nurse clinician

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a registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physician

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I have worked here for more than 17 years, starting as a student nurse before becoming a staff nurse, a charge nurse and now an emergency nurse clinician.
Cyclist Geraint Thomas receives the flu jab with his mum Hilary, centre, a nurse clinician at Velindre Cancer Centre.
In this manual for therapists, school counselors, spiritual leaders, and other helping professionals, Carrell, a therapist in private practice who has been an Episcopal chaplain, substance abuse counselor for adolescents, and psychiatric nurse clinician, provides 52 exercises (for a year-long curriculum) for use in group work with adolescents.
She has received numerous awards and recognitions, including being a Charter Member of the Academy of Nurses (FAAN), Lifetime Member of the National League for Nursing, recipient of ANA Division of Psychiatric Nursing Award for Contributions to Advancement of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, CU Gold Medal Award, CU Distinguished Alumna Award, and Outstanding Psychiatric Nurse Clinician Award.
Vermont has worked to enhance the nursing work force through its loan repayment and loan incentive programs, but these programs aren't enough to address disparity between nursing faculty and nurse clinician salaries that leave us with such a shortage of nurse educators.
The nurse needs to be briefed on what her role will be, as well as what the roles of the intensivist, the nurse clinician for organ and tissue donation (OTD), and the provincial organ donation organization (ODO) coordinator will be.
Stephanie Matlin, RN, BSN, is a nurse clinician in the Surgical Urology Service at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey in New Brunswick.
A large pullout work surface provides adequate space for keyboards and other input devices and allows the nurse clinician to be in position to view the procedure.
As the nurse clinician in our CICU, I was looking for ways to increase the number of CCRN-certified nurses in our unit.
A few articles on vocal health and pedagogy (voice disorders, seating, and a historical overview of pedagogy) are by voice specialists, teachers, an otolaryngologic nurse clinician, and a physical medicine and rehabilitation practitioner.
Jacobsen, who received his master's degree in the family nurse clinician program at the University of Utah, has nearly 30 years of experience as a health care provider in Utah and Oregon.
Witcher, a registered nurse clinician, advised at a conference on fetal monitoring sponsored by Symposia Medicus.
Extra staff included a coordinator, four ICPs, a nurse clinician, a public health nurse, an administrator, a hospital epidemiologist (an infectious disease specialist with training in hospital epidemiology), and a clinical infectious disease physician.
In 1962, he married his wife, Donna, who is an oncology nurse clinician and dedicated runner.
After surgery the dressings, commonly Kerlix covered with an elastic compression bandage wrapped in a figure-eight pattern, are changed at least once daily, according to Patricia Stoneberg, BS, CCRN, a surgical nurse clinician at Regions Hospital, a Level I trauma center in St.