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nurse

1. a person, usually a woman, who tends the sick, injured, or infirm
2. Zoology a worker in a colony of social insects that takes care of the larvae

What does it mean when you dream about a nurse?

Dreaming of a nurse suggests a need to be taken care of and to be healed. It also sometimes indicates a healing is in progress. This dream also implies that strained or unpleasant conditions are being set aright.

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One of a nurse manager's key roles is to bring out the best in their team.
The former nurse manager, who no longer works for Zoe's, is set to face a misconduct hearing next month Picture by DOUG MOODY
During the three-day program, the curriculum was supplemented with a webinar led by Deborah Baker, Director of Surgical Nursing at Johns Hopkins Hospital; and Gina Szymanski, Nurse Manager, Oncology, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
In the first year of this project, 86 nurse managers and public health nurses have received the educational training and 60 persons have received the coaching training, many of these individuals are in senior administrative positions in facilities or in the community.
There's alarming data about the exodus of nurse managers and their short tenure and high attrition, but there's a strong correlation between staff nurses' positive relationship with their nurse manager and their engagement and longevity.
Take the first step to being recognized as a certified corrections nurse manager or a certified corrections nurse.
Irene Feore worked as a nurse manager in the Alzheimer's Society in Drimnagh, Co Dublin, when she became ill in 2002.
The nurse manager is crucial to the success of the goals of the institution and often this success is a result of the manager's ability to affect staff attitudes and care.
When Greg Wainman, was nurse manager at Birchwood Health Care Center in Lake, Minn., he was concerned about staff misconceptions about pain management and treatment, and that staffers were reacting to pain rather than being proactive.
Jo Tweedy, clinical nurse manager based in the emergency assessment unit at Walsgrave Hospital, said: "The grant has allowed us to look at our departments and do cosmetic work which may not always be given such a high priority."
The largest change made was the nurse manager worked in a department as a RN accounting for 62% of the changes made.
It all means exciting new career opportunities for paediatric nurses - not least for one senior nurse manager who is still to be recruited to head up the service redesign in A&E.