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professional

 [pro-fesh´un-al]
pertaining to one's profession or occupation.
one who is a specialist in a particular field or occupation.
allied health professional a person with special training, certification, and licensing with responsibilities bearing on patient care. See also allied health.
impaired professional a professional who has gotten involved in substance abuse.

professional

/pro·fes·sion·al/ (pro-fesh´un-al)
1. pertaining to one's profession or occupation.
2. one who is a specialist in a particular field or occupation.

allied health professional  a person with special training and licensed when necessary, who works under the supervision of a health professional with responsibilities bearing on patient care.

professional

adjective Referring or pertaining to a profession.
 
noun One who practises a profession. In most jurisdictions and countries, professionals are trained, specialised, registered and regulated.

professional

adjective Pertaining to a profession noun One who practices a profession, see there. See Behavioral health professional, Health care professional, Mental health professional.

professional

1. pertaining to one's profession or occupation.
2. one whose income is derived from the practice of his/her profession.

Patient discussion about professional

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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Troy had not been a lawyer--in other words, if he had not been professionally capable of persisting in his own course, in the face of every conceivable difficulty and discouragement--Miss Pink might have remained in undisturbed possession of her own opinions.
Gill told me, he had been employed professionally to examine one: he found the passage low, narrow, crooked, and not of uniform breadth, but of very considerable length.
The quiet, matter-of-fact attentions of a ship's stewardess, who did not seem aware of other human agonies than sea- sickness, who talked of the probable weather of the passage--it would be a rough night, she thought--and who insisted in a professionally busy manner, "Let me make you comfortable down below at once, miss," as though she were thinking of nothing else but her tip--was enough to dissipate the shades of death gathering round the mortal weariness of bewildered thinking which makes the idea of non- existence welcome so often to the young.
I understand that it is your business to protest professionally.
Pestler came upon his healing inquisition, she received the doctor with such a sarcastic and scornful demeanour, as made the surgeon declare that not Lady Thistlewood herself, whom he had the honour of attending professionally, could give herself greater airs than old Mrs.
I live professionally in an atmosphere of disputation, Mr.
But this road my mind's eye could see on a chart, professionally, with all its complications and difficulties, yet simple enough in a way.
After this he alluded professionally to the damage done to the ship, and went on thus:
On the contrary, he tells me absolutely nothing, even professionally.
What-d' ye-call-him's grounds, at the back here, comes to the house for assistance this morning, and is immediately laid hold of and maltreated, by that ingenious gentleman with the candle in his hand: who has placed his life in considerable danger, as I can professionally certify.
Professionally he declines and he falls, and as a friend he drops into poetry.
Analysts compared home-selling success rates for homes professionally photographed with a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera versus those with listing photos taken with an amateur point-and-shoot camera.

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