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  2. Nursing credentials and certifications - Wikipedia

    Nurses' postnominal letters (abbreviations listed after the name) reflect their credentials—that is, their achievements in nursing education, licensure, certification, and fellowship. The letters usually appear in the following order: Highest earned academic degree in or related to nursing (e.g. " DNP or Ph.D. ")

  3. Vanderbilt University School of Medicine - Wikipedia

    While Vanderbilt University owned and operated the Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) that serves the medical school for much of its history, in 2016 the hospitals and clinics of the medical center were incorporated into a new entity which operates independent of Vanderbilt University's control.

  4. Vanderbilt University Medical Center - Wikipedia

    VUMC is known for its teaching hospital and its efforts in electronic medical records. [third-party source needed] As of 2013, its health care providers saw more than 1.6 million patients each year and its hospitals perform more than 35,000 surgical procedures and see 65,000 patients in its Emergency Room. The Medical Center employed 19,600 staff.

  5. VUMC - Wikipedia

    VUMC. VUMC may refer to: Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in Nashville, Tennessee. VU University Medical Center, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title VUMC.

  6. List of medicine awards - Wikipedia

    Obverse of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. This list of medicine awards is an index to articles about notable awards for contributions to medicine, the science and practice of establishing the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of disease.

  7. Varsity letter - Wikipedia

    Varsity letter awarded in the Arts (Lyre) and Academia (Lamp) The award letter is usually made in the colors and initials representing the school that the recipient attends. The letter patch is primarily constructed of chenille and felt materials. Standard sizes range from 4 inches (102 mm) to 8 inches (203 mm).

  8. SMART criteria - Wikipedia

    Examples are given below. SMARTER Evaluated and reviewed[6] Evaluate consistently and recognize mastery[7] Exciting and Recorded [23] Exciting and Reach – A goal should excite and motivate an athlete, and make them "reach" by stretching their abilities and pushing them past their comfort zone.