care professional

care professional

Any health or social care professional who provides care services.
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The Dementia Care Professionals of America (DCPA) recently named Madaleine Lippert of Ferndale, the Dementia Care Professional of the Year for 2008.
A statement issued in 2006 by the Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) has made clear the significant role played by health care professional organisations in advancing the wellbeing of women, babies and their families.
In the case of pharmacy education, this experiential education typically involves students working, without pay, in a hospital or retail pharmacy under the supervision and guidance of a preceptor, who is both a health care professional and an educator.
During the exam, your eye care professional should conduct complete testing for glaucoma.
Items for the personal benefit of the health care professional should not be offered or distributed.
Confidentiality protections for adolescent health care are reflected in the policies and ethical guidelines of a wide range of medical and health care professional organizations.
Breaux: Congress must make sure that more emphasis is placed on geriatrics so that no health care professional receives a degree without obtaining a certain level of education and training in geriatrics.
The article concluded by stating that the typical health care professional is not fully aware of ".
In market trials of the Estimator, individuals who were shown CIGNA's Explanation of Estimate by their health care professional said: receiving the Estimate is helpful (80%); knowing their obligation while in the care setting makes it more likely they will pay the bill (74%); and the Estimate helps them understand their benefits (72%).
They see their proposals as a way of getting around the influence of the health care professional associations and labour unions which prevent productive use of personnel.
As such, the long-term care professional must navigate the waters that surround these activities in a manner that protects the resident's rights, allows for privacy and dignity, and balances other factors related to persons living in a congregate setting.