- occupational health nurse
- an especially prepared registered nurse employed by an institution to apply nursing principles and procedures for the promotion, restoration, and maintenance of optimal health of its employees as compared to a nurse who performs normal nursing functions in an occupational setting.
Medical dictionary. 2011.
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