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Nuremberg Code refers to a set of ten (10) guidelines for the ethical treatment of human participants in research. The Nuremberg Code, developed from the Nuremberg Trials in 1947, laid the groundwork for the current ethical standards for medical and psychological research.
Nurse refers to a person trained to care for the sick, aged, or injured.

Nurse-practitioners refer to nurses who, in addition to their training in traditional nursing, receive special training in primary care so they may provide routine medical care for patients.

Nursing homes refer to facilities that offer residents personal care , nursing care, therapies and rehabilitation on a 24 hour a day basis. Rooms are often shared, and communal dining is common. Nursing homes are often used to provide care during recovery from an illness. (--->Long-term care facilities)

Nurturant strategy refers to a crime control strategy which attempts to forestall development of criminality by improving early life experiences and channeling child and adolescent development into desirable directions.

Nurture perspective is a term used in psychology which refers to the assumption that behavior patterns are mostly learned rather than inherited. In Psychology, Nurture perspective is also known as Empiricism or, more rarely, as Nurturism
Nurture view refers to the belief that experiential factors influence how an organism develops
Nurturism is a term used in Psychology which refers to the assumption that Behavior patterns are mostly learned rather than inherited.

In Psychology, Nurturism is also known as N

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