The SimSuite Central Line Management Program provides information on incidence, prevalence, epidemiology, and direct and indirect costs associated with central line associated bloodstream infections," says Julibeth Petter, PhD, ACNS-BC, ANCC Board Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist and SimSuite Central Line Management Program Author.
What does CCNS stand for?
CCNS stands for Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist
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We have 20 other meanings of CCNS in our Acronym Attic
- Copper Cliff Nickel Refinery (Ontario, Canada)
- Charles County Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (Maryland)
- California Citrus Nursery Research and Education Program (California citrus nursery marketing order program)
- Child Care Nutrition Resource System (USDA)
- Acute/Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist (AACN Certification Corporation)
- California Citrus Nursery Society
- Canadian Congress of Neurological Sciences
- Cape Cod National Seashore
- Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (various locations)
- Center for Computational NanoScience (Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Massachusetts)
- Chicago City News Service
- Computer Controlled Navigation System
- Concerned Citizens for Nuclear Safety
- Convention Collective Nationale du Sport (French: National Sports Collective Convention)
- Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center (US NCI)
- Cape Cod Neighborhood Support Coalition (Massachusetts)
- Coca-Cola National Sales Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Client/Contractor National Safety Group (Hertfordshire, UK)
- Cebu City National Science High School
Samples in periodicals archive:
The APRNs community is comprised of four roles: certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA), certified nurse-midwife (CNM), certified clinical nurse specialist (CNS), and certified nurse practitioner (CNP).
House Bill 50, as amended, would allow Certified Registered Nurse Practitioners (CRNPs) and Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist (CCNSs), who have met appropriate educational criteria, to prescribe medications in collaboration with physicians and dentists.