theatre nurse

Related to theatre nurse: operating theatre
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theatre nurse

n (Brit Med) → Op-Schwester f
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The former surgical theatre nurse has warned the region could be heading to a "crisis", with a lack of skilled young nurses taking up posts when others retire.
The hospital theatre nurse tried to stop an officer handcuffing her before she was placed in a police van.
Theatre nurse Ann Noonan said: "I'm embarrassed to say I'm 34 years nursing and I'm earning [euro]23 an hour.
A PHILANTHROPIST, a theatre nurse and a charity worker have been awarded honours from the Queen.
PARTNER Married to theatre nurse Stephen Coloma, 42
Novelita Alzate, a theatre nurse from Newport, who helped organize the celebration, arrived at the Royal Gwent in 2001, aged 29.
Over her 40-year nursing career she seems to have experienced all sorts, from being a theatre nurse assisting with operations, a health visitor running mass immunisation clinics, a midwife delivering babies, to being the senior matron in charge of a hospital.
Rachel Marsden graduated as an operating theatre nurse in 2004 and joined Medecins Sans Frontieres a few years later.
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Hind and Wicker (2006) describe the role of the theatre nurse as purposeful, dynamic and rewarding.
Sharon Morgan, a theatre nurse at West Wales General Hospital, Carmarthen, called herself "Misty" and promised a "full girlfriend experience".
Yvonne trained at Warwick Hospital, where she was a ward sister and theatre nurse, before moving to America.

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