Although there are no figures, we believe nurses' caps have disappeared from most hospitals over the past 10 years," a Japanese Nursing Association official said.
What does JNA stand for?
JNA stands for Japanese Nursing Association
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We have 32 other meanings of JNA in our Acronym Attic
- Joe Nichols (country music artist)
- Johnson Noise
- Jornal de Notícias (Portugal)
- Journal of Neurophysiology
- Journal of Nutrition
- Joy Net (Gold Coast, Australia)
- Jiang-Narayanan Adaptive Belief Propagation Algorithm
- Jack Nicklaus 5 (golf simulator)
- Japan Nailist Association
- Japan Netball Association
- Java Native Access (computer programming)
- Joint Net Assessment
- Journal of Nursing Administration
- Jugoslovenska Narodna Armija (Yugoslav People's Army)
- Jump If Not Above
- Justice for New Americans
- Juniper Networks Academic Alliance Program (est. 2010)
- Joint/Navy Analysis and Assessment Division (US DoD)
- Jordanian National Alliance Against Hunger
- Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges
Samples in periodicals archive:
On behalf of the Japanese Nursing Association (JNA), I'd like to extend my sincere appreciation to everyone who has been supporting us on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake which hit on March 11, 2011.
The American Nurses Association (ANA) has been in contact with the Japanese Nursing Association to express its concern and to offer assistance as the country engages in rescue, recovery and rebuilding efforts.
President of the Japanese Nursing Association (JNA), Setsuko Hisatsune, gave a very interesting account of action taken by the JNA to reform nursing education and working conditions.
The LDP on Saturday fielded Toshiko Abe, vice president of the Japanese Nursing Association, in the Okayama No.
The Japanese Nursing Association (JNA) is working towards upgrading basic nursing education and encouraging continuing education and training to meet this demand'.
With the backing of the Japanese Nursing Association, she was first elected to the House of Councillors in 1989 at the top of the list of Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) proportional representation candidates.
She has been president of the Japanese Nursing Association since 1999 and served on the ICN Board from 1985 to 1993.