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The tale of the patient, the son and the nurse
I am a doctoral student in the Department of Nursing and Midwifery at the Albany Campus of Massey University. My study looks at the individual and composite experience of those sharing a dying. I am interviewing the dying ...
Ethical issues with the elderly: A paper presented to the First National Gerontology Conference for Nurses
Ethical issues in relation to elderly people are many and complex. Resource issues, competency, treatment issues are all problematic. In this short time, I need to focus my information, and so I have chosen three issues. ...
Qualitative research in rheumatology: A personal perspective
As the title suggests, today's presentation draws on my personal experience of using qualitative research in rheumatology. However there is more than one 'personal perspective' woven through my presentation. I will also ...
Does activity theory help our understanding of teamwork, leadership and interprofessional collaboration?
Background and purpose The literature identifies the lack of a conceptual underpinning to interprofessional education and collaborative practice, linking this to the failure of many initiatives to improve such practice. ...
A stroke of luck: The win-win of a clinical research partnership
Stroke in New Zealand ; The stroke of luck (Research for Health Professionals) ; The Stroke Family Whanau Project ; The win-wins.