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Synonyms for nurse




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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Kaiser Permanente is known for having certified nurse midwives at its hospitals.
One study revealed that certified nurses scored higher on total professionalism and autonomy than non-certified nurses (Kaplow, 2011).
The goals are to acknowledge the certified nurse educator as an advanced specialty role; recognize the role's knowledge, skills, and abilities required to demonstrate excellence; reinforce the nurse educator competencies; and promote lifelong learning through professional development.
That way, when the time comes to deliver, the mother is familiar and comfortable with the certified nurse midwife who is on call at that time.
The clinics, which will be staffed by certified nurse practitioners, will provide diagnosis and treatment of common family illnesses, administer vaccines, conduct physical examinations and perform diagnostic screenings.
and Canada, the Nursing Credentialing Research Coalition (NCRC) conducted a study to explore characteristics of the certified nurse (Cary, 2001).
In Zimbabwe, certified nurse and traditional midwives play an important role in maternal health care delivery.
Eighty percent of the staff are certified nurse assistants; the other 20% are licensed practical nurses, registered nurses and in-office help.
Tenders are invited for Certified Nurse Training Program
The language specifies that an RN determines competency of the certified nurses assistant and is no liable for the independent actions of the certified nurse assistant's performance of these tasks.
I believe they would be especially proud of the 3500 certified nurse educators who use the credential CNE.
It is a pleasure to recognize her in this column for her achievements as a certified nurse who truly embodies lifelong learning
Of course, NLN family members are most proud of our own Certified Nurse Educators (CNEs), and we continue to recognize their accomplishments in a range of venues.
O'Loughlin, director of Vocational-Technical Programs at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School, has announced that all of the juniors in the Health Occupations program have passed the state Certified Nurse Assistant examination.
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