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assessor

Any person who contributes to a trainee’s assessment in the workplace, providing feedback to the trainee and to the clinical supervisor and educational supervisor.

assessor

(ă-ses′ŏr) [L. assessor, assistant to a judge]
One who makes an appraisal of a patient's signs, symptoms, or status, or of the data of a research protocol.
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Faced with having to seek re-election next year, Spickard said the timing also was right for her to leave office, months before people who might be interested in becoming assessor could start filing as candidates in the fall.
Coun Timothy Huxtable, who chairs the Considerate Contractor Management Committee, said: "Our lay assessors make a very real contribution to driving up the standards of contractors.
NetProcess, LiveCapture, LiveCompare, LiveModel, LiveMonitor, LiveInterface, Assessor and SOLO are trademarks or service marks of IntelliCorp, Inc.
He helped develop the self-assessment process and serves as one of about 50 independent assessors.
But there remains some unease about restoration methods which the technical assessor describes as 'adequate'.
EFFORTS to recruit a number of lead optometric assessors for LOCSU local skills assessment days are gathering pace.
Submit the data to the assessor in the manner requested by them.
However, this data is costly to generate due to the expense of simulation and the requirement of many hours of rating from expert assessors (30 hours per assessor in this study).
MANAGERS who feel referees' assessors are bad for the game might want to follow Bacup Borough's lead by banning them
For a small percentage of what it costs in time and dollars to manually obtain that intricate detail, Assessor provides a comprehensive business and technical view of a company's actual SAP solution usage, in less than one day.
We hope it will be addressed during the spring legislative session," said Maura Kownacki, a spokeswoman for the assessor.

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