Entry from British & World English dictionary
(In the UK) a nurse enrolled on a state register and having a qualification lower than that of a State Registered Nurse.
- Mrs Morris landed the post despite fierce competition and will receive £20,400 a year - about twice what she earned as a State Enrolled Nurse back in 1989.
- Barbara Ewing became a State Enrolled Nurse in 1969 and then a State Certified Midwife in 1971.
- In order to be eligible for registration as a nurse with An Bord Altranais, a State Enrolled Nurse must successfully complete a nursing conversion programme in the United Kingdom.
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