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a school for training nurses

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Roseman's College of Nursing offers an 18-month Bachelor of Sciences in Nursing and a 15-month Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
Two students had resolutions pass--one for the College of Nursing and one for the state --while our outgoing board members assisted with board-sponsored resolutions.
Shaunette Meyer is the recipient of the $5000 Roy Anderson Memorial Scholarship Shaunette is a PhD student at the University of Colorado College of Nursing.
Zara Lathani, Director, Shifa College of Nursing, commented that Shifa College of Nursing is seriously considering establishing their Inquiry Committee as per the law and also producing a module on sexual harassment to be included in their academic manual.
Richard Cowling, vice president of academic affairs for Chamberlain College of Nursing.
Preparation for the 2nd 'Scout out Nursing' day began months in advance and, the ECU College of Nursing came alive for the big event.
Martha is a Clinical Assistant Professor, University of IL at Chicago, College of Nursing.
THE Royal College of Nursing is urging nurses and health care assistants to have the vaccine against the H1N1 strain of swine flu.
The plan, designed to strengthen health services in the community, were drawn up in association with the Royal College of Nursing following a report on community care in Wales.
The home is owned by Southern Cross Healthcare and was visited by Maura Buchanan, pictured, President of the Royal College of Nursing, as part of a visit to the region.
Wong was an adjunct faculty member in the College of Nursing and in the College of Medicine-Tulsa, raised $250,000 in private funds to establish the Donna L.
The Royal College of Nursing warned that if all nurses took the industrial action, it would cut nursing cover in the NHS by 20 per cent.
RICHARD Stott's column last week said that the Royal College of Nursing was partially to blame for no longer being a "noble profession".
As seniors, they'll expect a health system that not only treats illnesses, but provides preventive services and wellness care, says Denise Link, clinical associate professor at Arizona State University's College of Nursing.
College of Nursing faculty and students write and coordinate these study guides with Child Life Coordinators and also prepare the skits that are performed in each hospital room.
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