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Synonyms for nurse

carer

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nanny

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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This paper described how community health nurses and nurse researchers collaborated with other health care providers in a rural area to enlist the support of the community to host a RAM event.
As well, CHNC has a strong commitment to its membership and there have been a number of publications of documents which support and guide the work of the community health nurse.
He added: 'Unite/CPHVA has had professional concerns regarding the community health nurse generic model right from the start, and our members continue to express professional disquiet with the on-going pilots.
In a written statement, it said that it would not 'develop the community health nurse role', but will 'continue to build on the progress made'.
He added: "The data also shows the number of community health nurses employed by Liverpool Community Health NHS Trust - the biggest employer of local nurses in the area - has fallen from 919 in October 2012 to 602 in October 2017.
THE number of NHS community health nurses has been cut by more than 600 in the North-east since the Conservatives came to power.
For instance, the World Bank has sponsored the training of 800 enrolled community health nurses from marginalised communities in far-flung areas.
Community health nurses make visits and teach families some safety practices, but often, inpatient pediatric nurses do not see their patients after discharge.
This study found that nurses who took the course gained an awareness and understanding of the competencies and role of community health nurses and came to realize that this role is critical to population health and the larger health care system.
We, community health nurses and people's health advocates of Mga Nagkakaisang Nars ng Bayan, debunk the claims of health authorities that our country is "ready" to handle and manage the threat of Ebola should it breach our shores.
This conference will benefit health visitors, school nurses, community health nurses and community nursery nurses.
Rowena Wooters, RN, MS, past Director of Community Health Nurses in Fort Worth wrote an Emergency Plan for our church and community, which includes Texas Christian University Police and the Fort Worth Fire Department.
NFP nurse home visitors are locally-employed community health nurses, and the NFP program is always voluntary for clients.
Sheeran added: "Finally, work by the Cornell Homecare Research Partnership and others has shown that community health nurses - who typically are the telehealth disease managers in home care- can identify and successfully provide this service for their elderly home care patients.
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