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fast-tracked A generic term used in the UK for any accelerated access of a patient to a particular health or social service—e.g., fast-tracking patients with higher stage cancer for urgent surgery or fast-tracking war veterans to specialist care.
fast track Cardiology adjective Referring to prioritized Pt management, specifically FT thrombolytic therapy in Pts undergong acute MI. See Myocardial infarction.
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Common Purpose Navigator is a five day residential programme for emerging leaders and fast trackers
that covers themes from risk and leadership to power, vision and change.
remains among the fastest of the fast trackers
, landing the No.
FAST TRACKERS are younger - between 20 and 40 - and have no children to worry about.
Usually, fast trackers
are strong performers whose abilities are acknowledged by others.
- young family types who rely on smart phones and banking apps
She said: "Employers who invest time in providing opportunities for their fast trackers
to explore how society works and get engaged in the wider world will hang on to their talent.