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CNA

abbr.
certified nurse assistant

CNA

(in South Africa) abbreviation for
(Journalism & Publishing) Central News Agency, a national stationery chain
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Each CNA chose one resident with a history of bath refusal and aggressive behaviors with whom to try an individualized bathing approach.
Coming after nearly a year of controversy over the unionization effort, the recognition doesn't mean an end to union turmoil: a second union in competition with the CNA is also seeking to represent hospital workers and has filed a complaint with the state labor board.
But this CNA is also part of a group in short supply.
On April 21, 2011, CNA Financial and CNA Surety announced the entry into a definitive merger agreement providing for the acquisition of the shares of CNA Surety not already owned by CNA Financial and its subsidiaries.
Instead of the CNA representing RNs, and the CHEU (Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union) who would represent everybody else, the SEIU would represent everyone.
the depositary for the tender offer, as of the expiration of the tender offer, CNA Surety stockholders had validly tendered a total of 14,711,891 shares, with an additional 376,057 shares tendered by notice of guaranteed delivery.
The CNA filed the unfair practice charge against the hospital Tuesday, charging that the hospital has ``resorted to various unlawful means of interference, intimidation, harassment, and coercion of RN employees.
The transaction has been approved by the board of directors of CNA Surety, following the recommendation and approval of a Special Committee consisting of CNA Surety's three independent directors.
Once logged on to Agent Center, agents can visit the Sales and Marketing section to review, co-brand, print and email CNA sales sheets, brochures, flyers and other marketing materials.
CNA offers property insurance for numerous industries, including retail, technology, financial institutions, hotels/hospitality, commercial contracting/construction, manufacturing, real estate, health care and professional services.
Providing healthcare creates risks and physical therapists -- whether they are solo practitioners or employees of a hospital, school, physician practice or other healthcare organization - are vulnerable to professional liability claims," said Michael Scott, assistant vice president of Underwriting, CNA HealthPro.
PolicyCenter is a key enabler of our efforts to deepen our agency relationships and to enhance the accuracy and efficiency of our underwriting operations," said John Golden, chief information officer, CNA.