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diplomate

(dĭp′lə-māt′)
n.
One who has received a diploma, especially a physician certified as a specialist by a board of examiners.

diplomate

[dip′ləmāt]
an individual who has earned a diploma or certificate, especially a physician who has been certified by a specialty board. See also board certified.
Graduate education A physician who is board-certified in a particular specialty and holds a diploma from a specialty board
Vox populi A person with a degree in higher education—i.e., one who has a diploma

diplomate

A person with a degree of higher education, a diplomate Graduate education A physician who is board-certified in a particular specialty and holds a diploma from a specialty board. See Boards, Board-certified, Board-eligible.

diplomate

(dip´ləmāt´),
n a dental specialist who has achieved certification by the recognized certification board in that specialty, as attested by a diploma from the board.
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As I read an article written by a Diplomate of the AAS, I assign a certain, higher level of credibility to the authors, knowing what it means to earn this certification.
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12-Hr Continuing Education (credit for Session One, Diplomate Program)
In reality our problem focuses on the fact that there are far to few, and too often, none who hold the diplomate in school psychology.
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of the Diplomate in School Psychology and was organized for the purpose of
c) CE requirements have been added to maintain active status as a Diplomate (see above).
He became a diplomate of the American Board of Urology and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

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