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SRN

Abbrev. for State Registered Nurse.
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Successful candidates completing its three year courses then must apply for a nursing license from the Ministry of Health and Sanitation before being certified as a state registered nurse (SRN).
I qualified as a State Registered Nurse in Liverpool, England in 1973 and thereafter attended a theatre nurse course and then qualified as a district nurse in 1974.
State registered nurse Stephanie Roberts has only been employed at Penybryn for two months but says she has fallen in love with her new work place.
As a state registered nurse Emma cleaned dirty beds and tended bloodied car crash victims for pounds 6.
When she was training as a State Enrolled Nurse she was top student, and during training to be a State Registered Nurse she was top of her course.
As a result, the portraits show a range of different workers from Sister Childes, a state registered nurse at ICI Billingham, to process worker Ellen McCoy and James Jackson, the foreman of the plant that made Perspex.
Pictured handing over the cheque to nurse Melanie Troop are Jasmin Johnson, Loreena Augustine, Christopher Askham and Patrick Bereton, with deputy head Mrs Naomi Johnson, who produced the concert, auxiliary nurse Joan Townend, and state registered nurse Julie Barton (tmc090114NOSTJAN92_09) | SMART WORK: Junior members of Livingstone Church, which meets at Crosland Moo Community Centre, have raised PS100 for the children's charity NSPCC by filling empty sweet tubes with coins.
In the 60s and 70s it was necessary to have undertaken three years' general training which included both surgical and medical nursing and to have qualified as a State Registered Nurse before being accepted to train as a midwife for a further 12 months.
If NHS hospitals are to make savings I would suggest the following: | Examine the salaries of those at the top, and reduce their numbers; | Abandon costly degree-level nursing, and return to a) the more effective method of teaching on the wards, and b) the good and respected State Registered Nurse.
Karen was a self-made woman who had joined the RAF at 17 and qualified as a state registered nurse before joining the Prison Service.
AUC's nursing class carried a 100 percent pass rate on the state registered nurse board exam, placing it among the top nursing schools.
After marrying, Maria continued her training at the Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital, qualifying as a State Registered Nurse in 1971.
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