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There are more than 196,000 registered nurses in Illinois.
The loss of that potential should be acknowledged like any other death, said Susan Gibney, a clinical psychologist and registered nurse specializing in reproductive loss and fertility.
In Massachusetts, registered nurses earn about $30 an hour for home care, compared with $52 at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Under the agreement, registered nurses licensed in a participating state can practice in other NLC states without needing a separate license.
The Behavioral Health Division’s emergency department, formally known as psychiatric crisis service, is staffed by the equivalent of 71 full-time employees, including physicians, nurse practitioners, registered nurses and social workers.
In all of Eastern Ghouta, there are only 95 doctors — one per 4,200 people — and almost 400 registered nurses and midwives.
Wood is a veterinary technician and registered nurse.
The average salary for registered nurses in the Tuscaloosa metropolitan area is $58,160, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data.
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Definition of registered nurse for English Language Learners
: a nurse who has more training and experience than a licensed practical nurse and who has passed a special exam
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