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lecturer

A person who is primarily or entirely involved in the teaching activities of an academic centre, who is not expected to perform research or manage patients; in general, lectureships are non-tenured positions.

lecturer

 A person who is primarily–if not entirely—involved in the teaching activities of an academic center, who is not expected to perform research or Pt management; in general, lectureships are non-tenured positions
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