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A regionally popular term for a physician or researcher who is regarded by his peers as the ultimate expert—the ‘pope’—on a particular subject

pope

Academia A popular term for a physician or researcher regarded by his peers as the ultimate expert–the 'pope' in a particular subject. See Name.

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Q. Dear Doctors,I had cyst in my left ovary and poped it off,after that I have a small pain every day. in HSG everything was OK.my Pop smir is ok and in histroscopy every thing was ok. would you please ask me why I have this pain?

A. as Ann already mentioned - this is a good place to get good advises, not diagnosis... my advise to you is to ask the gyno how long there should be pain after the surgery. i'm sure it take couple of days minimum but i would ask him about it. if there's something wrong he'll know what to do.
sorry i can't help more...

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Noyes J and Popay J, 'Directly observed therapy and tuberculosis: how can a systematic review of qualitative research contribute to improving services?
If, as Popay and Williams (1998) argued, relationships are about power, then NHS Trusts are generally the weaker partner in research partnerships--even teaching trusts with strong academic link organisations.
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Some of the Natural Theater Company's most talented members -- including Rose Popay, HEof Morgan, Ric Jerrom, and Mark Bishop who have worked together numerous times before --Aa have participated in the Book Fair performance.
Popay. "Systematically Reviewing Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence to Inform Management and Policy-Making in the Health Field." Journal of Health Services Research and Policy 2005; 10 (3, Suppl): 6-20.
Although the endophyte is barely present in roots (Azevedo and Welty, 1995), Popay et al.
Studies conducted in the UK in 1993 by Popay, Bartley and Owen show that women in all age groups are more likely than men to be living in low-income households (qtd.
The revolt was the brainchild of one Pope (pronounced "Popay"), a "sorcerer," who had previously been imprisoned by the Spaniards.
From a psychosocial perspective, lower income households may be more vulnerable to the pressures of natural hazards because they are already enduring economic hardships that may serve as chronic stressors (Bolin 1986, Popay et al.
However, several researchers have noted that interview administration may be needed in some elderly populations, and that the scales may have limitations when used with the frail elderly (Hill, Harries, and Popay, 1996).