Definition of Trained nurse
1. Noun. Someone who has completed the course of study (including hospital practice) at a nurses training school.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Trained Nurse
Literary usage of Trained nurse
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by State Charities Aid Association (N.Y.) (1898)
"We would suggest that one of the cottages built for the insane should be fitted up for a hospital and placed under a trained nurse with an efficient paid ..."
2. Report of the Committee on Inquiry Into the Departments of Health, Charities by New York (N.Y.). Board of estimate and apportionment. Committee on inquiry into the Departments of health, charities, and Bellevue and allied hospitals, George McAneny, Henry Collier Wright (1913)
"Metropolitan Hospital, General Service, with about 700 beds and 8 admissions yearly per bed, employed i trained nurse for each 24 beds. ..."
3. Baptist Missionary Magazine by American Baptist Foreign Mission Society (1896)
"She also is a trained nurse. Just before Bessie's death she called the members of the circle together and in a whisper begged them not to let the work fall ..."
4. Short Talks with Young Mothers on the Management of Infants and Young Children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1922)
"THE trained nurse If possible, a trained nurse should be employed in every ... The employment of a trained nurse does not mean that the mother may not ..."
5. Personal Hygiene and Home Nursing: A Practical Text for Girls and Women for by Louisa Christiana Lippitt (1918)
"... trained nurse BELIEVING that better understanding of the training and duties of a nurse, by those who employ her, would not only make her work easier, ..."