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A nurse is a healthcare professional.
Nurse or nurses may also refer to:
Occupations and activities:
- Nursing, the healthcare profession
- Breastfeeding, also known as "nursing"
- Wet nurse, a woman who breastfeeds the baby of another
- Nursery nurse, a specialist in early childhood education
- Nurse, the old name for a nanny
In entertainment and literature:
- Nurse (Romeo and Juliet), a character in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
- Nurse (album), an album by Therapy?
- Nurse (1981 TV series), a 1981 drama series starring Michael Learned and Robert Reed
- Nurses (TV series), an early 1990s sitcom
- Nurse (film), a 1969 Indian film
- Nurse 3D, a 2013 horror film (also released in a 2D version as Nurse)
- Nurse (Silent Hill), a monster from the video game series
- Nurse (Ultra monster), a fictional robot
- Nurse (band), an American rock band
- Nurses (band), an American rock band
- Nurse (BBC TV Show), a sitcom by Paul Whitehouse
- Chris Nurse (born 1984), Guyanese footballer
- David Nurse (born 1976), English footballer
- Denise Nurse, British weather presenter and lawyer
- George Edward Nurse (1873–1945), Irish recipient of Victoria Cross
- Jon Nurse, Barbadian football player
- Martin Nurse (born 1985), Barbadian cricketer
- Mel Nurse (born 1937), Welsh football player
- Nick Nurse (born 1967), American basketball coach
- Paul Nurse, British biochemist
- Phil Nurse (born 1963), British kickboxer
- Rebecca Nurse (1621–1692), executed in Salem witch trials
- Roberto Nurse (born 1983), Mexican footballer
- Rupert Nurse (1910–2001), Trinidadian musician
- Seymour Nurse (born 1933), Barbadian cricketer
- Trevor Nurse, Scottish darts player
- Nurse tree, a tree that protects another plant when it is in its tender stages
- My American Nurse, film by Pascal Atuma
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