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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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In the first emergency department observed, the charge nurse can be given as an example for the role expansion of an emergency nurse.
Staffing the unit was described as the most important role for charge nurses and encompassed 90% of their time.
In applying this theory to the charge nurse, we focus on the demands of the role and on nurses' resources such as competencies, knowledge, clinical experience, and social support.
The DON and charge nurse can be your strongest links or your weakest.
If the case involved a patient infected with a resistant organism or excessive blood or fluid spillage, then the charge nurse may designate a "new" operating room be used for the next patient to prevent cleaning delays.
Orienting nurses to the charge nurse role and planning leadership education courses can be difficult because few clearly delineated competencies appear in the literature.
However, Liverpool crown court heard that he started struggling with a charge nurse and staff nurse Keith Morris came over to help calm him down.
I would also like to thank Mr Chris Sugden, charge nurse and sister Sally Lewis on West five and all the staff nurses and nurses for their wonderful nursing care.
she worked as a charge nurse on the surgical floor of a hospital in Gainesville, Fla.
Or just the click click of low hard heels on the ward floor as the dyspeptic charge nurse comes to see what the matter is?
The feeling of accomplishment is spectacular," said Patty Rodgers, a charge nurse at Regency Hospital of Hattiesburg.
The charge Nurse on receiving the same probe pointed out that it was the same probe bearing same serial number which had been misplaced/ stolen.
AN AUCKLAND-based Massey University nursing lecturer and the charge nurse of the infectious diseases ward at Auckland City Hospital are the two new NZNO board members, following last month's board elections.
The Senior Staff Charge Nurse leads a meeting with nurses and health care assistants in the A&E's seminar room to handover information about all the patients in minor, major, paedatric, resuscitation unit and waiting room departments.
WHEN Teesside charge nurse Martin Fletcher joined a bike-to-work scheme he hoped he might lose a few pounds.