The profession or practice of providing care for the sick and infirm,
The profession or practice of providing care for the sick and infirm
the work of caring for the sick or injured or infirm
the profession of a nurse
nourishing at the breast
(nurse) one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
(nurse) try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
(nurse) harbor: maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings); "bear a grudge"; "entertain interesting notions"; "harbor a resentment"
is a healthcare profession focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life from birth to death.
Nursing in the United Kingdom has a long history, but in its current form probably dates back to the era of Florence Nightingale, who initiated schools of nursing in the latter part of the 19th and early 20th centuries. ...
(Nurse (album)) Nurse was the first major label album released by the band Therapy?. It was released on November 2, 1992 on A&M Records. The album was mainly recorded at Loco Studio in Caerleon, Wales, apart from "Gone" which was recorded in Annamoe, Ireland. ...
(Nurse (band)) Nurse is a rock band, originally coming together in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2004. The band formed when the remnants of the defunct progressive rock band Sonorus asked the singer of the dissolving rock band Seraphim to sing for them. They released their first album Walking Past in 2004.
(Nurse (Romeo and Juliet)) The Nurse is a major character in William Shakespeare's classic drama Romeo and Juliet. It is revealed later in the play by Lord Capulet that the Nurse's real name is Angelica. ...
(Nurse (Silent Hill)) The survival-horror video game series Silent Hill features a large cast of characters created by Konami's Team Silent.
A wet-nurse; A person (usually a woman) who takes care of other people’s young; A person trained to provide care for the sick; to breast feed; to care for the sick; to treat kindly and with extra care; to drink slowly
(Nurse) A licensed practical nurse, a registered nurse, or other individual who is licensed by the appropriate state agency to provide nursing services.
("Nurse") means a person who is properly qualified and registered to be a medical nurse in Australia.
(NURSE) Nurses work in a variety of different areas and sometimes specialised in certain fields. They can work in hospitals, in the community or have a base in a health care setting. ...
(NURSE) Self-diagnosis; trying to bring something back to health (e.g. revitalize a relationship, belief, goal, etc.) / Wanting to be nurtured or taken care of; being dedicated to something or someone / A medical issue that needs attention
(Nurse) (1980) - Kelly O'Brien
(Nurse) A caregiver that often has no medical responsibilities; when associated with children, the equivalent of a nanny
(Nurse) A person who wakes u up to give you sleeping pills.
(Nurse) A player who is protecting and maintaining a small poker chip stack while in a tournament style game in order to try to hold onto their tournament life while other players in the tournament get eliminated, placing them higher within the final standings and hopefully within the paid ...
(Nurse) A tree species in a mixture that is planted to protect, or enhance the growth of, a more sensitive species intended to form the final crop, e.g. pine nursing oak or larch nursing beech. The nurse crop is usually removed during the early thinning stage.
(Nurse) Enfermera Football player: Futbolista
(Nurse) From the hosptial, checks on Father Peter
(Nurse) Mammals have the ability to produce milk to help feed their babies. A mother nurses her babies by feeding them this milk, which has all of the nutrients a baby needs to survive. The babies eat only milk for a while--sometimes for several months. ...