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They fulfil a vital and valuable role in supporting the registered nursing workforce in the provision of nursing care, and, as Chief Nursing Officer I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank them for the job that they do.
When the GulfWar started in 1990, she volunteered to help as a nursing officer in the region.
Pediatrics has always been my passion, and being away from an academic environment made me realize how important that collegial partnership is to me as a Chief Nursing Officer," said Givens.
Next, Charlotte McArdle, Chief Nursing Officer Northern Ireland explained the picture in NI.
THE Health Minister has announced the appointment of three deputy chief nursing officers.
INNOVATION: Isatu Kargbo (left) with chief nursing officer Mark Radford, Chris Rogers, of Kimberly-Clark, matrons Elaine Clarke and Kate Prevc
TWO student nurses from Aintree University Hospital met with England's Chief Nursing Officer to discuss their efforts to bring care and compassion to the frontline.
The Chief Nursing Officer for Wales said satisfaction with nutrition, personal hygiene, dignity in care and communication with staff continued to get better.
Cowen lives in Harlingen and currently works as a consultant in nursing practice and interim chief nursing officer.
The 'Energise for Excellence' programme is a national initiative led by Dame Christine Beasley CBE, Chief Nursing Officer for England, which calls on all frontline nursing staff across the country to share their ideas for improving care and creating positive experiences for patients and staff.
Her current position is Vice President, Chief Nursing Officer at Schneck Medical Center, Seymour.
In other hospital news, Gretchen Aguilar, a registered nurse from Wenatchee, was named temporary chief nursing officer (CNO) in October.