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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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The stoma nurse specialists care for people who have had bladder or bowel cancer or who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease conditions, such as Crohn's Disease or Ulcerative Colitis, and, as a result of their treatment, are living with a temporary or permanent stoma - a surgically-created opening.
Currently, ISNAP needs to identify more nurse practitioners and clinical nurse specialists who can help ISNAP participants fulfill the requirement of meeting with an addictionist every three months.
We must ensure every lung cancer patient can see a nurse specialist at every stage of their care and treatment.
Depressed workers exhibit low mood, have difficulty concentrating, are accident-prone and have limited ability to perform mental or interpersonal tasks, the May/June Clinical Nurse Specialist reports.
This week, we asked the staff from The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust to pay lip service to the latest hi-shine colours TESTER: Cathy Stoneley, 48, from Crosby, is a neurovascular nurse specialist.
Whether as a ward manager, clinic nurse, HIV clinical nurse specialist or voluntary sector worker, I have had first-hand experience of the power of seamless, well-communicated community care.
Harmer, a clinical nurse specialist in the breast care unit at Imperial College, London, UK, compiles 17 chapters in this handbook for nurses and other healthcare professionals who care for people with breast cancer.
This means that, at that time, Clinical Nurse Specialist would become a title protected by law and would only be usable by those with Georgia Board of Nursing advanced practice authorization as a Clinical Nurse Specialist.
I WAS extremely concerned to read that, as with the last recession when there were a number of reports of clinical nurse specialists being returned to ward duties, again the role of the clinical nurse specialist is being eroded to cut costs ("Nurses' shifts changed to cut costs", Daily Post, September 27).
National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialist (NACNS) Statement on Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice and Education, 2004.
A trial of a clinical nurse specialist role in a large New Zealand metropolitan hospital was funded via Elective Services for 12 months, with ongoing funding contingent on evidence of its success.
She has been a Clinical Nurse Specialist in the emergency deoartment since February 2008.
The advanced practice nurse is prepared in one of these four roles: clinical nurse specialist, nurse anesthetist, nurse mid-wife, or nurse practitioner.
Russell Parker, community coach with Birmingham Bulldogs, joined Dr Christopher Pitt and Lisa Midgely, a clinical nurse specialist, on the cup's tour of the hospital.
Kathryn Ann "Katie" Brush, RN, MS, CCRN, FCCM, a longtime AACN member who was well known as a clinical nurse specialist leader, died in December 2007.