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Synonyms for nurse




look after

Synonyms for nurse

to promote and sustain the development of

to hold and turn over in the mind

Synonyms for nurse

a woman who is the custodian of children

try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury

maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings)

serve as a nurse

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treat carefully

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In their introductory essays to CNM and MG, the editors have striven for cogency and completeness.
Instead, he got a call this spring from CNM telling him his diploma was ready for pickup.
We are very pleased to have been chosen by CNM Online following an intensive selection process.
These regulations, which would put midwives on a level competitive status are (generally) opposed by OBs (who wish to suppress a substitute and raise OB price), would shift the supply of CNM services rightward.
CNM was appointed to develop DealEx by the Stockbroker Risk Forum, a quarterly forum of senior credit and risk management executives from the stockbroking industry.
In a national survey, the majority of women who received care by a CNM reported being very satisfied.
CNM focuses its efforts in four service lines: Accounting and Transaction Advisory, Compliance and Risk Advisory, IT Audit and Advisory Services and the Employee Benefits Plan Audit service line which is led by John Russon, CPA.
CNM lets end-users of data communications services view and alter their segments of a carrier network.
CNM LLP, an independent accounting and advisory services firm, today announced that a professional with the firm, Nathan Johnston, was recently honored by CPAexcel CPA Review for achieving the highest score in the nation among its candidates sitting for the Audit portion for the first quarter 2009 sitting of the Uniform Certified Public Accounting Examination.
The solution gives CNM the reach and bandwidth to successfully integrate technology into distance-learning programs and reach remote students.
During prenatal care with Donna Tabas, CNM, she slowly helps her women remove any negative preconceived notions about childbirth that may be based on negativity and fear, and transforms their expectations of the natural birthing process to one of power, strength, relaxation, and confidence.
Founded in 2003, CNM LLP is an independent accounting and consulting firm.
Instead, they brought suit against the doctors and their professional groups as well as Rachel Depart, the CNM who cared for Jena and her mother.
What these and other programs like them show, says Michelle Collins, CNM, a certified nurse midwife at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, is that there's a lot of preparation to breastfeeding.
Hobmeier joins CNM from WTAS LLC where he was a managing director of commercial tax services for over three years.