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Issue 39 Library e-newsletter 17 Dec 2018

Be safe - be SunSmart Articles - Fall Prevention   1. Falls Prevention Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, 26(4), Oct 2018: 32-34 Abstract: Falls can affect individuals in many ways. These impacts can cause physical injuries, have negative social...

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Issue 38 - Library e-newsletter 30 Nov 2018

Articles – Caring for the Carer   1. Making Self-Care a Priority: Caring for the Carer Smit, Charmaine Whitireia Nursing & Health Journal, 2017; (24): 29-35. 7p Abstract: The multilayered demand of caring for palliative clients and their families requires that professionals make self-care...

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Issue 37 Library e-newsletter - 12 Nov 2018

Grow a Mo, save a Bro Men experience worse longer-term health than women and die on average six years earlier. Prostate cancer rates will double in the next 15 years Books These books can be borrowed by NZNO members for a 4 week period. Please...

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Issue 36 Library e-newsletter 31 Oct 2018

Books These books can be borrowed by NZNO members for a 4 week period. Please provide a physical address so that the books can be couriered out to you.   1. Stand for all time: The Marquette sinking and the Nurses' Memorial Chapel Anna Rogers Published 2018 Backgrounds the sinking of...

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Issue 35 - Library e-newsletter 19 Oct 2018

Samuel Parnell achieved fame as the founder of the eight-hour working day in New Zealand, a right he had fought for as a carpenter at Petone in early 1840.  His name is often linked with Labour Day, which has been celebrated as a holiday since 1900. ...

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Issue 34 -Library e-newsletter- 8 Oct 2018

Books   1. The ethics of healthcare rationing: An introduction Greg Bognar & Iwao Hirose Published in 2014 The Ethics of Health Care Rationing is a clear and much-needed introduction to this increasingly important topic, considering and assessing the major ethical problems and dilemmas...

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Issue 33 Library e-newsletter 1 Oct 2018

Setting NZ's health research priorities - consultation  The Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC), Ministry of Health, and Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment invite your feedback on the Strategic Investment Areas (SIAs) that the new research priorities will fit into.  ...

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Issue 32 Library e-newsletter 21 Sept 2018

Dementia Awareness Every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia. Here in New Zealand, 4 out of 5 Kiwis are affected by dementia. Books Available for issue for 4 weeks to current NZNO members. Please provide your address so the books...

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Issue 31 Library e-newsletter 14 Sept 2018

Radio New Zealand’s collection of greetings with audio tracks 100 Maori words every New Zealander should know. Check out some of the Maori Language Commission resources. Find out more about Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week). Books Available for issue for 4 weeks to current...

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Issue 30 Library e-newsletter 5 Sept 2018

Have your say on single-use plastic shopping bags Kōrerohia te pēke hoko kirihou whakamahinga Kotahi Scientists estimate that there is over 150 million tonnes of plastic in the world’s oceans today. If nothing changes, plastic in our oceans could weigh more than the fish that live in them by...

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