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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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Patients will continue to lose out unless the government gives the NHS and community services the funding for expert community nurses.
VALUING THE PROCESS Faculty and community nurse interviewers were asked to provide feedback regarding what they felt was the overall benefit and value of the group interview.
A sense of security for cancer patients at home: the role of the community nurse.
Community nurse Joanne Evans was not present at Cardiff Coroners' Court to hear the verdict in relation to the death of 85-year-old Margaret Thomas from Pontypool, South Wales.
The Faith Community Nurse (FCN) reclaims the historical roots of health and healing found in many religious traditions.
The title, parish nurse, is current, but has evolved into the title of faith community nurse, to encompass a diversity of faith traditions (ANA & HMA, 2005).
Anita is a Faith Community Nurse at Lexington Presbyterian Church.
After a lengthy period in the RVI under the care of Dr Jane Skinner, Consultant Community Cardiologist, 77 year old William Halverson was discharged home and visited regularly by Specialist Community Nurse Vivienne Crisp.
There's room to be creative as a faith community nurse.
The roles of a faith community nurse usually include the following:
PEOPLE on Merseyside are being asked to nominate their favourite community nurse for a national award.
The International Parish Nurse Resource Center (IPNRC) provided a list of the known faith community nurse coordinators in these states.
As a community nurse, I can say that as a team, we are more than capable of making sure that anyone given this terrible news is given the help and support they and their family can ask for, many times without input from the CNS.
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