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RNSRemote Node Service
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RNSReliable Network Server
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RNSReal Network Solutions
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RNSRinnovamento Nello Spirito (Italian: Renewal in the Spirit)
RNSRibonukleinsäure (German: RNA)
RNSResidue Number System
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RNSRadio Network Subsystem (GPRS)
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RNSRencontre Nationale Sportive (French: National Sports Meet)
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RNSResearch Needs Statements
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RNSRuth Newman Shapiro Regional Cancer Center (Atlantic City, NJ)
RNSRemote Network Support (Illinois)
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RNSRadar Navigation Set
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RNSReally Neat Stuff, Inc (Downers Grove, IL)
RNSReference Number Section
RNSRefit Notification Signal
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At the facility level, RNs assume a leadership role in advancing the mission of the organization, nurturing strong and productive care teams, and ensuring compliance with the multitude of nursing home standards.
Data on RNs between the ages of 21 and 64 were used in this analysis for the years 2003-2013; RNs reporting working fewer than 30 hours in a typical week were recorded as 0.5 full-time equivalents (FTE).
During the years in question, Oklahoma saw a dramatic increase in the number of RNs in their 20s and 30s.
For RNs over age 65, this percentage drops to less than 50 percent.
Their scope of practice is broad and extends well beyond the prescribed/limited scope proposed by other jurisdictions for RNs. The use of medical directives, although not considered prescribing, allows RNs in NB to support client care by providing timely, evidence-based interventions (e.g., immunizations, insulin dose adjustment).
To be consistent with previous projections, RNs reporting working fewer than 30 hours in a typical week were recorded as 0.5 full-time equivalents (FTE).
Approximately 13 percent of RNs report they are planning to leave their nursing position within the next year with low wages, stress and lack of respect the primary reasons for that decision.
Warden: First let me say that NADONA shares the concerns of the American Nursing Association and the state nursing organizations as they relate to large numbers of RNs suffering layoffs in the acute setting.
The survey contains information on demographics, earnings, hours worked, industry sector, and employment of over 3,000 RNs employed in nursing each year.
The 2008 NSRN contained sections assessing RNs' perceptions of health policy issues and the Presidential election (see Buerhaus, Ulrich, Donelan, & DesRoches, 2008), the nursing shortage, quality of the hospital environment, quality of patient care, awareness of the J&J Campaign, and other topics (see Buerhaus et al., 2009).
Because RNs compose the largest group of nurses in the nursing workforce, we concentrate on the labor market activity of the current supply of RNs.
It was the intent of the researcher to determine if occupational commitment could be demonstrated to be causal to RNs intent to leave the nursing profession; then strategies for retaining nurses in the profession could be devised.