Registered nurse

A nurse who has successfully undertaken three years of nursing training in the UK and whose name is held by the United Kingdom Central Council for Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors (UKCC) (to be replaced by the Nursing and Midwifery Council from April 2002).

registered nurse

[n] - a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
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registered nurse

<specialist> A trained medical professional who assists people in health care under the direction of a physician. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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registered nurse

RN noun a graduate nurse who has passed examinations for registration
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Registered Nurse

An individual that is trained to provide medical care to patients and administer medication under the supervision of a physician. A registred nurse acts as a patient's advocate and maintains a healthy relationship with the patient so that appropriate care is received. A registered nurse must be a graduate of a four-year program and also pass a st.....
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Registered Nurse

an individual who has studied nursing for 2, 3, or 4 years and who has passed a licensing examination.
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Registered Nurse

Your baby will have a nurse assigned to care for him/her each shift. Shifts vary between four and twelve hours. The nurse is responsible for all care of the infant and you can have daily contact with the RN assigned to your baby.
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