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Among them was a registered nurse from Baltimore who spoke on the condition of anonymity for privacy reasons.Most nursing home workers don’t want the vaccine. Here’s what facilities are doing about it.|Rachel Chason, Rebecca Tan, Jenna Portnoy, Erin Cox|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
A registered nurse who volunteered with the group categorized it as a “disaster of an operation.”Philadelphia let ‘college kids’ distribute vaccines. The result was a ‘disaster,’ volunteers say.|Antonia Noori Farzan|January 27, 2021|Washington Post
Despite being a registered nurse, Matthews has been unable to land a job.‘We are struggling’: Unemployed Americans face a bleak Christmas|Lee Clifford|December 24, 2020|Fortune
Villavicencio, who is 38, grew up and got her training as a registered nurse in the Philippines.In a relentless pandemic, nursing-home workers are worn down and stressed out|Will Englund|December 3, 2020|Washington Post
The company uses registered nurses to test workers coming into private homes.
In 1989, a newly registered Republican in Louisiana named David Duke won his only election by a fluke.
Not quite, but at one point the temperature registered 29 below zero, with 21 inches of snow.Speed Read: The Juiciest Bits From the History of ‘Purple Rain’|Jennie Yabroff|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Goff says he registered a postal forwarding service there.
But Olds did more than build Nurse-Family Partnership; he did the rigorous evaluation to prove it would work.
Consider Nurse-Family Partnership, one of the best examples of evidence in action.
There were other children beside, and two nurse-maids followed, looking disagreeable and resigned.The Awakening and Selected Short Stories|Kate Chopin
And sure enough when Sunday came, and the pencil was restored to him, he promptly showed nurse his picture.
Jean clung to his English nurse, who played the fascinating game of pretending to eat his hand.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
A small boy of three years and nine months on receiving from his nurse the familiar order, "Come here!"
Here he can inspect what he sees, say the reflection of the face of his mother or nurse, and compare it at once with the original.