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observership

A period of time, usually weeks to months, during which an international medical graduate—a doctor educated and trained outside of the US—joins a medical or surgical team at a teaching hospital in the US to observe the style and particulars of patient management.
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WHA observership, Yeh said, would allow Taiwan freer access to information on diseases, epidemics and preventative measures, as well as provide the island a direct channel of communication with the U.
Our government in Taipei seeks support from its friends to support it request to join the UN, in which Taiwan seeks to have its 23 million people represented in the international body, with the backing of our friend member states; all of its previous attempts have failed because of China's obstruction, making Taiwan the only country in the world currently being denied membership, including observership, in the UN and its various organizations.
Neustadt closes with this comment: "I have always tried to turn participant observership to the account of scholarship that might assist participants.
The Council's Business On Board program provides leadership development through classroom training, a board observership and opportunities for professionals to network, broaden their skills and share their talents with non-profit arts and cultural organizations throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region.
The United States fully supports the overall goal of Taiwan's participation in the work of the World Health Organization, including observership.
The MoU provides for observerships and training courses for medical specialists, nurses, technicians and other health professionals from the Republic of Macedonia at various locations across the Apollo Hospitals network in India.
SIR's International Scholarship program enables physicians (who are within 10 years of completion of training and who are practicing outside North America) an opportunity to train and learn at the Annual Scientific Meeting and fosters professional networking through meeting participation, focused programming, and optional visiting observerships before or after the meeting.
Real-time increase in surgical pathology volume: The North American professional bodies (eg, the Canadian Association of Pathologists, the College of American Pathologists, the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology) should consider actively matching residents with training programs in North America, for short-term fully funded observerships to last up to 3 months (the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology's Friends of Africa is already pursuing such a similar program and collaboration should be encouraged).
The agreement allows for CTCP to contact government officials, medical schools and prominent hospitals and physicians in China to promote PIM services, such as training programs for health care administrators, advanced clinical programs for physicians, training programs for nurses, observerships and visiting physician programs.
SIR's international scholarship grant program enables physicians within 10 years of completion of training who are practicing outside North America an opportunity to train and learn at the Annual Scientific Meeting and fosters professional networking through meeting participation, focused programming, and optional visiting observerships before or after the meeting.
The Department is dedicated to the future education, training and research in musculoskeletal imaging expertise providing on site observerships and also on-line physician and patient education at hssimaging.
He also has organized three-month observerships in the United States for foreign ophthalmologists who need postgraduate education in specific areas.