On her return to Britain she founded the Nightingale Training School at St Thomas' Hospital, wrote Notes on Nursing and many other works, was instrumental in improving sanitary conditions for thousands of soldiers and hospital patients and was the first woman to be elected to the Royal Statistical Society.
What does RSS stand for?
RSS stands for Royal Statistical Society (Jordan)
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- Root Sum Square
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- Rotary Steerable System (oil field)
- Rotating Service Structure
- Rotating Shadowband Spectroradiometer
- Rough Surface Scattering
- Routing Subsystem
- Rudolf-Steiner-Schule (German: Waldorf School)
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- Russell-Silver Syndrome, X-Linked (Partington syndrome)
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- Radiological Safety Standards and Requirements
- Routing Subsystem - Downsized
- Royal Scientific Society, Renewable Energy Research Center
- Radio Science Stability Analyzer
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Furthermore, if this were to happen, it is highly doubtful whether adequate data will ever be available to generate wholly convincing results," he wrote last year in the bimonthly magazine of the Royal Statistical Society.
These findings were published in the October issue of Significance, the magazine of The Royal Statistical Society and the American Statistical Association.
The figure was disputed by the Royal Statistical Society who said the odds of a second cot death in a family were about 200 to one.
The figure was disputed by the Royal Statistical Society and other medical experts who said the odds of a second cot death in a family were about 200 to one.
Rubbish said the Royal Statistical Society later, yet it helped sway the jury.
But the figure was disputed by the Royal Statistical Society and other medical experts, who said the odds of a second cot death in a family were about 200 to one.
But the Royal Statistical Society and other medical experts later disputed his evidence saying the odds of a second cot death were around 200 to one.