SEE: 1. Director of nursing.
2. Doctor of Naprapathy, Doctor of Naturopathy, and Doctor of Nursing. Because of the ambiguity of this abbreviation, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing has recommended that the DN degree be phased out in favor of DNP (Doctor of Nursing Practice).
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