SRN


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SRN

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
(Medicine) State Registered Nurse
Translations

SRN

[ˌɛsɑːrˈɛn] n abbr (Brit) =State Registered Nurseinfermiera diplomata (dopo corso triennale)
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In addition to reducing road closures by 3,600 a year, HE expects NOMS to provide significant safety advantages for its workers, eliminating 14,400 hours of challenging nighttime work on the SRN.
Whatever the cost, care homes should be under the control of the NHS and managed by properly trained carers with similar training to that of our excellent SRNs.
Aiken and colleagues (2007) designed a study to shed some light on contradictory results of research on the outcomes of SRN use by examining whether the features of hospitals that employed a high proportion of SRNs explained negative outcomes associated with SRN use, to the extent that negative outcomes could be documented.
I assume the meaning of the letters SRN, which followed the name, stands for State Registered Nonsense for I cannot believe that a practising nurse could write such rubbish.
If anyone has seen Savage, or has any information that may help police locate him, you can contact officers on 101 quoting reference srn 0197028 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Am I right in thinking the two tier system of SEN and SRN nursing has gone now?
I trained there as an SRN and spent many happy years working there.
We always used to have different grades for nurses: SRN, SEN, nursing assistants, etc.
The Senate also adopted SRN 614, concurring in the ratification of an Agreement establishing ASEAN+3 Macroeconomic Research Office (AMRO), and SRN 616, concurring in the Convention on Cybercrime.
As an SRN (trained years ago 1944-48) I was amazed at all the equipment etc.
Has the two tier SEN SRN categories of nurses completely diasappeared now?