State Registered Nurse


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State Registered Nurse

(formerly in Britain) a nurse who had extensive training and passed examinations enabling him or her to perform all nursing services
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Ms Stride, a state registered nurse bought Plas Madryn in December from Mr De Arana.
The Ennis man is perhaps the only Country star in Ireland who combines a career as a state registered nurse with his love of Country music.
Following graduation as a state registered nurse, we had the opportunity to remain on either ward or department duties - bringing promotion to ward sister or superintendent of department - or following the path of administration.
She had worked there as a State Registered Nurse since September 1997.
The second was that she falsely stated on her application to the then North Wales Health Authority to become the matron of the Bodawen Nursing Home that she held the State Registered Nurse qualification - as required by law - when she did not.
Shaun Routledge, for Mark Darren Kelly, said: "He was a caretaker at Sunderland Hospital and as far as he was concerned she was a state registered nurse and was good at her job.
A reunion is planned next week in Huddersfield for many of the trainee nurses who joined the State Registered Nurse courses at the Infirmary throughout 1970.
Coun Hindmarsh, a former state registered nurse , district nurse and qualified midwife, said: "I was delighted to serve as the city's Sheriff and I am now looking forward to the challenge of becoming Newcastle's next Lord Mayor.
This begs the question as to how and why this lady was working in the medical profession as a state registered nurse and, in particular, as a state registered nurse for mental health sufferers," he said.
After gaining a number of GCSEs, she enrolled as a mature student for State Registered Nurse training.
Before opening our first private care home I was a hospital radiographer and my wife Heidi was a state registered nurse.
FOR too long women have dreaded telling their employers they are pregnant says Hilary Boyd, a state registered nurse and qualified marriage guidance counsellor.
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