Kai Tiaki : the journal of the nurses of New Zealand

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Kai Tiaki - the Journal of the Nurses of New Zealand, as it was originally titled, was founded by the indomitable nursing visionary Hester Maclean, who came to New Zealand from Australia in 1906 to take up the government role of Assistant Inspector of Hospitals. In this role, she had oversight of all nursing matters. Using her own funds and working in her own time, she established Kai Tiaki, first published in January 1908.

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Region: National

Also published as: New Zealand nursing journal

Available online: January 1908 - November 1929 (89 issues)

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