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Author (up) Briscoe, Jeanette; Harding, Thomas openurl 
  Title Promoting the use of the SOAP (IE) documentation framework in medical nurses' practice Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 17-23  
  Keywords Nursing documentation; SOAP; SOAP(IE); Documetation frameworks  
  Abstract Promotes the use of the SOAP(IE) framework for nursing documentation. Conducts action research to identify areas within cycles of planning, implementation, evaluation and reflection in need of improvement. Undertakes three cycles of action research using audits, surveys and a focus group interview with RNs in two DHB medical wards. Increases the uptake of SOAP through education sessions and tools, and nurse champions.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1657  
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Author (up) Corner, Kathy openurl 
  Title Perceptions of Indian IQNs transitioning into a bachelor of nursing programme in New Zealand Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 61-62  
  Keywords IQNs; Bachelor of Nursing; Nursing students; Cultural safety; Cross-cultural communication; Resilience  
  Abstract Aims to understand the experiences of Indian internationally-qualified nurses (IQN) making the transition into a NZ bachelor of nursing (BN) programme. Conducts a focus group with four Indian IQN students enrolled in an 18-month bridging course. Identifies four themes: adaptation to a new way of learning; cultural differences in living and working in NZ; adaptation to a different clinical environment; and cultural safety.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1663  
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Author (up) Ellison, Janine openurl 
  Title Registered nurse turnover in the acute setting Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 58-60  
  Keywords Nurse attrition, Nurse retention; Nurse turnover; Acute care  
  Abstract Performs an integrative review to explore the reasons for nurse turnover in the hospital environment. Evaluates 36 primary studies, selecting 16 for inclusion in the integrated review. Identifies three themes: support, workload, and professional factors.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1662  
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Author (up) Eton, Sarah Jane url  openurl
  Title Clinical handover from the operating theatre nurse to the post anaesthetic care unit nurse: a New Zealand perspective Type Book Whole
  Year 2020 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 125 p.  
  Keywords Clinical handover; Operating theatre nurse; Post-anaesthetic care nurse; Patient safety; Surveys  
  Abstract Presents findings from a study of nurse-to-nurse handover in the perioperative care setting. Describes current practices in nurse handover and surveys theatre and post-anaesthetic-care nurses from around NZ about their satisfaction with handover and whether it affects patient outcomes.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1666  
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Author (up) Field, Jenny; McClunie-Trust, Patricia; Kearney, Celine; Jeffcoat, Jane openurl 
  Title Language and communication: a vital component of health for people with refugee backgrounds Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 42-49  
  Keywords Refugees; Language development; Well-being; Primary health care; Surveys  
  Abstract Reports on a collaborative project that explores trans-disciplinary understanding of the implications of learning English for the health and well-being of refugees. Argues that English literacy is a significant factor in health literacy and access to health care. Uses secondary analysis to analyse primary research with 60 predominantly female adult refugees aged 18 to 64 years. Highlights the experiences of these English language learners and reflects on their relevance for primary health care and nursing practice.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1660  
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Author (up) Frost, Celine Elizabeth url  openurl
  Title After mastectomy -- inpatient experience of women in New Zealand: A qualitative study Type Book Whole
  Year 2020 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 199 p.  
  Keywords Mastectomy; Breast cancer; Post-operative nursing; Person-centred care; Cancer nursing; Inpatients  
  Abstract Explores the experiences of 10 women post-operatively following mastectomy in an acute surgical ward in a large tertiary hospital in NZ by means of face-to-face, semi-structured, individual interviews. Identifies the women's expectations of care and service delivery from healthcare professionals, in order to inform the development of evidence-based interventions and models of care for the breast cancer care team. Suggests potential areas for future research.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1667  
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Author (up) Kussmaul, Joerg url  openurl
  Title An investigation of occupational health and safety workplaces and working conditions in comparison to nursing care quality in residential aged care facilities (RACFs) in New Zealand Type Book Whole
  Year 2020 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 270 p.  
