nursing assignment

nurs·ing as·sign·ment

the method(s) by which the patient care load is distributed among the nursing personnel available to provide care.
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The thought of driving an enormous SUV, full of people, through New York City during rush hour seemed far more daunting than my worst nursing assignment.
Over half of new graduate nurses leave their first professional nursing assignment in less than one year.
The tradition of a block nursing assignment did not serve the needs of our stroke population.
The link between nursing assignment and distance to or between patients also is worthy of scrutiny.
12(12) regarding leaving a nursing assignment does not apply to the situation in which the nurse completes his/her scheduled shift, and then turns in notification of job resignation.
She also had nursing assignments at UMass Memorial Medical Health Care in Worcester, Health Center at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, and in San Antonio, Texas, Indianapolis, Ind.
Traditional nursing assignments, such as direct patient care, nursing administration, and nursing education, provide various options for continuing education focus areas.
Nurses have the professional responsibility to take on only nursing assignments for which they are competent (NANB, 2007).
Nor were they interested in her postwar nursing assignments in private duty (No.
The AIS also provides an impartial way to justify changes in current nursing assignments as well as predict staffing needs for future shifts.
I'm currently working temporary nursing assignments and I've rolled over my 401(k), but I'm also interested in stocks like WalMart and Walgreens.
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