Academic Doctor

Academic Doctor

A doctor in the UK who teaches or conducts research at universities, often combining academic work with clinical practice.
Roles Teaching medical students and junior doctors, performing research to advance medical science.
Job titles Clinical academic fellow, clinical lecturer, clinical research fellow, lecturer (all of which are training grade posts), and senior lecturer, professor, reader (all of whom normally have a clinical contract at a hospital).
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Frank says: "One of them was 101 and is still working as a kind of academic doctor.
Insisting, against the general trend in the literature, on the importance of oral arguments in the Supreme Court's deliberative and decision-making processes, Malphurs (an academic Doctor of Communication and a litigation consultant at Tara Trask & Associates) conducts an analysis of the individual justices' rhetorical discursive interaction in three specific cases (Morse v.
Catherine "Caggie" Dunlop, daughter of a millionaire City businessman and an academic doctor, first found fame on reality TV show Made In Chelsea.
No one will take my place after I am gone as my only son is an academic doctor.
It's used to distinguish an academic doctor from a Doctor of Medicine (MD).
Yet more than two decades later, Eisenberg is arguably the nation's premier academic doctor involved in the growing field of research into complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)--sometimes also called "integrative medicine.
Mark Norley, an academic doctor, stumbled back to his exhome in Axbridge, Somerset, after a night out.
Okojie said, over a period of 30 years, Nigeria lost out in research findings in higher institutions due to the lack of capacity from professors and academic doctors who travelled out as diasporans outside the country.
SAMA's Public Sector Committee (consisting of subcommittees of the Junior Doctors Association of South Africa (JUDASA), the South African Registrars' Association (SARA), the Senior Doctors Association of South Africa (SIDASA) and the Academic Doctors Association of South Africa (ADASA), met from 18 to 20 September to plot a post-OSD way forward.
47] By invoking Justinian's analogy between the two callings, Bartolus could exploit these categories to justify and explain the legal privileges of academic doctors (a relatively new social group) in medieval society.

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