SNAS

AcronymDefinition
SNASSlovak National Accreditation Service (Bratislava, Slovakia)
SNASSupporting New Academic Staff (UK)
SNASSecure Network Access Switch (Nortel Networks Corp.)
SNASSyndicat National des Abrasifs et Super-Abrasifs (French: National Union of Abrasives and Super Abrasives)
SNASSociety of Naval Architecture Students
SNASSignaling Network Analysis System
SNASSlovenska Narodna Akreditacna Sluzba (Slovak: Slovak National Accreditation Service)
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SNAs were observed in all 46 regions of the brain examined.
Almost all SNAs knew that daily tooth brushing is very important and that residents with dentures still need an annual dental examination.
By committing to building relevance, relationships, and revenue; the NEMSD is working to ensure that the future of SNAs remain vibrant, strong, and successful.
SNAs continue to have independent, incorporated and fiduciary Boards of Directors at the state level to manage strategic and financial decisions, events, local advocacy and legislative actions.
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Since the mid-1990s, ANA has recognized the critical need for empirical data about nurse staffing patterns and has pressed to identify nursing-sensitive indicators, establish data collection projects using these indicators within state nurses associations (SNAs), and lobby at federal and state levels for inclusion of these data elements within state and national data collection activities (ANA, 1999).
Spherical nucleic acids, or SNAs (1), were first introduced in our 1996 paper in Nature featured here.
NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC., (NASDAQ: NTCT), a provider of service assurance, security, and business analytics, has announced it has joined the Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) ecosystem, which encompasses OpenDaylight, OPNFV, ONAP, FD.io, PNDA and SNAS, the company said.
Spherical nucleic acids, or SNAs, are three-dimensional nanostructures, typically consisting of densely functionalized and highly oriented nucleic acids covalently attached to the surfaces of spherical nanoparticle cores.
Background: The BOD has conducted three electronic surveys since 2015 to gather information about structure including surveying the other 50 state nursing associations (SNAs), the CNA leadership, and current members.
In so doing, the ICN has charged the NNAs and the ANA has charged the state nurses associations (SNAs) with the responsibility of: (1) establishing, promoting, and maintaining programs which enable nurses to achieve a level of economic and social recognition commensurate with their contribution to society; (2) developing and maintaining mechanisms which support the negotiating rights of nurses, provide protection from exploitation, and balance equity and employment issues; and (3) developing training programs which adequately prepare nurse employees for resolving employment concerns (International Council of Nurses [ICN] Guidelines on Essential Services During Labour Conflict, 2010; Ketter, 1997; Tiedje, 2000).