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CNA

(1) (Certified NetWare Administrator) See Novell certification.

(2) (Converged Network Adapter) See FCoE.

(3) (Computer Network Attack) See DOD cyberspace glossary.
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Once towel bathing is learned, however, it can be done by a CNA working alone in less than 15 minutes, often in less time than it takes to give a tub bath.
The hospital board voted 4-0 last week to recognize the CNA after a count of cards turned in by union supporters showed that a majority of nurses wanted the union to represent them, officials said.
4] The distinction between CNA and licensed professional is not always clear to consumers, or even other health care workers.
On June 10, 2011, Surety Acquisition Corporation was merged with and into CNA Surety in accordance with the merger agreement.
Pro-CNA nurses and CNA officials characterized the move to bring in the SEIU as a last-minute ``desperate'' anti-union tactic devised by the board and administration to fight off the CNA unionization before new union-friendly board members are sworn in Dec.
As soon as practicable, CNA Financial will cause Surety Acquisition to complete a short-form merger with and into CNA Surety.
The hospital filed its complaint against CNA after receiving complaints from employees that they were getting calls from CNA representatives while at work, hospital officials said.
55 per share price represents a 38% premium to the closing price of CNA Surety's common stock on October 29, 2010, the last trading day prior to CNA's public announcement of its proposal to acquire the public minority stake in CNA Surety, and a 21% premium to CNA's original proposed price of $22 per share.
For more information, please contact a local CNA branch or visit www.
Any descriptions of coverage under CNA policies or programs in this press release are provided for convenience only and are not to be relied upon with respect to questions of coverage, exclusions or limitations.
Nationally, the average CNA insurance premium was $348 in contrast with an average paid indemnity payment of $39,857.
Working with CNA has helped make us a better company, and we look forward to continuing our relationship for many years to come.