  Keywords Residential Aged Care Facilities; Ocuupational health and safety; Working conditions; InterRAI; Clinical Assessment Protocols Job stress; Registered nurses; Enrolled nurses; Healthcare assistants  
  Abstract Identifies critical factors related to the occupational health and safety of workplaces and working conditions in residential aged-care facilities (RACF), from the perspective of nursing staff. Correlates quality indicators for occupational health and safety for workplaces and in working conditions with nursing care quality based on the InterRAI Clinical Assessment Protocols (CAP). Uses a mixed-method approach to conduct an audit of workplace health and safety and environmental conditions in 17 RACFs. Surveys 398 registered nurses (RN), enrolled nurses (EN), and Healthcare Assistants (HCA) about the mental and physical stressors in their work.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1655  
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Author (up) Rhodes, Johanna openurl 
  Title Students' perceptions of participating in educational escape rooms in undergraduate nursing eduction Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 34-41  
  Keywords Escape rooms; Nursing students; Critical thinking; Teamwork; Nursing education  
  Abstract Captures undergraduate nursing students' perceptions after participation in an educational escape room. Describes the concept of the escape room for undergraduate nursing students, in which students collaboratively solved problems during a specified time before returning to the classroom. Reports the findings of a survey conducted with 181 students on the utility of the experience for teaching teamwork, collaboration, and critical thinking while under pressure.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1659  
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Author (up) Sharma, Mona url  openurl
  Title An exploration of the experiences of registered nurses working in aged residential care facilities regarding interRAI: A qualitative research design Type Book Whole
  Year 2020 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 125 p.  
  Keywords InterRAI; International resident assessment instrument; Aged residential care; Registered nurses; Surveys  
  Abstract Assesses the experiences of registered nurses (RNs)working in aged residential care facilities in Christchurch, in performing interRAI assessments using interRAI MOMENTUM software. Explores the positive and negative aspects of their experiences and the factors affecting performance of interRAI-based comprehensive health assessments. Identifies the aids and barriers faced by RNs in applying and using interRAI. Conducts focus-group interviews with 7 RNs. Highlights the need for a unified standard assessment system.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1654  
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Author (up) Tabakakis, Costantinos; McAllister, Margaret; Bradshaw, Julie openurl 
  Title Burnout in New Zealand resgistered nurses: the role of workplace factors Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 9-16  
  Keywords Burnout; Harassment; Workplace stress; Registered nurses; Surveys  
  Abstract Investigates the impact of workplace factors on burnout in NZ RNs. Conducts a cross-sectional survey among 480 RNs in which burnout, practice environment and negative acts in the workplace were self-reported by means of the Copenhagen Burnout Inventory (CBI), the Practice Environment Scale (PES), and the Negative Acts Questionnaire (NAQ).  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1656  
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Author (up) Taylor, Peta; Josland, Heather; Batyaeva, Natalia openurl 
  Title Literature review: the case for appointing Parkinson's Disease nurse specialists Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 50-57  
  Keywords Parkinson's Disease; Nurse specialists; Chronic neurological disorders; Economic burden  
  Abstract Explores the current management of Parkinson's disease to identify gaps and make recommendations for an improved model of care. Investigates the validity of establishing a Parkinson's nurse specialist role. Examines the literature on the disease and its management, economic burden and risks. Describes the enhanced model of care in Sweden and the UK using Parkinson's nurse specialists.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1661  
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Author (up) Wynne-Jones, Jacqui; Martin-Babin, Margot; Hayward, Brooke; Villa, Luis openurl 
  Title Patient safety leadership walk-rounds: lessons learrned from a mixed-methods evaluaion Type Journal Article
  Year 2020 Publication Kai Tiaki Nursing Research Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 11 Issue 1 Pages 24-33  
  Keywords Patient safety; Nurse leaders; Walk-round; Evaluation  
  Abstract Assesses the impact of a patient safety leadership walk-rounds (PSLWR) programme in an Auckland hospital to provide recommendations for programme improvement. Involves senior leaders and other departmental representatives visiting wards to conduct staff and patient interviews to capture their experiences, and to assess the environment. Proposes recommendations for organisations intending to or currently implementing a PSLWR programme.  
  Call Number NZNO @ research @ Serial 1658  
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