Definition of nursing officer in English:

nursing officer

Line breaks: nurs|ing of¦fi|cer

noun

British
A senior nurse with administrative responsibility.
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  • The intensive care medical and nursing officers have been among the very few to care for casualties using a German-designed artificial lung bypass device.
  • Her participation will also assist in further development of the military nurse practitioner model, providing nursing officers from all three services with greater opportunities for career development.
  • The nursing managers, directors, and chief nursing officers at these hospitals made me feel very welcome, and I hope that we will be hosting some of them in the United States in the future.

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