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con·tin·u·ing ed·u·ca·tion

(kŏn-tinyū-ing edyū-kāshŭn)
Systematic professional learning experiences designed to augment knowledge and skills of health care professionals; education completed after the initial educational program; required for relicensure in some fields.

con·tin·u·ing ed·u·ca·tion

(kŏn-tinyū-ing edyū-kāshŭn)
Systematic professional learning experiences designed to augment knowledge and skills of health care professionals.
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Because the universities in this study have chosen not to promote their Extension program at this time, they are limiting the public's ability to become aware of the opportunities and information available through Extension.
An official with the Department of Defense, which maintains about $13.6 billion worth of drugs in its stockpile, says that in 2016 it cost $3.1 million to run the extension program, but it saved the department from replacing $2.1 billion in expired drugs.
The Army recently implemented the Medical Retention Processing (MRP) program, which takes the place of the medical extension program. MRP authorizes an automatic 179 days of pay and benefits, resolving many of the processing delays experienced by soldiers.
The State Extension Program hires Volunteer Camping Assistants to work in county 4-H camps across West Virginia.
In addition to Northrop Grumman's annual sustainment award in October for $135 million, new modernization efforts awarded this year include the Safety Enhanced Reentry Vehicle Program, awarded in April for $170 million, which transfers Peacekeeper reentry vehicles onto the Minuteman III to enhance the safety and maintain reliability of the reentry vehicle; the Rapid Execution and Combat Targeting Service Life Extension Program worth $65 million to upgrade the launch command centers; and the Minuteman Minimum Essential Emergency Communication Network program worth $46 million to upgrade launch control communications.
The Chicago Community Trust gave you a grant for $190,000, and the University of Illinois Extension Program helped you.
The University Extension program at the University of California at Davis has announced an extensive line-up of brewing programs and courses for 2001.
Ebiezel Nascimento, former head of research and now in charge of the rural extension program, insists Ceplac did what it could.
Cassell, who works with the California Sea Grant Extension program, was speaking at a symposium on "Alien Species in Coastal Waters: What Are the Real Ecological and Social Costs?" at the February American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting in Washington, D.C.
The authors' approach in the book is to provide the reader a general overview of various subjects they regard as central to the effective operation of an agricultural extension program and its sponsoring organization.
That bill would eliminate the $341 million Advanced Technology Program and the $90.6 million Manufacturing Extension Program, both administered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Although Manufacturing Technology Centers and the State Technology Extension Program (created by the 1988 trade bill) are experiencing some teething pains, we are learning valuable lessons.