supernurse

supernurse

(ˈsuːpəˌnɜːs)
n
(Medicine) (in Britain) an experienced senior nurse on an elevated salary who is responsible for running clinics and managing nursing teams
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Identified subthemes of supernurse included: extraordinary powers used for good; cloak of invulnerability; no sidekick; Krpytonite, and an alterego.
AFTER serving as theatre manager at Auckland's North Shore Hospital for 28 years, Maxine Calver RN has joined specialist agency Supernurse as its new Clinical Resources Manager based in Auckland, responsible for staffing.
David is furious that his dad doesn't want to take him with him, but I'm more worried about the future of Weatherfield General without their supernurse, who's always been on hand whenever anyone is ill.
A FLORENCE Nightingale-type supernurse was appointed yesterday to lead the war on hospital superbugs.
Supernurses bring questions on registration: The emergence of a new breed of 'supernurse' in the NHS has raised the pressing question of registration.
A new breed of supernurse will train alongside medical students in an effort to tackle the problem of junior doctor hours.
The new breed of supernurse will train alongside medical students and carry out some routine duties normally done by doctors.
The irony is that if there had been the opportunity then to become a Supernurse, I might never have taken the path to being a doctor.
SUPERNURSE Lorna Campbell yesterday collected an award for her role in caring for cancer victims.
Lia finds it easier to play supernurse than supermum, but she has to decide how much of a part she wants to play in her daughter's life.
One patient used to send her letters calling her Supernurse.
SUPERNURSE Simon O'Donovan has been appointed as a nurse consultant.