadership. The article presents the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership within 'The Leadership Challenge' as an effective evidence-based path to achieving the extraordinary.

13. Advancing Lateral Leadership in Health Care
Bleich, Michael R.
The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 50(9), (Sep 2019), 389-391.

Lateral leadership is a growing and recognized form of nonhierarchical leadership used in complexity science and systems thinking organizations. The definition and operational necessity for lateral leadership are discussed, and benefits and potential drawbacks in health care settings are presented. Lateral leadership is a strategy of growing necessity in an environment of innovation and change management.

14. Implications of New Zealand's primary health care policies for management and leadership
Ayeleke, Reuben Olugbenga; North, Nicola; Wallis, Katharine Ann & Dunham, Annette
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 14(2), September 2019

To review New Zealand's key primary health care policies from 2000 to 2016 and consider their implications for management and leadership.


Articles – Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 13(2), September 2018


15. The ingredients for innovation: Impacts for practice and the education of health service managers
Lloyd, Sheree; Low, Sarah; Win, Su Lei; Fitzgerald, Gerard; Cliff, Cynthia & Collie, Jean
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 13(2), September 2018

Innovation is associated with improvement, however, there is little published about the 'ingredients' for successful innovation in healthcare, and the skills required of Health Service Managers (HSMs) who facilitate change in their organisations.

16. Evaluating health literacy environments in Australian health services
Neil, Sarah; Murphy, Kylie & Chapman, Glenda
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 13(2), September 2018

The term 'health literacy' refers to the knowledge and skills used by an individual to make decisions about his or her own health. This article establishes the importance of evaluating the health literacy of Australian healthcare services and reviews four potentially useful evaluation tools.

17. How are Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) approaches used in evaluating management development programs?: A literature review
Onnis, Leigh-Anne; Hakendorf, Marcia & Tsey, Komla
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 13(2), September 2018

The aim of the review was to examine the characteristics of studies that use CQI approaches to evaluate management development programs; and to synthesise the findings to understand how CQI approaches are being used to evaluate the effectiveness of management development programs.

18. Service navigators in the workforce: An ethical framework for practice
Donovan, Jennifer; Hampson, Ralph & Connolly, Marie
Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management, 13(2), September 2018

This paper explores the current growth of service navigators in complex health and human services and details the development of the Service Navigation Relational Autonomy Framework as a guide to assist practitioners and managers implementing this role.

Journal – Table Of Contents

The Outlet: New Zealand Stomal Therapy Nurses, August 2019
 

19A. Editor’s Report; Profiler of Julia Anderson, NZNO Professional Nursing Adviser
19B. Toward the twilight years [Alison Meerman, Continence/Stomal Therapy Nurse Specialist, Taranaki District Health Board
19C. Liberty Medical New Zealand educational scholarship recipient
19D. The challenges of managing an omphalocele and a stoma in an infant
19E. Stoma bags: An historical perspective
19F. Pyoderma grangrenosum and the effects of Manuka honey
19G. Peristomal pruritus: When itch leads to scratch
19H. Tu Meke Te Peke: The bag is great to me
19I. Policy for Bernadette Hart Award
19J. Application for Bernadette Hart Award
19K. Writing in The Outlet
19L. New Zealand Stomal Therapy Nurses contact details


Conferences


20. Delivering Mental Health Transformation in New Zealand: Improving mental health access, equity and outcomes
Featuring leaders from across the spectrum of mental health services, sharing their vision and plans
Date: 4 - 5 Dec 2019
Venue: Te Wharewaka Tapere, Wellington
https://www.conferenz.co.nz/events/mentalhealth

21. 34th Annual Industrial and Employment Relations Summit
Programme includes:
- Your responsibilities as an employer to protect against sexual harassment and providing safe workplaces
- Navigating social media and workplace relations
- How to manage medical incapacity issues
- Ensuring Health and Safety compliance
Date: 3 - 4 Mar 2020
Venue: Crowne Plaza, Auckland
https://www.conferenz.co.nz/events/34th-annual-industrial-and-employment-relations-summit

News – National
 

22. Q'town measles tally at 19
There are five new confirmed measles cases in Queenstown. The total number of confirmed cases in the resort is now 19, the Southern District Health Board confirmed last night
https://www.odt.co.nz/regions/queenstown/qtown-measles-tally-19

23. Hutt Valley maternity service in dire state with 'significant' lack of staff and multiple patient complaints
Stuff - Sep 10 2019
Significant staff shortages and multiple care complaints within Hutt Hospital's maternity ward are causing concern as rumours swirl that its Wellington counterpart will be asked to take over
https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/115638273/hutt-valley-maternity-service-in-dire-state-with-significant-lack-of-staff-and-multiple-patient-complaints

News – International


24. Meet Margaret the Super Ager, whose brain is defying the ageing process
ABC Science - 22 August 2019
regular brain scans have found that Margaret — now 86 — has virtually no chance of developing dementia, says Jo Robertson, a neuropsychologist with the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, who is involved in the AIBL study. On top of that, tests have shown Margaret's attention and working memory — used, for example, when you reverse a string of digits in your mind — is equivalent to the average 65-year-old.
https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2019-08-22/meet-the-super-agers/11413614

25. Antibiotic resistance can spread in the absence of drugs
Medical News Today – 9 September 2019
Restricting the use of antibiotics may not be enough to curb the spread of resistant bacteria, suggests new research in mice. Efforts will also have to focus on preventing infections by the superbugs in the first place.
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/326290.php

26. One person dies every 40 seconds from suicide, WHO says
The number of people worldwide who die from suicide is declining but one person still kills themselves every 40 seconds, according to new figures from the World Health Organization, which said countries needed to do more to stop these preventable deaths
https://edition.cnn.com/2019/09/09/health/who-global-suicide-rates-intl/index.html

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