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Issue 21 Library e-newsletter - 27 June 2019

Books   1. Co-operacy: A new way of being at work Dale Hunter., Anne Bailey & Bill Taylor Published 1997 Coined by the authors, the word co-operacy describes the technology of collective or consensus decision-making as distinct from democracy and autocracy 2. The first-time...

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Issue 20 Library e-newsletter 21 June 2019

Elder Abuse Awareness Week  - 15-22 June 2019 Take our quick ELDER ABUSE QUIZ to test your knowledge For research into elder abuse and neglect please click here. Books   1. Nursing in action: Strengthening nursing and midwifery to support health for all Edited by Jane...

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Issue 19 Library e-newsletter 17 June 2019

Books   1. Tradition & Reality: Nursing and politics in Australia Brigid McCoppin & Heather Gardner Published 1994 This book analyses and explains the gains Australian nurses have made, the pressures for and against change, and possible future directions. While the main focus...

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Issue 18 Library e-newsletter 7 June 2019

Hepatitis C Many New Zealanders have hepatitis C and don’t know it. New direct-acting antiviral drug therapies are a major advancement in the treatment of hepatitis C, with high cure rates of more than 90% with 8 weeks treatment for...

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