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FTNFulton (Amtrak station code; Fulton, KY)
FTNFace the Nation (CBS News)
FTNFree the Nipple
FTNFedEx Trade Networks (shipping)
FTNFirme Transnationale (French: Transnational Firm)
FTNFrequent Transit Network (Canada)
FTNFaculty of Technical Sciences (Novi Sad, Serbia)
FTNFormer Trainees Network (Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari; Italy)
FTNForeign-Trained Nurse
FTNFrance Télé Numérique (French: France Digital TV)
FTNFranja Transversal del Norte (Guatemala region)
FTNFixed Telecoms Network (UK)
FTNFido Technology Networks
FTNFeedThe.Net (website)
FTNFamily Television Network
FTNFakultet Tehnickih Nauka (Serbian: Faculty of Technical Sciences; Yugoslavia)
FTNFEC to NHLFE Map (Multiprotocol Label Switching)
FTNFujitsu Telecom Networks (est. 1935; Japan)
FTNFinger-To-Nose (physical exam neurological test)
FTNFun Time Navy
FTNFiber Transmission Network
FTNForce Tracking Number
FTNFresenius Travel Nurses (Fresenius Medical Care; various locations)
FTNFree the Nukes
FTNFreak Ted Nugent (polite form of song by Goldfinger)
FTNFuture Tactical Network
FTNForget the Navy (polite form)
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Here we see 9 percent of the mixed-education nurses and 14 percent of the foreign-trained nurses, compared with only about 5 percent of the other two groups.
Recent legislation passed by Congress has made it easier for foreign-trained nurses to work in this country, which, as with the doctors, has aggravated the shortfall of nurses in their countries of origin.
There are also concerns about the 14,000 foreign-trained nurses on the UK register.
The percentage of foreign-trained nurses in the United States is 4%, compared to 8% in the United Kingdom and 23% in New Zealand (11).
Birmingham Specialist Community Health NHS Trust, the first in the West Midlands to take on six asylum seekers as nurses, is now planning to reach out to all foreign-trained nurses living in the region.
Between 1999 and 2002, the number of foreign-trained nurses based in the United Kingdom doubled.
The Web site already contains resources for foreign-trained nurses.
These "global" thoughts encompass consideration for foreign-trained nurses who reside legally in the United States and a program designed to prepare them for the steps required to obtain state nursing licensure.
In a related Internet piece, legislation to permit 500 foreign-trained nurses to work in short-staffed poor, rural, and inner-city hospitals was approved by a House Judiciary Committee.