masterate

masterate

(ˈmɑːstərɪt)
n
(Education) NZ a master's degree
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Internationally, masterate level education is promoted as the appropriate preparation for specialty areas and advanced nursing practice roles (Aiken et al., 2003; Currie & Watterson, 2009; Pelletier et al., 2003; Wilson-Barnett, 2006).
My masterate nursing research explored Nurse Practitioners' access to radiology and laboratory services.
Masterate Thesis, Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang.
The GRIF programme supports undergraduate, masterate, doctoral and post-doctoral research undertaken within New Zealand businesses.
Unpublished Masterate Thesis, Massey University: New Zealand.
Real rates of return to formal education(1) Per cent per annum Males Females Private Social Private Social University entrance(2) 13.5 13.4 14.7 13.7 Bachelors degree(3) 10.0 8.0 11.2 7.6 Masterate 4.5 2.1 17.2 5.8 Doctorate 11.3 4.0 n.a.
Unpublished Masterate thesis: University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Elsewhere, a CNS is defined as a Registered Nurse (RN) who, through both practice and masterate level education, has become an expert in a clinical area of nursing (Sparacino, 2005).
The vast majority of the early masterate and doctoral research studies were qualitative because we were inspired by Norma's teaching, and the visiting scholars:
The Nursing Council would formally regulate the role, set advanced nursing competencies, including those for prescribing, and monitor the masterate level education programmes (Ministry of Health, 2001).
The NENZ document positions nurse practitioner education at masterate level.
Much has changed about masterate education and we have finally largely left behind the preoccupation with the social sciences, ceased our endless condemnations of positivism and begun to focus much more closely on preparing nurses to be excellent clinicians at all levels.