CURN


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CURNConduct and Utilization of Research in Nursing (Michigan Nurses Association)
CURNCertified Urologic Registered Nurse
CURNCertified Urologic Nurse
CURNCustomizable Utilitarian RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Notifier (web feed notifier)
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Barbara Baron, BSN, RN, CURN, is a Staff Nurse, Urology Outpatient Clinic, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY.
Fry AM, Shay DK, Holman RC, Curns AT, Anderson LJ (2005) Trends in hospitalizations for pneumonia among persons aged 65years or older in the United States, 1988-2002.
Soud FA, Cortese MM, Curns AT, Edelson PJ, Bitsko RH, Jordan HT, et al.
A formidable presence onstage--his Mercutio (noted below) was electrifying--Ben Curns was a riveting Hamlet (First Quarto).
Turcios RM, Curns AT, Holman PC, et al; for the National Respiratory and Enteric Virus Surveillance System Collaborating Laboratories.
With Geoffrey Dawe (Petruchio), Denise Cormier (Katherina), Miriam Lipner (Bianca), Nicholas Stannard (Baptista), Benjamin Curns (Sly), Steven Eng (Grumio), David Bachrach (Gremio), Marc Greece (Lucentio), Peter Herrick (Hortensio), Adam Rayan (Lord), Greg Dubner (Tranio), Gretchen Howe (Widow).
We thank Garrett Breazeale, Kristen Pretty, Randy Hengartner, and the CHCO Clinical Microbiology Laboratory staff for their assistance with specimen collection and diagnostic testing; Teri Schreiner, John Maloney, and Nicholas Stence for their assistance with the neurologic and radiologic aspects of the AFM cases; Aaron Curns for his help with statistical analyses; Amber Haynes, Marc Fischer, Lisa Miller, and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment staff for their assistance with the investigation; and the staff of the CDC Division of Viral Diseases for their input at all stages of this outbreak and analysis.