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Issue 2 - 3 March 2021

Books:

  1. Roth’s companion to the Privacy Act 2020
  2. Hamric and Hanson’s Advanced Practice Nursing: An integrative approach
  3. Maori at work: the everyday guide to using te reo Maori in the workplace
  4. Dealing with depression: Simple ways to get your life back

Articles: International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021

  1. Restraint use in the acute-care hospital setting: A cross-sectional multi-centre study
  2. Prevalence and associated factors of depression and anxiety among nurses during the outbreak of COVID-19 in China: A cross-sectional study
  3. Estimating the burden of COVID-19 on the Australian healthcare workers and health system during the first six months of the pandemic
  4. Defining empowerment for older people living with dementia from multiple perspectives: A qualitative study
  5. Editor's Choice: Influenza vaccine uptake, COVID-19 vaccination intention and vaccine hesitancy among nurses: A survey
  6. Risk factors associated with deep venous thrombosis in patients with different bed-rest durations: A multi-institutional case-control study
  7. The objective nursing workload and perceived nursing workload in Intensive Care Units: Analysis of association

Articles: Workplace Violence

  1. The way we do things around here. A qualitative study of the workplace aggression experiences of Victorian nurses, midwives and care personnel
  2. Workplace violence: A qualitative study drawing on the perspectives of UK nursing students
  3. Taking a stand against occupational violence
  4. Nurses rally over assaults

Table of Contents

  1. Singapore Nursing Journal, Vol. 47, September 2019 – December 2020

Events

  1. Health and Care Services Conference
  2. National Trauma Symposium 2021

National news

  1. Elderly Australian pair given vaccine ‘overdose’
  2. Aucklanders travelling sick concern for all

International news

  1. Editorial: We need to spend more on aged care and we need to spend it smarter
  2. What’s in Australia’s COVID-19 vaccines? Here are the ingredients in the Pfizer and AstraZeneca jabs

Books

Current NZNO members can borrow these books for a period of 4 weeks. Please provide a physical address when you request items, as they will be couriered to you.

1. Roth’s companion to the Privacy Act 2020

Paul Roth and Blair Stewart

LexisNexis, 2020

This text provides an all-in-one resource explaining the key concepts, processes, and obligations in the Privacy Act 2020. As the Act comes into force on 1 December 2020, practitioners and others who work with privacy law will need to come to grips with the new legislation. The aim of this text is to assist in understanding and providing informed advice on the changes to privacy law.

2. Hamric and Hanson’s Advanced Practice Nursing: An integrative approach 

Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O’Grady

6th edition, 2019

This book provides a contemporary introduction to APN today - addressing all major APN competencies, roles, and issues. It covers topics ranging from the evolution of APN to evidence-based practice, leadership, ethical decision-making, and health policy. New to this edition is expanded coverage of interprofessional collaborative practice, updated coverage of APN roles related to implementation of healthcare reform in the U.S., updated and expanded coverage of IOM and QSEN, a global focus on international APN, and much more.

3. Maori at work: the everyday guide to using te reo Maori in the workplace

Scotty Morrison

Published in 2019

This book offers phrases and tips for greetings and welcoming people, emails and letters, speeches and social media, with specific chapters on the office, construction and roadworks, retail, hospitality, broadcasting and teaching.

4. Dealing with depression: Simple ways to get your life back

Jan Marsh

Published in 2016

A range of strategies is outlined, including the physiological fundamentals of sleep, healthy diet and exercise as well as ideas from positive psychology that help us to take care of ourselves. Learning to regulate emotions and show compassion to ourselves and others not only reduces the impact of depression but also improves life and relationships, building resilience and decreasing the likelihood of recurring depressive episodes.

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Selected Articles - International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021

5. Restraint use in the acute-care hospital setting: A cross-sectional multi-centre study 

Silvia Thomann., Sandra Zwakhalen., Dirk Richter., Silvia Bauer & Sabine Hahn

International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021, Volume 114, Article 103807

The aim of this study was to investigate restraint use regardless of ward type in the acute-care hospital setting, including restraint type, reasons for restraint use, process indicators when using restraints and restraint use-associated patient characteristics.

6. Prevalence and associated factors of depression and anxiety among nurses during the outbreak of COVID-19 in China: A cross-sectional study  

Rujun Zheng., Yuhong Zhou et al

International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021, Volume 114, Article 103809

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a public health emergency of international concern and has caused traumatic experience for nurses worldwide. However, the prevalence of depression and anxiety symptoms in nurses, and how psychosocial factors influence nurses in this public crisis are unknown.

7. Estimating the burden of COVID-19 on the Australian healthcare workers and health system during the first six months of the pandemic 

Ashley L. Quigley., Haley Stone et al.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, 2021-02-01, Volume 114, Article 103811

There are no publicly available national data on healthcare worker infections in Australia. It has been documented in many countries that healthcare workers (HCW) are at increased occupational risk of COVID-19. We aimed to estimate the burden of COVID-19 on Australia HCW and the health system by obtaining and organizing data on HCW infections, analyzing national HCW cases in regards to occupational risk and analyzing healthcare outbreak.

