RN definition

RN means Registered Nurse.
RN means a registered nurse with a valid general certificate of registration as a registered nurse in Ontario under the Nursing Act;

Examples of RN in a sentence

  • A Nurse who holds a “transitional license” will be placed at the appropriate level on the increment scale for the appropriate classification for the position (RN 2, RN 3, etc.).

  • A Nurse who holds a “temporary license” as that term is defined under the Registered Nurses Act S.N.S. 2006, c.21 and Regulations made thereunder, shall be paid at the rate of RN 1, until such time as the individual obtains an active practising license, when she or he will move to the appropriate classification for the position (RN 2, RN 3, etc.).

  • Cushman M, Lemaitre RN, Kuller LH, Psaty BM, Macy EM, Sharrett AR, Tracy RP.

  • As appropriate, the team may also include any of the following: a chiropractor, an RN, a case manager, a psychologist, a vocational specialist, or a certified biofeedback therapist.

  • Professionals from other disciplines likely to be involved include: a biofeedback therapist, an occupational therapist, a physical therapist, an RN, a psychologist, a case manager, an exercise physiologist, a psychiatrist, and/or a nutritionist.


More Definitions of RN

RN means registered nurse.
RN means a registered nurse who holds a current license from the Oregon State Board of Nursing pursuant to ORS chapter 678 and OAR chapter 851, division 045. An RN providing direct nursing services under these rules is either an independent contractor who is an enrolled Medicaid provider or an employee of an in-home care or home health agency that is an enrolled Medicaid provider.
RN means a registered nurse licensed under ch. 441, Stats., or a nurse who has a privilege to practice in Wisconsin under s. 441.51, Stats.
RN means the number of Ordinary Shares issued pursuant to the bonus issue.
RN means the number of MGL Ordinary Shares issued pursuant to the bonus issue; and
RN means a registered nurse licensed by the Oregon State Board of Nursing. An RN providing long term care community nursing services under these rules is either an independent contractor who is an enrolled Medicaid provider or an employee of an organization that is an enrolled Medicaid provider.