CNL

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AcronymDefinition
CNLConfédération Nationale du Logement (French: National Confederation of Housing)
CNLCentre National du Livre (French: National Book Center)
CNLCancel
CNLClinical Nurse Leader
CNLCentre National de la Littérature (French: National Center of Literature; Luxembourg)
CNLColonel
CNLCityNightLine (German Rail)
CNLChronic Neutrophilic Leukemia (disease)
CNLC Numerical Library
CNLCentre Nautique de Lorient (French nautical center)
CNLCould Not Locate (various organizations)
CNLCommercial Net Lease (Orlando, FL)
CNLCaisse National du Logement (French: National Housing Fund; Algeria)
CNLCercle Nautique de Loctudy (French nautical club)
CNLCentre de Naturopathie Lausanne (French; Swiss naturopathy center)
CNLCompetitive Need Limitation (trade)
CNLControlled Natural Language
CNLCenter for Naval Leadership
CNLClub Nautique de Limoges (French nautical club)
CNLCatalog of Nonprofit Literature (database; Foundation Center)
CNLAllensworth State Park (Amtrak station code; Earlimart, CA)
CNLCambridge Newspapers Ltd. (UK)
CNLCompensated Neutron Log (oil industry)
CNLCommittee of National Liberation (World War II Italian group)
CNLCumulative Net Loss
CNLConstrained Natural Language (restricted set of nouns and verbs for requirements documents)
CNLCrocker Nuclear Lab
CNLCircuit Net Loss
CNLConical-Nose Lead (bullets)
CNLCertificate of Non-Licensure (Pennsylvania criminal legal document)
CNLColumbia, Newberry, and Laurens Railroad Company
CNLCambridge Neurodynamics Limited
CNLCanal de Noticias Lisboa (Portugal)
CNLCommission Nationale de Linguistique (French: National Linguistic Commission; Benin & Togo)
CNLSindal Airport, Denmark (IATA code)
References in periodicals archive ?
Being a clinical nurse leader (CNL) or manager is challenging.
Clinical Nurse Leader program curricula conform to the Institute of Medicine's (2001) recommendations to promote clinicians' effectiveness in complex organizational settings.
Recognizing the capacity of nurses to assume a leadership role in improving quality and safety in the health tare system, the American Academy of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has partnered with leaders in the health care system to develop a new nursing role known as the clinical nurse leader (CNL) (AACN, 2007).
The Clinical Nurse Leader role was piloted on one nursing unit at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC), Fort Bliss, Texas.
Opportunities for improving patient care through lateral integration: The clinical nurse leader.
Finally, the role and effectiveness of the Clinical Nurse Leader has largely been examined from the perspective of large urban health care settings.
In this edition, all chapters have been updated, with a new chapter on budgeting, and new information on the nursing practice doctorate and clinical nurse leader position, new technologies in health care, pandemic influenza and other mass casualty events, collective bargaining, patient safety, and compassion fatigue, and updated information on the nursing shortage and the NCLEX-RN test.
The "Clinical Expertise" chapter looks at the emerging role of the clinical nurse leader (CNL) and how this could potentially benefit both patients and the healthcare system in general.
Deirdre Kyne, clinical nurse leader for diabetes at the world-renowned centre, said: "A lot of people are still unaware of the dangers of diabetes, even though it's on the increase.
There continues to be discussion on the emergence of new roles such as Clinical Nurse Leader.
Gary Rees, deputy to the unit's clinical nurse leader Margaret Manley, told the inquest the staff member was "having difficulty getting through" to the police.
Broadmoor bosses confirmed: "A clinical nurse leader has been suspended on full pay.
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