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profession

 [pro-fesh´un]
1. an avowed, public declaration or statement of intention or purpose.
2. a calling or vocation requiring specialized knowledge, methods, and skills, as well as preparation, in an institution of higher learning, in the scholarly, scientific, and historical principles underlying such methods and skills. A profession continously enlarges its body of knowledge, functions autonomously in formulation of policy, and maintains by force of organization or concerted opinion high standards of achievement and conduct. Members of a profession are committed to continuing study, place service above personal gain, and are committed to providing practical services vital to human and social welfare.

profession

Learned profession, pronounced Lern-ed, as in burn-bed Biomedical ethics An occupation requiring intense preparation in a body of erudite knowledge–eg, law, medicine, which is applied in service to society, has a system of self-governance and in which success is measured by accomplishments in serving man and society and/or furtherance of knowledge in the field, rather than in personal gain. See Pro bono, Learned profession, Remedial profession, 'Yellow professionalism. '.

profession,

n a calling; vocation; a means of livelihood or gain.

profession

1. an avowed, public declaration or statement of intention or purpose.
2. a calling or vocation requiring specialized knowledge, methods and skills, as well as preparation, in an institution of higher learning, in the scholarly, scientific and historical principles underlying such methods and skills. A profession continuously enlarges its body of knowledge, functions autonomously in formulation of policy, and maintains by force of organization or concerted opinion high standards of achievement and conduct. Specifically in this regard it maintains and polices a code of ethics and conducts a professional organization of which a large majority of the profession are members. Members of a profession are committed to continuing study, placing service above personal gain, and are committed to providing practical services vital to human and social welfare.

Patient discussion about profession

Q. please let me know my role as a health care professional in caring for a child with autism. I am a health care professional not a specialist. So consider my situation and please let me know my role as a health care professional in caring for a child with autism.

A. If you can provide good nutrition that would be huge,
higly effective natural nutritionals include:

calcium/magnesium
kelp
cod liver oil
flax seed oil
raw apple cider vinegar

Also, avoid highly processed foods like white sugar, white flour, an high fructose corn syrup.

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In the collection companies the percentage shall be 39% in the profession of manager, supervisor and programmer; 87% in the profession of cashier, 100% in the profession meter reading staff, 100% in the professions of worker, assisting jobs to make 90% the overall Omanisation percentage in the said sector in 2010.
Like any good strategic plan, we'll include specific tactics that we feel would add value to the profession and to IABC.
In your firm, your company, your university--wherever you are--I ask that you take bold steps to ensure that the profession is constantly moving ahead.
Wartime, however, also transformed the ranks of realtors as women, for the first time, found their way into the ranks of the profession.
The Young CPA Network will help CPAs 35 years of age or less become more engaged in the profession and help them connect to resources and tools to enrich and support their careers," says Murphy.
We need to illustrate to them what a great profession this is, and how CalCPA membership is an integral part of it.
The Ontario Association of Social Workers, whose membership includes the largest group of psychotherapists in the province, opposes any law creating a licensed psychotherapy profession.
Dominelli's latest work belongs in the league of prior work by Jim Ife, Jan Fook and Karen Healy, all of whom attempt to help the reader understand the changing context of social work practice in a globalised world by offering a critical perspective on the profession.
3] It provides new contacts, a line of communication and a forum for the exchange of ideas and information within your profession.
From my experience, however, there is another factor, not discussed in the article, which may have a comparable impact on the supply of high-quality teachers: The ease or ability to enter the teaching profession.