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Np

The symbol for neptunium.

NP

abbr.
1. neuropsychiatry
2. notary public
3. noun phrase
4. nurse practitioner
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np

abbreviation for
1. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing new paragraph
2. (Law) law nisi prius
3. (Library Science & Bibliography) no place of publication

np

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Nepal

Np

symbol for
(Units) neper
the chemical symbol for
(Elements & Compounds) neptunium

NP

abbreviation for
1. (Psychiatry) neuropsychiatric
2. (Psychiatry) neuropsychiatry
3. (Law) Also: np Notary Public
4. (Grammar) noun phrase
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NP

nurse-practitioner.

Np


Chem. Symbol.
neptunium.

N.P.

1. new paragraph.
2. no protest.
3. notary public.

n.p.

1. new paragraph.
2. no pagination.
3. no protest.
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Np

The symbol for neptunium.
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NP

No problem
Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words by Diagram Group Copyright © 2008 by Diagram Visual Information Limited
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.NP - a radioactive transuranic metallic elementNp - a radioactive transuranic metallic element; found in trace amounts in uranium ores; a by-product of the production of plutonium
metal, metallic element - any of several chemical elements that are usually shiny solids that conduct heat or electricity and can be formed into sheets etc.
2.NP - a registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physicianNP - a registered nurse who has received special training and can perform many of the duties of a physician
registered nurse, RN - a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
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Reichheld believes that one question works best for most mature and competitive industries to predict customer behavior: "How likely is it that you would recommend our company to a friend or colleague?" This is the ultimate question that enables you to calculate your company's NPS. Those who answer that question with the highest rating are labeled "promoters"--and the more promoters your company has, the bigger its growth.
* NPs working in primary care settings reported a median salary of $82,000.
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So when her colleague at Hauraki Primary Health Organisation (PHO), Michelle Rohleder, along with Hilde Mullins, nurse lead at Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, started a support group for NPs in 2016, Battaerd was keen.
Nurse practitioners (NPs) are helping to bridge the gap, not only in primary care but also in specialty practice, including care of the neurosurgical patient.
Hilary Barnes, Ph.D., from the University of Delaware in Newark, and colleagues assessed trends in NP presence in primary care practices and how state policies such as scope-of-practice laws and expansion of eligibility for Medicaid may encourage or inhibit the use of NPs.