Other participants in this project (not being the Contracting Authority) may include organisations and individuals such as: other NHS/HSC organisations; local authorities; local general practitioners; dentists; pharmacists; other primary care practitioners; professions allied to medicine
and voluntary sector organisations.
physicians, nurses, and professions allied to medicine
Currently, the centre, which received up to 13 research grants worth over QR45mn last year, supports medical research efforts in areas which include: cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, genomic factors on health of individuals and population, women's and children's health, public health and professions allied to medicine
The organisation develops evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for the NHS in Scotland and to develop the new guidance will work with optometrists and NHS staff from ophthalmology, nursing, pharmacy, professions allied to medicine
, health service managers, social services, researchers, patients and carers, as well as the charity and voluntary sector.
Supplementary prescribing has previously been available to nurses and pharmacists and some other professions allied to medicine
The individual chapters provide objective information and contain sufficient detail for the specialists, generalists, and professions allied to medicine
It found that subjects such as computing, accountancy, law, engineering and professions allied to medicine
- where earnings in the private sector far outstrip academic pay - are the hardest hit.
One such review looked at the use of guidelines in professions allied to medicine
to identify whether the use of guidelines, compared to usual care, made a difference (2).
AMED (Allied and Complementary Medicine Database) is a unique bibliographic resource that covers a selection of journals in complementary medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, rehabilitation, and podiatry (all starting from 1985); palliative care (starting from 1987); and other professions allied to medicine
It claimed the new system would divide staff into three pay strands - nurses and the so-called professions allied to medicine
(like physiotherapists), doctors and all other staff.
Physiotherapists, radiographers, chiropodists and dieticians who've qualified in the past five years cited low pay, poor promotion prospects and stress as the reasons for their dissatisfaction, the survey of 1,800 members of Professions Allied to Medicine
professions allied to medicine
and including psychologists (n = 147);