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Cross-disciplinary supervision amongst social workers in Aotearoa New Zealand
(Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers, 2014-10-01)
Cross-disciplinary supervision is occurring amongst social workers in Aotearoa New Zealand and it is regarded positively. However, the findings of this research involving 54 social workers who are members of the Aotearoa ...
Skin tear rates: A quality of care indicator
Markers of perceived managerial success within the Tanzanian nursing profession
This study explores the views of nurse managers in Tanzania regarding desirable attributes for effective management of their health services. The mixed method study utilised an initial questionnaire (n = 78) and subsequent ...
An evaluation of clinical supervision of allied health professionals from two district health boards: A preliminary summary report
(School of Social Work, Massey University, 2016-02-04)
This report will present the preliminary results from an evaluation survey of allied health professionals’ clinical supervision conducted through November 2015. The evaluation was concerned with: a) what is best about the ...
The impact of person-directed care at Metlifecare - Application of the Eden alternative
(Massey University, New Zealand, 2016-08)
Formation of nano-fibrils from the A, B and C variants of bovine beta-lactoglobulin
(ELSEVIER SCI LTD, 2015-02-01)
Results from a longitudinal early literacy intervention study: Expected and unexpected outcomes.
(Massey university press, 2016-12-01)
Knowledge, attitude and practice of type 2 diabetic patients with chronic kidney disease: A literature review
Introduction: Having adequate knowledge, attitude and practice (KAP) about Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) and Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) can lead to a reduction in this burden of disease. Aim: The purpose of this review ...
Day 2 keynote 2: West meets east: Sharing and demonstration of supervisory strategies and skills- part 2
(Office of the Director of Social Welfare, Ministry of Social and Family Development, 2016-01-11)