The University of Calgary in Qatar has been recognised and accredited by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (CASN) for delivering excellence in nursing education.
What does CASN stand for?
CASN stands for Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing (Ontario, Canada)
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 7 other meanings of CASN in our Acronym Attic
- Centralized Acquisition and Sustainment Management Information System
- Canadian Shia Muslims Organization (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Combat Analysis Sustainability Model
- Create a Stress Map Online (geoscience resource)
- Chronic Angina Self-Management Program (cardiovascular medicine)
- Committee for the Advancement of Strong Motion Programs (US NSF)
- Company Aviation Safety Management Program (Transport Canada)
- Cornell Alumni-Student Mentoring Program
- Centre for Anaesthesia Skills and Medical Simulation (University of Western Australia)
- Centro de Asistencia del Sindicato Médico del Uruguay
- Career Academy Support Network (University of California, Berkeley)
- Charlotte Area Science Network (Charlotte, NC)
- Chemical Abstract Service (Registration) Number
- Childhood Agricultural Safety Network (Wisconsin)
- China AIDS Solidarity Network (international coalition)
- Colorado Association of School Nurses (Windsor, CO)
- Capacity Strengthening in Nutrition in Asia
- Center of Arts and Sciences of North America (California)
- Centre Académique pour la Scolarisation des Nouveaux Arrivants et des Enfants du Voyage (French: Academic Center for the Education of New Immigrants and Traveling Children)
- Civil Aviation Security Network (TSA Transportation Security Administration)
Samples in periodicals archive:
17-18, 2011 Articulating the Unique Value of Nursing 2011 Atlantic Region Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing Antigonish, NS >> www.
The Canadian Nurses Association and the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing have both agreed that increasing enrolments and renewed efforts to retain registered nurses in the workforce are equally important and necessary actions, if we are to achieve a sustainable solution to chronic shortages in the nursing workforce.