October 2021

October features coverage of the 2021 NZNO conference including an interview with new NZNO president Anne Daniels, the young nurse of the year and other award winners as well as cultural safety in nursing, what nurses need to know about the incoming end of life law and the role of nurses in climate change. We’ll also bring you the latest in the district health board pay negotiations.

September 2021

This month we’ll be looking at how our members put strike action on hold to return to the pandemic frontline, particularly our Pacific nurses and caregivers whose communities have been the hardest hit.  We also feature extensive coverage of the Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference 2021, which drew extraordinary speakers from around Aotearoa to share inspiration with our Māori healthcare workers; as well as a new nursing degree with mental health at its core and a nurse’s warning on the perils of Twitter.

August 2021

The editorial theme for the August issue is oncology nursing

June 2021

The June issue will focus on neonatal nursing, integrative nurse coaching and trauma nursing in New Zealand.

The issue will also include an education advertising feature

May 2021

The themes for the May issue are: migrant nurses, and an update on Maori workforce initiatives 

April 2021

IND theme: The theme for the 2021 resource is Nurses: A Voice to Lead – A vision for future healthcare. In 2021, we seek to show how nursing will look into the future as well as how the profession will transform the next stage of healthcare.

February 2021

Nursing students and nursing student’s writing

December 2020/January 2021

Our December 2020/January 2021 issue offers our usual varied selection of articles chosen to meet the interests of nurses as the year ends. There is a focus on nursing overseas, the reality faced by many international qualified nurses of working in New Zealand, coverage of the South Pacific Nurses Forum held via Zoom in November, new resources in the NZNO library, and the challenges of nursing in an isolation/quarantine facility in New Zealand. This month’s science short examines how effective Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine against COVID-19 might be.

November 2020

The November issue focuses on aged care. Articles range from “Gerontological nursing in a ‘covid-world’”, to the report from the United Nations on human rights and older persons in New Zealand and how nursing schools need to better prepare students to provide palliative and end-of-life care. There will be further coverage of NZNO conference and AGM in September.

The issue also includes an education advertising supplement

October 2020

The October issue will cover the NZNO annual conference and annual general meeting, held via Zoom this year. Speakers at the conference included University of Otago professor Michael Baker and Auditor General John Ryan. There will be an interview with NZNO’s newly elected president, Christchurch mental health nurse Heather Symes. Other featured articles will be on Parkinson’s Disease and the nurses who specialise in this area, the links between health and climate change and the effective use of personal protective equipment.