specialist trainee

specialist trainee

A person who, as defined in UK public health circles, is a non-medical trainee undergoing specialist training.
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Even using the above minimum 600 hours allocated to the student, this equates to 60 hours of supervisor commitment per specialist trainee.
Yet, while claiming PS49,000 sick pay from Cardiff, he sought work in the North-East of England and was taken on as a specialist trainee at Middlesborough's James Cook University Hospital.
Yet, while claiming PS49,000 sick pay from Cardiff, he sought work in the North East and was taken on as a specialist trainee at Middlesborough's James Cook University Hospital.
Nigerian gynaecologist Dr Anthony Emeka Madu was hired by County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust (CDDFT) to work as a specialist trainee at Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital.
At the end of last year a specialist trainee research nurse joined the cancer team - funded through the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.
Nutbeam is an emergency medicine specialist trainee affiliated with West Midlands School of Emergency Medicine, UK.
THE appointment of a specialist trainee nurse marks another important step in the development of the Sir Bobby Robson Cancer Trials Research Centre.
For potential staff who do not meet the experience and educational requirements of the youth specialist, DYS has established a youth specialist trainee classification that gives managers some flexibility in meeting the staffing needs within their available labor pool.
I was offered a position of purchasing specialist trainee for the Postal Service, and by the time I was accepted to law school, I had been offered a promotion and was finding the purchasing field interesting, challenging, and rewarding, so I decided to stay.
In a review of evidence examining the link between marriage and physical and mental health Dr John Gallacher, from Cardiff University's School of Medicine, and third year specialist trainee in paediatrics David Gallacher found that, on average, married couples have better physical and mental health.
Dr Chahal, 34, has now been appointed as a specialist trainee with the Mersey Deanery, meaning he will be practising in Merseyside hospitals from August.
The report has been compiled by Berni Lee, a specialist trainee in public health for Coventry and Warwickshire Health Protection Unit.

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