staff nurse


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staff nurse

(formerly, in Britain) n
(Medicine) a qualified nurse ranking immediately below a sister
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staff nurse

n (Brit) → infermiere/a
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Yesterday, the job vacancy ad giving preference to those with Chinese language proficiency for the post of staff nurse at Putra Specialist Hospital went viral on social media such as Facebook and WhatsApp.
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Then to Ward 15 where a marvellous team of Sister Rebecca Macmillan, Staff Nurse Harriet and others, always smiling, always words of comfort and letting you know what's happening.
While at St Nicholas Nursing Home, also run by Bupa, in September, 2014, it is alleged he told a staff nurse: "You have lovely big t*** and I would love to suck on your nipples."
Jen Newman, 36, staff nurse, said: "My children, James, Ava, Will, and Belle, have given me lovely pictures they made at school which we hung around the house."
Nurses who participated in the survey were primarily employed as staff nurses (n=344, 74%), working full time (n=389, 84%) in a medical/surgical or intensive care unit (n=239, 55%).
A determined Eurfon has made a speedy recovery and is now a lecturer in engineering at Coleg Menai, and Annmarie will start a job as a staff nurse at Ysbyty Gwynedd following her treatment.
We'd like to congratulate the 2013 GNA award recipients, including Sarah Cartwright (Innovations in Nursing Practice Award), Linda Doyle (Staff Nurse Award), Nurses' Notes (Media Award), Patrice Pierce (Emerging Leader Award), Jim Cleghorn (Excellence in Partnership with Nursing Award), Joel Moorhead (Excellence in the Care of Older Adults Award), Kathleen Koon (Distinguished Service Award) and Linda Easterly (posthumous Woman of Vision Award, accepted by her husband Glenn Easterly).