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BSN

 
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
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BSN

Abbreviation for Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
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BSN

abbr.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
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BSN

Abbreviation for Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
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Ernestina Junyent-Iglesias, MSN, BScN, RN, is a Registered Nurse, Nephrology Department, Hospital del Mar, Barcelona, Spain.
(2009) reported similar views of their study participants that BScN graduates have a stronger educational background might have better professional impact later on as compared to those with no stronger foundation upon entry to nursing.
Sheila Rowed, RN BScN, is a staff nurse in neurosurgery at the Hospital for Sick Children.
Additionally, a two year programme leading to BScN degree is also available to registered nurses (RN) who have completed their Diploma course, and is the first programme of its kind in Pakistan.
However, later universal sampling approach was employed to invite all BScN students enrolled at the time of the study after approval was taken from the institutional ethical review committee.
Lisa Wolfs, MPH, BScN, RN, London, ON, Marta Kobrzynski, BSc, London, ON, Susan Huang, MD, PhD, FRCPC, London, ON, Christopher McIntyre, MD, PhD, FRCPC, London, ON, Guido Filler, MD, PhD, FRCPC, London, ON
Violatte Dushimiyimana, BScN, RN, is a Student in the University of Rwanda's Masters of Science in Nursing Program, Nephrology Track.
She officially announced the commencement of BScN generic programme and Post-RN BScN programme at Patel Institute of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.
They were flanked by 166 graduates: 153 receiving the bachelor's (BScN and PostRN BScN) and 13 receiving the master's degree.