edge runner

edge runner

[′ej ‚rən·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
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Rantz earned the Academy's Edge Runner distinction for the Aging in Place Project allowing people to age in place and avoid or delay hospitalizations.
NNCC Chief Executive Officer Tine Hansen-Turton, MGA, JD, an Edge Runner, is a prominent example of the influence of the American Academy of Nursing's Raise the Voice (RTV) campaign, touting the benefits of nurse-managed health centers on a host of panels and forums.
Today, you can win: a radio-control Ultradrift, 80-piece soldier and accessory set, M Medical Kit, Sweet Peas - My Little Ballerina doll, Hamleys' 250th Birthday Bear, Magic Drawing Board, Flash Spinner, 85 Classic Crayons, Let's Go Painting, Edge Runner, Tick Tock Clock, Rainbow Ring Stacker, 7 in 1 Games, Perfume Factory and a wooden kitchen.
Colleen Goode, PhD, RN NEA-CA, FAAN was named an Edge Runner by the American Academy of Nursing.
They can read a game and are quick enough to be an edge runner.
Raise the Voice Edge Runners are the practical innovators who have led the way in bringing new thinking and new methods to a wide range of health care challenges.
Her examples were truly inclusive, ranging from nurses in Malawi using cell phones for access to health information to the ANA Academy of Nursing Edge Runners, managing community health centers in the heart of our urban areas.
Edge Runners are individuals who are developing innovative solutions that eventually become mainstream.
Edge Runners are those people who are developing innovative solutions that eventually become mainstream solutions.