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What does DDON stand for?

DDON stands for Deputy Director of Nursing

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The hospital's deputy director of nursing, Heidi Peakman, said staff were tipped off that Jaswal was earning a "grand a month" working for the station at weekends and claiming sick pay from her day job.
CAPTION(S): SLICE OF LIFE: Maggie Davies cuts her retirement cake watched by senior midwife Deb Garrett, acting head of midwifery Jean Walker, associate medical director Gary Lawrence, and deputy director of nursing Becky Bartholomew
Her family believe the antibiotics could have saved her life if they had been given sooner, but deputy director of nursing at the hospital, Sue Redfern, said there was "some doubt as to whether this would have made a difference to her prognosis".
She added also that "the changes in the PQR also include adjustments to the Deputy Director of Nursing (ADON) requirements which now states that nurses wishing to become licensed by HAAD must hold a master's degree and a current first aid certificate before application will be accepted.
Angela Kelly, Deputy Director of Nursing at Southport and Formby District General, said: "For the majority of people, flu is an unpleasant illness but in others it can be more serious.