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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This consultation focuses on transport services at night by taxi or private vehicles with driver state registered nurses (FDI) between nursing homes Annie Girardot located place de Rungis in the 13th arrondissement of Paris and nursing homes Garden plants located 18/22 rue Poliveau 75005 Paris.
We had State Enrolled Nurses and State Registered Nurses, recognised by their different uniforms.
Finally, the authors of "The Prevalence of Horizontal Violence in New York State Registered Nurses" discuss the findings of a survey of nurses' knowledge of horizontal violence (HV) that was made possible through the cooperative efforts of the New York Organization of Nurse Executives' Research Council, NYSNA, the Foundation of New York State Nurses, and the six regional research alliances.
Under his Leadership, mental hospitals began to employ state registered nurses (RNs) as tutor-sisters, the first one being appointed at Porirua Hospital in 1928.
The group of eight is made up of one sister, four auxiliary nurses and three state registered nurses.
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