student nurse


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stu·dent nurse (SN),

a student in a program leading to certification in a form of nursing; usually applied to students in an RN or practical nurse program.

stu·dent nurse

(SN) (stū'dĕnt nŭrs)
A student matriculated in a nursing program; may be diploma, associate degree, baccalaureate, or master's program.
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That's the same amount of time that I spent in a clinical practice when I was a student nurse in the 1970s.
Despite all of these wonderful attributes, I cannot stress enough the significance of volunteering as a student nurse.
Fellow student nurse Anthony Brown also later alleged he had seen Mr Carthy pulling the pensioner by both wrists along a corridor.
Mark Gaudet has been actively involved in several student nurse organizations, and took on the role of organizing and overseeing the establishment of the university's AAMN Chapter.
This planner for student nurses contains one-year monthly and weekly calendars, a reference handbook, and a phone and address directory to help them stay organized.
As a student nurse, he is required to participate in work placements at hospitals alongside his studies.
A STUDENT nurse should not have given the injection which killed a 91-year-old grandmother while she was still training, an inquest heard.
Student Nurse Access to ANA Member-only Information: Student nurses do have free access to ANA Member-Only information.
Student nurse learning within a clinical environment is an essential component of Bachelor of Nursing curricula in New Zealand.
They are often accompanied by a student nurse who observes the service.
In this tragic Michigan case, a student nurse administered prescribed antibiotics, not as prescribed, but intravenously instead of orally.
Simple random sampling was used to ensure that every student nurse from each nursing college had an equal chance of being chosen.

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