Accredited Specialist

Accredited Specialist

A term used to denote a medically qualified doctor in the UK who was placed on the GMC’s Specialist Register by any route—e.g., CCT (specialist or general practice) or by Article 14.
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Transplant fellows who undertake training at the unit will receive accredited specialist training in transplantation and multiorgan procurement which prepares them for a European diploma in transplant surgery, which is organised by the Division of Transplantation of the UEMS in collaboration with the European Society of Organ Transplantation.
An Accredited Specialist by the Law Institute of Victoria, her areas of focus are planning, environmental, heritage, local government and administrative law and property development.
He is an accredited specialist in personal injury law and acts as an expert witness in solicitors' negligence cases.
Scots lawyer Lesley Gordon, partner and accredited specialist in family and child law at bto solicitors, said: "The combination of financial and emotional stress over the festive period together with living in close proximity with extended family can be enough to signal the death knell for an already shaky relationship.
Inayat Nadat, family lawyer at law firm Nadat Solicitors in Bond Street, has again been granted accredited specialist status in Children (Private law) and Domestic Abuse.
A third party accredited specialist - such as a Master Locksmith Association member - will be able to advise on which locks are the most suitable, and ensure they meet insurance requirements.
Debbie Pannowitz is an accredited specialist in both kinesiology and nutritional medicine.
But there are solutions, says David, a partner at BTO Solicitors, a law society accredited specialist in Glasgow.
David has been accredited Specialist status from The General Dental Council.
Sweetfeet Shoes, a UK online retailer of the Crocs shoe brand, has selected Soft-Works (UK) Limited, an accredited specialist centre for Access Accounting, to implement the Access Dimensions business and accounting software from Access Accounting, a business and accounting software development company and subsidiary of Access Technology Group Ltd.
To become a doctor specialising in anaesthetics you need to complete a five-year degree in medicine, recognised by the General Medical Council (GMC), followed by a two-year foundation programme of general training and an accredited specialist training programme in anaesthesia, intensive care medicine and pain management.
Reference is also made to the company's Accredited Specialist Stockists.
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