CNMS

AcronymDefinition
CNMSCenter for Nanophase Materials Sciences (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
CNMSCenter for Nanoscale Materials (Argonne National Laboratory; Argonne, IL)
CNMSConverged Network Media Server
CNMSCustomer Network Management System
CNMSCommunication Navigation Mission Systems (US Air Force)
CNMSCustomer Network Management Service
CNMSCompaq Network Management System
CNMSConsolidated Network Management System
CNMSCommunications Network Management System
CNMSCommon Network Management System (AT&T)
CNMSComputer Network Management System
CNMSCentre for Near and Middle Eastern Studies (Marburg, Germany)
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Certified midwives (CMs) are also licensed, independent healthcare providers who graduated from a midwifery education program accredited by ACME and have passed the same national certification examination as CNMs. CMs are usually not registered nurses.
The usual CNM, Anne Esson, was in Wellington when she heard the news.
Pour la representante du CNMS, les "anciens sportifs" ages de plus de 40 ans qui desirent reprendre une activite physique doivent etre particulierement vigilants.
Army, CNMS will provide personnel, management, administration and clerical functions as needed to dispatch emergency first responders, monitor intrusion detection and fire alarm systems, perform National Crime Information Center queries and provide a non-emergency telephone answering service at the base.
HB 793 does not contain any changes for nurse practitioners licensed in the category of CNM or CRNA.
* CNMs specialize in the care of pregnant women who are having low-risk pregnancies.
APRNs have received an NPI NPI counts jurisdiction APRNS CNM CRNA NP CNS U.S.
The legislation reversed that restrictive policy that CNMs and direct-entry midwives be allowed to register birth certificates directly.
On the other hand, the use of sol-gel technique has the flexibility to be implemented in different carbon nanomaterials (CNMs) which could bring different results depending on the CNMs used due to differences in morphology allowing the attachment of metal oxides during the synthesis on the inner and outer surfaces of the CNMs in the case of hollow CNFs.
Allowing Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNMs) to practice independently results in positive benefits for mothers and babies, and lower health care costs.
Data was collected from September to December 2013 through two focus groups with DONs, the HSM and CNMs, and 10 semi-structured interviews with CNMs.