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Advanced Nurse Care Practitioner (ancp) A registered nurse who is approved by the Board of Nursing to practice nursing in a specified area of advanced nursing practice. APN is an umbrella term given to a registered nurse who has met advanced educational and clinical practice requirements beyond the two to four years of basic nursing education required for all RNs. There are four types: 1. Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA); 2. Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS); 3. Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP); and 4. Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM).
Advanced Practice Nurse (apn) A registered nurse who is approved by the Board of Nursing to practice nursing in a specified area of advanced nursing practice. APN is an umbrella term given to a registered nurse who has met advanced educational and clinical practice requirements beyond the two to four years of basic nursing education required for all RNs. There are four types: 1. Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA); 2. Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS); 3. Certified Nurse Practitioner (CNP); and 4. Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM).
Adverse Drug Reaction A bad or harmful reaction to a drug that is used to treat or prevent a disease.
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The percentage of full-time private industry workers participating in a defined benefit plan has declined from 42 percent in 1989—90 to 22 percent in 2011. Recent data suggest that this proportion may continue to decline, as 1 in 4 participants in private industry defined benefit plans are in plans that have imposed some type of freeze. This generally entails closing the plan to new workers and potentially ending benefit accruals for current workers.
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While defined benefit participation has declined, participation in defined contribution plans for full-time private industry workers has increased, from 40 percent in 1989—90 to 50 percent in 2011.
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From 1989—90 to 2011, overall retirement plan participation varied from 55 to 62 percent of full-time private industry employees, and currently stands at 59 percent.
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