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Issue 36 - 24 October 2014

Articles – Social Media and Nurses 1. Smart nurses thoughtless posts on social media. By Bickhoff, Laurie. Australian Nursing & Midwifery Journal. Oct 2014, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p31-31. 1p Abstract: The article discusses how inappropriate posts on social media by nurses is undermining the...

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Issue 35 - 17 October 2014

Yersinia pseudotuberculosis Yersinia pseudotuberculosis is a bacteria that can cause acute stomach illness 16 October 2014: Since 1 September 2014 there have been increased notifications of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. Cases have mainly been notified from the Auckland, Canterbury, Wellington,...

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Issue 34 - 10 October 2014

Ebola – How does it spread among people? People can become infected with the Ebola virus if they come into contact with the blood, body fluids or organs of an infected person. Most people are infected by giving care to other infected people, either by directly touching the victim's body or by...

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Issue 33 - 3 October 2014

 New Zealand Nursing Practice Survey This study is the first large scale study to apply a research framework to the many different nursing roles and titles we have in New Zealand and address the confusion about the difference between them. Professor Jenny Carryer and Dr Jill Wilkinson from...

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