RCP


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RCP

abbr.
Royal College of Physicians

RCP

Abbreviation for:
reactive C protein
red cell protoporphyrin
regional cerebral perfusion
Research Capability Programme  
Respiratory Care Practitioner
retrograde cerebellar perfusion
revised class play
Royal College of Physicians

RCP

Abbreviation for respiratory care practitioner.

RCP

Abbrev. for Royal College of Physicians.
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During each of the eight conditions, there were five phases common to both MTS and the RCP.
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The two parties exchanged cordial conversation and discussed issues of common interest, ways of supporting and developing existing cooperation between the Health Ministry and RCP, especially training Omani physicians at RCP centres and benefiting from RCP expertise in developing health services in the Sultanate.
The higher the taxpayer's RCP, the lower the taxpayer's chances of qualifying for an OIC.
The low rate of acceptance is typically due to taxpayers having a high RCP in relation to their outstanding tax liability.
Beginning June 1, the RCP for privates through privates first class decreased from eight years service to only five years.
Therefore, this article presents lessons learned in Afghanistan for RCP employment.
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