The columns of the matrix consisted of major neurological/neurosurgical categories used in the certified neuroscience registered nurse examination.
What does CNRN stand for?
CNRN stands for Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse (American Association of Neuroscience Nurses)
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- Communications and Navigation Research Laboratory (US NASA)
- Computer Networking Research Laboratory (Colorado State University; Fort Collins, CO)
- Computer Networks Research Lab (Canada)
- Centre National De Recherches Météorologiques
- Centre National de Ressources sur les Marchés (French: National Market Resource Center)
- Collaborative Natural Resource Management
- Crop and Natural Resource Management
- Commander, Navy Region Mid-Atlantic
- Centro Nacional de Ressonância Magnética Nuclear (Brazil)
- Cherry Necrotic Rusty Mottle Virus (plant pathology)
- Comitato Nazionale per le Ricerche Nucleari (Italy)
- Commander Navy Region Northwest (US Navy)
- Commissione Nazionale Rete Osservatori Astronomici (Italian: National Astronomical Observatories Network)
- Canadian Neurotrauma Research Program (Canadian Institutes of Health Research)
- Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymer (nanotechnology)
- Center for Natural Resource Policy
- Centre for Nuclear and Radiation Physics (University of Surrey; UK)
- Common Name Resolution Protocol
- Community Neighborhood Renaissance Partnership, Inc. (Tallahassee, FL)
- Canadian National Railway Police Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shockley holds various certifications including: Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse, ACLS instructor, BLS instructor and Missouri State Certified Fire Fighter.
Prime examples of evidence-based practice in the journal include the role delineation studies that have provided the research underpinnings for the Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse (CNRN) examination from the 1980s (Nowin & Ozuna, 1988) up to the present (Blissitt, Roberts, Hinkle, & Kopp, 2003; Villanueva, Thompson, Macpherson, Meunier, & Hilton, 2006).