CARING


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AcronymDefinition
CARINGCapital Area Roundtable on Informatics in Nursing
CARINGCaring, Accountability, Respect, Integrity, Nursing Excellence, Generation of Knowledge (AWHONN)
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They then see themselves as partners with management in creating a setting that is caring, safe and comfortable.
In caring for these children from the time they're practically newborn to when they're "teenagers" (ready to move on to the pretoddler rooms), some strong bonds form, says Ms.
In addition to changing the relationship between the public and the PWD, commodification of family support responsibilities could upset delicate balances in these caring relationships.
More than two centuries later, his legacy of caring lives on at Kearsley, an independent, nonprofit, senior care facility that provides a continuum of care for lower income adults.
We found ourselves with "units" caring for SCI patients when what we wanted was a seamless continuum of care.