Leanne Samuel was appointed chief nursing and midwifery officer when the Southland and Otago District Health Boards (DHBs) were merging to form the Southern DHB in 2010.
What does CNMO stand for?
CNMO stands for Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (New South Wales Department of Health; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
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See other definitions of CNMO
- Comité National du Matériel d'Incendie et de Sécurité (French: National Committee for Fire Equipment and Safety)
- Comite National Malveillance Incendie Securite (French fire safety committee)
- Colegiul National Mihail Kogalniceanu (school; Galati, Romania)
- Canadian National Mathematics League
- Club Nautique de la Marine à Lorient (French nautical club)
- Community Networking Markup Language
- Conseil National des Missions Locales (French: National Council of Local Missions)
- Centre for Micro and Nano Mechanics (Tsinghua University; UK)
- Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names (International Mineralogical Association)
- Commission on New Minerals Nomenclature and Classification (International Mineralogical Association; France)
- Committee on National Medical Organizations
- Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
- Consolidated Network Mission Operations Support
- Center for Natural Medicine and Prevention
- Centro Nordestino de Medicina Popular (Brasil)
- Chronic Nonmalignant Pain
- Collectif National de Mobilisation en Psychiatrie
- Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (USDA)
- Commander, Naval Military Personnel Command
- Centro Nazionale Malattie Rare
Samples in periodicals archive:
The inaugural National Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer is Rosemary Bryant, currently the Executive Director of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia.
Government chief nursing and midwifery officers, representatives of nursing and midwifery associations and regulatory bodies from 101 countries met in Geneva on 19-20 May 2006, with the ICM, the International Council of Nurses and World Health Organisation, to address issues critical to the provision of safe, quality nursing and midwifery care and regulation.