This book highlights selected words which have particular relevance for nursing. They reflect ways of thinking about being and becoming a compassionate nurse.
This little book reveals the philosophies that together form the core of every successful and fulfilled nurse--the inspirations, dreams, compassion, dedication, and strength that are impossible to acquire solely from a textbook or lab. By exploring the relevance of these every day words to the nursing profession 21 Words gives every nurse a source for thought provoking inspiration and meditation. Convert currency.
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Jeanine Young-Mason. Nearby words nuristan , nuristani , nurl , nurmi , nurmi, paavo , nurse , nurse a drink , nurse a grudge , nurse anesthetist , nurse crop , nurse practitioner. Nurse, nourish, nurture may be used almost interchangeably to refer to bringing up the young. Nurse, however, suggests attendance and service; nourish emphasizes providing whatever is needful for development; and nurture suggests tenderness and solicitude in training mind and manners.
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Word Origin and History for nurse 1 of 3 nurse. A person trained to care for the sick or disabled, especially one educated in the scientific basis of human response to health problems and trained to assist a physician. A wet nurse. An individual who cares for an infant or young child.
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To serve as a nurse. To provide or take nourishment from the breast; suckle. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company.