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Synonyms for system





Synonyms for system

an organized array of individual elements and parts forming and working as a unit

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts


the approach used to do something

Synonyms for system

(physical chemistry) a sample of matter in which substances in different phases are in equilibrium

a group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts

a procedure or process for obtaining an objective

the living body considered as made up of interdependent components forming a unified whole

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an ordered manner

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Research and evidence-based practice are overarching and core constructs in the Army Nursing Strategic Plan, and evidence-based decision making is a supporting leg of the Army Nursing System of Care.
The walk will also visit statues of our great Victorians such as William Rathbone, reformer, philanthropist and founder of our modern-day nursing system and, of course, lots more.
The second chapter summarizes the three main constituents of Orem's SCDTN: the theory of selfcare/dependent-care, self care deficits and the theory of nursing system.
If the baby can latch onto the breast, a supplemental nursing system would be preferred.
Tuomi logistiikka oy will tend to call a nursing system at the invitation of the tammenlehvas foundation with a subsequent call for tenders.
Within the NHS, the nursing system is well developed and includes nurse executives (performing at nursing office level and mainly leading resources), chief nurses (performing at a ward/unit/department level and mainly managing daily resources), and clinical nurses with patient care responsibility.
Despite these problems, Ofalia, who had already had ten years' registered nurse experience, found the four-week course helpful, particularly in orientating her to the New Zealand nursing system and culture.
When we look at all these facilities, there is no way we'll find a standard clinical nursing system--and in most cases any nursing system in place at all--that can give us the handful of data elements we need to proceed with our efforts.
The ANA asserts that the "what" is reflected in nursing system characteristics such as experience, expertise, education, control over practice, and collaboration, and that these characteristics war rant inclusion in legislation (ANA, 2005).
Don't buy a nursing system because it runs on a handheld.
For example, he knows that 1,800 nurses perform 130,000 transactions every day on the nursing system.
At the hub is Northeast Georgia Medical Center with two campuses that make up a 461-bed inpatient, 285-bed skilled nursing system staffed by physicians trained in a variety of medical specialties.
We were looking for something that was less complex and cumbersome than the typical skilled nursing system," said John Stambaugh, vice president of information technology at The Fountains.
The functional nursing system of delivery is characterized by an assembly line approach to care, in which each staff member is assigned a set of tasks (Ringl, 1994).
Lohmann and Rauscher is a international supplier of high-quality medical devices and hygiene products ranging from conventional dressing material to modern treatment and nursing systems.
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