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core curriculum

 
an organized program or course of study in a specialty area of practice.
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Some of you may remember the core curriculum in the 1980s?
The interviewed CCCTM nurses also reflected on the effect certification and AAACN's CCTM Core Curriculum have had on professional practice within their organizations.
Development of this inaugural edition of the Core Curriculum took longer than we initially anticipated due to its scope and size.
Published in the January 2016 issue of the Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis (JTH), the Core Curriculum is a key resource and reference for the global thrombosis and hemostasis community.
The core curriculum is the outcome of a long and productive interaction of international academic stakeholders, decision makers, and organizations, including academic staff at universities in 27 European countries and the United States, student associations, professional associations, accreditation bodies, the European Commission, representatives from industry, and others.
The implementation of the college's Core Curriculum in 1969 marked a concrete example of Vatican II's document "The Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World" applied to a local setting.
In the field of visual impairment, this focus led to the development and implementation of an expanded core curriculum--a curriculum of instruction provided in conjunction with the standard core curriculum that is designed to meet the unique learning needs of children who are visually impaired.
A common core curriculum for science and mathematics is now in place for which the council had been in consultations with all school boards.
The ninth edition of this guide to educational objectives in the core curriculum in obstetrics and gynecology offers students and practitioners a concise reference for patient care, medical knowledge, interpersonal and communications skills and procedures in the field.
I would talk with teachers with whom I have collaborated asking for testimonials to the importance of these collaborations in the strengthening of their core curriculum.
Results of the 2008 exam released last week show how important it is for high-school students to take a core curriculum classes, officials say.
He said that those who favored a definite core curriculum were called "authoritarian," inducers of passivity and docility rather than independent-mindedness.