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Synonyms for registered nurse

a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration

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About OAAPN: The Ohio Association of Advanced Practices Nurses (OAAPN) is the unified voice of more than 11,000 Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) in the state of Ohio, which includes Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNPs), Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNSs), Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs), and Certified Nurse Midwives (CNMs).
Trish Amole, a registered nurse, (75) died in March 2013.
As advanced practice registered nurses, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) are anesthesia professionals who safely administer more than 33 million anesthetics to patients each year in the United States.
Registered nurse practitioner standards and core competencies.
Registered nurses are limited to administering sedative medication at "doses rapidly reversible pharmacologically.
2 patients (surgical wards), with about 1 registered nurse to 9 patients.
Support collaborative research studies between the nursing programs and nursing service to demonstrate effectiveness of Newly Licensed Registered Nurse Residency Programs.
SUBJECT: Resolution Establishing Principles to Guide the Executive Council in Discussions with Other Unions Representing Registered Nurses
requiring that a registered nurse be on duty in the home 24 hours a day, seven days a week;
baby boomers--now in their early 60s--age, the number of registered nurses in the United States is not keeping up.
Other changes the rural nurse managers made included replacing registered nurses with less costly licensed practical nurses for 9 % of the changes.
Importantly, for registered nurse positions, these petitions can only be filed if the nurse has satisfied both credentialing and licensure requirements enumerated under the law.
The training course lasts for three years, after which students are rewarded with a higher education diploma and become qualified as a registered nurse.
The first model for a camp SNI is that of a nursing student preceptored by an onsite registered nurse hired as the camp nurse.
In many health care settings, patients encounter a registered nurse well before seeing a physician or nurse practitioner.
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