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What does CNC stand for?

CNC stands for Clinical Nurse Coordinator

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Harry will lead it, supported by primary health care industrial adviser Chris Wilson, Palmerston-North based organiser Donna Ryan and Dunedin-based organiser Lorraine Lobb, along with delegates, enrolled nurse Robyn Hewlett (Southern DHB), clinical nurse specialist Karen Marshall (Canterbury DHB), RN Grant Brookes (Capital and Coast DHB), RN Sharon Powley (Bay of Plenty DHB), RN Bronwyn Kavalinovich (Waitemata DHB) and clinical nurse coordinator Jill Mortimer (Northland DHB).
Barbara Godden is unable to attend this evening's event Barbara is the Clinical Nurse Coordinator for the Post Anesthesia Care Unit at the Sky Ridge Medical Center in Lone Tree Barbara was nominated for her leadership in championing patient safety, nursing education, and evidenced based clinical practice standards Her leadership in ASPAN and the Rocky Mountain PeriAnesthesia Nurses Association has led to national recognition for her expertise Barb has written extensively for journals, newsletters, and textbooks on topics regarding safety, patient advocacy, core competencies, best staffing practices, and evidence-based clinical practice standards for perianesthesia nursing.
Our current team of reviewers comprises acute pain specialist nurse Celia Ronayne; clinical nurse coordinator for otorhinolaryngology, acutes and the PACU Sheila Stopher; clinical nurse educator for the intensive care and critical care units Erin Williams; surgical staff nurse Cindy Carpenter; clinical pharmacist Manisha Unka; and lead clinician, anaesthetist Ulrike Buehner.
While retention of talented nurses is important, especially in an era of nursing shortages, University of Kansas Hospital Education Specialist Robyn Setter, MS, RN-BC, said she also believes the program helps nurses progress to leadership roles such as nurse manager, unit educator, and clinical nurse coordinator, and become leaders in bedside care and safety.
Taken by district nurse clinical nurse coordinator Pamela Hill, who works for Counties Manukau District Health Board's Home Health Care service, the photo provides a moving insight into the realities of caring for people with complex health issues in their own homes and the holistic care nurses provide.