CRANA

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CRANACouncil of Remote Area Nurses of Australia Inc (Alice Springs, NT, Australia)
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A lo largo de estos nueve anos, CRANA ha registrado un total de 21.250 noticias sobre medio ambiente publicadas en Diario de Navarra y Diario de Noticias.
Crana Electric, Inc is presently contracted to complete three interior fit-outs for renowned national retailers, Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond and Marshalls, and the company remains proactive in meeting the challenges that arise daily in interior construction.
Other catches of pink or humpback salmon, as they are also known, have been reported on the Foxford and Coolcronan fisheries on the Moy and the Owengarve river all in Co Mayo, the Galway Fishery and the Cong river on the Corrib system and the Drowes and Crana rivers in Donegal.
(5.) Seinera P, DiGregorio A, Arisio R, Decko A, Crana F.
The third classification of health care, tertiary care, usually involves long term treatment for disease or events that have resulted in physiological damage (Timby 2008) and is a large part of these nurses' role (CRANA 2008; DHCS 2008).
Since it's inception in 2002, Crana Electric, Inc., a full-service electrical contracting company, has established itself as a respected, professional organization known for its dedication to the project and to getting the job done.
Funding has been made available to a number of professional organizations to support rural and remote practice such as Association for Australian Rural Nurses (AARN), Council Remote Area Nurses Australia (CRANA), Council of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses (CATSIN), Rural Doctors Association of Australia (RDAA), Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM), Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH).
Callum, who was a pupil at the local secondary school Crana College, died instantly.
Whilst the issues of violence and personal safety in this context have long been acknowledged by numerous government and organisational bodies (CRANA 1992), it was not until the mid-nineties that Fisher et al (1996 p1) documented that remote area nurses experienced "frequent and serious episodes of violence, with verbal aggression, property damage and physical violence the most common".
The major players were the Association for Australian Rural Nurses Inc (AARN), the Council of Remote Area Nurses (CRANA) and the Australian Nursing Federation (ANF).