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Synonyms for nursing

the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm

the profession of a nurse

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nourishing at the breast

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At California State University, Northridge, registered nurses who have trained at community colleges or in three-year programs can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.
Each of the six nursing homes selected employees to serve as ambassadors during the weeklong grand-opening celebration.
Inappropriate placement of mentally ill patients should be avoided whenever possible, agrees nursing home CEO Melvin Siegel, chairman of the legislative committee of the Illinois Nursing Home Administrators Association.
Currently, the largest school within La Salle University is the School of Nursing, offering full and part time undergraduate basic nursing programs, an RN-BSN program, an LPN to BSN program, and several graduate programs tracts including nurse practitioner, clinical specialist, nurse anesthesia and public health.
People in nursing homes are frailer and sicker than ever before.
Knight, "The Real CSI: Forensic Nursing in the ED," Nursing Spectrum, September 20, 2004; retrieved on May 11, 2005, from http://www.
The variations in current tactics and strategies for change still reflect the diversity of opinion on what a woman should be and what a woman's profession should be; thus, achieving political consensus in nursing has been extremely difficult.
We don't hear enough about the nursing homes who are doing a great job delivering care," Bua said.
Recognizing that every camp is unique in organization and programs, the camp administration team, camp health care coordinators, and nursing faculty members would need to creatively brainstorm to determine if an SNI could offer mutually desired outcomes.
However, there has been a resurgence of interest in environment-related medical practices such as toxic exposure assessment, community education on environmental hazards, and preventive care, and many nurses today are trying to regain the emphasis on environmental health through a variety of community nursing projects, nursing education training programs, and a wide network of nurses sharing their expertise and vision.
Michael in Schererville, thinks Copak's nursing gifts give her an inside track to getting people to open up about their problems and their hurts.
Skyrocketing general and professional liability insurance loss costs for nursing homes are reaching crisis proportions in many parts of the United States.
Key Concepts: Nursing Home Quality/Nursing Home Reform Act of 1987/Elder Care/Sanctions
For medical care and nursing home expenses to be deductible, the person for whom the expenses are paid must be an individual taxpayer's dependent either at the time the medical care or nursing home services are rendered or at the time the expenses are paid.
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