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CNA

abbr.
certified nurse assistant
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CNA

(in South Africa) abbreviation for
(Journalism & Publishing) Central News Agency, a national stationery chain
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CNA's Specialty Lines provides professional and management liability, financial and other specialized property and casualty insurance products and services, with positions in insurance and risk management solutions for aging services, nurses, dentists, architects & engineers, lawyers, accountants and real estate agents.
The acquisition is to be carried out by way of a merger under the Bermuda Companies Act, CNA said in a statement.
From the onset, members of the Study Group agreed to work together in preparing to write their CNA Certification Exam.
"We are listening to our agents and working to provide valuable business insurance solutions," said Barbara Flanigan, vice president of Business Process & Technology, CNA Small Business.
When her CNA asked what she was shouting about, the resident told the aide about pain she was experiencing in her right shoulder.
CNA Financial declared a quarterly dividend of USD 0.35 per share, payable September 5, 2019 to stockholders of record on August 19, 2019.
Chicago-based commercial property/casualty insurer, CNA, has appointed Jose Ramon Gonzalez as executive vice president and general counsel.
We are proud to be working with CNA Hardy, their cyber policyholders can access GamaSec for no additional charge.
CNA Hardy beefed up its cyber policy with a new pre-breach service and additional coverages.
'We do not have the power to disallow provisions of CNA. We only register them only if they want their CNA to be registered,' CSC Commissioner Aileen Lizada told BusinessMirror in an interview, noting that there is already an issuance from the Public Sector Labor-Management Council (PSLMC) prohibiting the Human Resource Relation Office (HRRO) from interfering with CNAs.
When you think about the lack of control over one's surroundings when admitted to a hospital or nursing home, the CNA becomes an integral, important part of one's life.
26, and his family decided to donate his heart, liver, kidneys, corneas, and blood vessels so that patients who are in need of donor organs can continue to live because of the love from Wang Huang, CNA reported.