Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

an academic degree awarded on satisfactory completion of a 4-year course of study in a college or university. The recipient is eligible to take the national certifying examination to become a registered nurse. A BSN degree is a prerequisite to advancement in nursing education and advancement in many systems and institutions that employ nurses. Compare Associate Degree in Nursing, diploma program in nursing.
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Additional Education: Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, 1992; Masters of Education (Adult Education), University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, 1997; Certification in Quality Improvement Management, Canadian Healthcare Association, Ottawa, 2004.
Logistic regression analyses were conducted on the marks achieved for the courses of the various years of the bachelor of nursing program.
The Bachelor of Nursing Degree, for Registered Nurses, in Saint John first began in 1985 (Roberta Clark, personal communication, October 15, 2010).
Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, 1997; certificate in Nursing Health care and Leadership/ Management, McMaster University, 2002; currently pursuing masters of Nursing, Athabasca University, 2010.
Jacob Howell, associate member, third-year Bachelor of Nursing student, University of Newcastle.
Additional education: Bachelor of Nursing, University of New Brunswick, (1992), CNA Certification Emergency Nursing (1995-2010).
FAILURE TO invest in bachelor of nursing (BN) education and cutting costs by reducing nurse staffing may put hospitalised patients at greater risk of dying, a major European research study has found.
On the day I applied, I was informed by the NMB that it was not possible for it to register me, until they investigated the recognition of prior learning I had received for the two mental health subjects that were part of my Bachelor of Nursing degree through Charles Sturt University.
CHRISTCHURCH WILL be the only place in New Zealand where degree graduates can study for a bachelor of nursing (BN) and a masters of health science (MHSc) simultaneously, thanks to a new collaboration between Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT), University of Canterbury and Canterbury District Health Board (CDHB).
Eight Year 12 students recently passed the first two subjects of a Bachelor of Nursing through a pilot scheme at CSU in Orange, which guarantees them a place on the course, regardless of their HSC performance.
Entry to the new qualification is via a bachelor of health science, a bachelor of nursing or bachelor of nursing Pacific or educational equivalence.
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