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clerk

 [klerk]
an employee who keeps records and does other general office work.
unit clerk (ward clerk) a worker on a nursing unit who schedules patients for prescribed studies, prepares charts for patients, answers the phone on the unit, and handles other general clerical tasks. In some provinces of Canada, ward clerks of certain types of facilities are also trained to transcribe orders. Called also unit secretary.

clerk

verb To take a full history, perform a physical examination, record one’s findings in the patient’s notes, and write a problem list and care plan.
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The law also requires that groups that carry out lobbying activities on their own behalf must also register with the Clerk of the House (the Clerk) and the Secretary of the Senate (the Secretary).
As Clerk of the House of Assembly, Duff was well-respected by all parties, and much-admired for her graciousness and warm sense of humour.
The Cardiff-born lord stepped down as clerk of the House of Commons last summer and was granted the rare honour of being named for a life peerage by the Prime Minister personally.
Recommendation: The Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives should work with the Library's Chief Financial Officer to ensure that the Library documents and approves operating practices for its investment and reporting responsibilities supporting the Capitol Preservation Fund.
Typically, in any legislative session, only about one-third of introduced bills make the cut and get work sessions, said Ramona Kenady, chief clerk of the House.
I'm representing the speaker of the House, I'm representing the clerk of the House, all of the members, because I am truly there to convey who they are and what they do.
Commons Speaker John Bercow has instructed the Clerk of the House Malcolm Jack to "suspend any payments which would otherwise be due and attributable to the Resettlement Grant in any case where criminal proceedings are brought in relation to any claim for expenses until the criminal proceedings have been finally disposed of".
But Mr Bercow last night wrote to the Clerk of the House Malcolm Jack telling him to "suspend any payments which would otherwise be due and attributable to the resettlement grant in any case where criminal proceedings are brought in relation to any claim for expenses until the criminal proceedings have been finally disposed of".
The Clerk of the House, Malcolm Jack, had a salary rise of about 11% to at least pounds 190k.
Senate Ethics Officer 2005- House of Commons Term Name Function (year) O'Brien, Audrey Elizabeth Clerk of the House of Commons 2005- First female Clerk of the House of Commons Bosc, Marc Deputy Clerk of the House of 2005- Commons Walsh, Robert R.
I regret that a consent form was then signed by the Serjeant at Arms without consulting the Clerk of the House," Mr Martin said.