8. Defining empowerment for older people living with dementia from multiple perspectives: A qualitative study 

Charlotte T.M. van Corven., Annemiek Bielderman et al.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, 2021-02-01, Volume 114, Article 103823

The concept of empowerment seems promising for people living with dementia to live their life as they want to for as long as possible. Therefore, this study aimed to explore what the concept of empowerment means and includes for people living with dementia from the perspectives of people living with dementia themselves, their informal caregivers, and healthcare professionals.

9. Editor’s Choice: Influenza vaccine uptake, COVID-19 vaccination intention and vaccine hesitancy among nurses: A survey  

Kin On Kwok., Kin-Kit Li et al.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021, Volume 114, Article 103854

This study estimated nurses’ influenza vaccination behaviors and intention to receive COVID-19 vaccine when available, and examined their corresponding 5C psychological antecedents (confidence, complacency, constraints, calculation, and collective responsibility). To investigate the impact of COVID-19-related work demands, the mediation effects of work stress on the association between work demands and COVID-19 vaccination intention were also examined.

10. Risk factors associated with deep venous thrombosis in patients with different bed-rest durations: A multi-institutional case-control study  

Jing Cao., Shuya Li et al.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021, Volume 114, Article 103825

Deep vein thrombosis represents a threat to public health and a heavy economic burden to society, and often occurs as a complication or cause of death in bedridden patients. How to prevent deep vein thrombosis is a general concern in clinical practice. However, it remains uncertain whether the risk factors for deep vein thrombosis would be affected by different bed-rest durations.

11. The objective nursing workload and perceived nursing workload in Intensive Care Units: Analysis of association  

M.E. Hoogendoorn., S. Brinkman et al.

International Journal of Nursing Studies, February 2021, Volume 114, Article 103852

The aim of this study was to assess the association between the objective nursing workload and the perceived nursing workload and to identify other factors associated with the perceived nursing workload.

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Articles – Workplace Violence

12. The way we do things around here. A qualitative study of the workplace aggression experiences of Victorian nurses, midwives and care personnel 

Sharon Hills., Kimberley Crawford., Louisa Lam & Danny Hills

Collegian, February 2021, 28(1), 18-26

Workplace aggression in the health and care sectors is a major work health and safety and public health concern, worldwide. In Australia, rates of exposure to workplace aggression are consistent with those experienced by nurses internationally, and have not decreased over the past 35 years.

13. Workplace violence: A qualitative study drawing on the perspectives of UK nursing students 

Yeter Sinem Üzar-Özçetin., Michele Russell-Westhead & Stephen Tee 

Collegian, February 2021, 28(1), 27-34

Workplace violence (WV) remains problematic and highly prevalent in healthcare with nursing students being particularly vulnerable.

14. Taking a stand against occupational violence

Robert Fedele

Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 1 January 2020

In the past year, nurses and midwives were punched, stabbed, threatened with weapons and assaulted all too frequently. Escalating occupational violence within the health professions is causing untold physical and psychological harm and urgent action is required so nurses and midwives working across all settings can feel safe on the job. Robert Fedele investigates.

15. Nurses rally over assaults

Katie Conciatore

The Lamp, 1 August 2019, 76(7),  22-23

A spate of attacks highlights growing risk of dementia-related violence - and need for better staffing

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Table of Contents

16. Singapore Nursing Journal, Vol. 47, September 2019 – December 2020

16A. Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Burn Centre response to disaster: Nursing staff expansion and preparation in the Formosa colour dust explosion

16B. Singapore nurse trainers’ experiences f teaching cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in low resource countries: A narrative inquiry

16C. Evaluating patients’ and families’ satisfaction with home-based nursing (HBN) services in Brunei

16D. Personal reflection: Leadership in nursing… the journey continues

16E. Call for submission of manuscripts

16F. Guide for authors

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Events

17. Health and Care Services Conference

Theme: Health and Care Services for NZ's Ageing Population: A vision for an integrated aged care system for NZ's future

Date: Monday 22 March - Tuesday 23 Mar 2021

Venue: Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland

18. National Trauma Symposium 2021

Theme: Towards Excellence

Date: Thursday 1 July 2021

Venue: Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington,

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National news

19. Elderly Australian pair given vaccine 'overdose'

Otago Daily Times, 24 February 2021

Two people in a Queensland aged care home have been given four times the correct amount of the coronavirus vaccine.

20. Aucklanders travelling sick concern for all

Otago Daily Times, 3 March 2021

University of Otago epidemiologist Prof Michael Baker said people should only be travelling inter-regionally for exceptional reasons, and not travelling at all if they were sick.

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International news

21. Editorial: We need to spend more on aged care and we need to spend it smarter

The Age, 2 March 2021

When the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety released its interim report in 2019, the title was a one-word indictment of the current system: Neglect.

22. What's in Australia's COVID-19 vaccines? Here are the ingredients in the Pfizer and AstraZeneca jabs

ABC Health & Wellbeing, 3 March 2021

Both coronavirus jabs use new technologies to train the body's immune system, teaching it to recognise and fight the spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) if the virus was to infect the body.

 

 

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