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A UK term of art used in statutory language referring to the doctor who cared for (“attended”) a particular patient during the illness that led to death and thus is familiar with the patient’s medical history, investigations, and treatment. The certifying doctor (i.e., the doctor signing the medical certificate of cause of death) should also have access to relevant medical records and the results of investigations.
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In response to this question, 37% respondents said that yes, they had attended a funeral in the past two months, while 62% respondents said that no, they had not attended a funeral in the past two months.
Overall, 37 percent of Catholics in our sample attended a Catholic elementary, middle or junior high school and half of them attended for at least eight years.
I used a survey on the first day of classes to determine whether students would attend help-sessions, and another survey on the last day of classes in which students reported whether they had, in fact, attended any of the help-sessions.
Specific differences by item are as follows: Of the students in the experimental group, 67 percent disagreed or strongly disagreed that they read more, 76 percent disagreed or strongly disagreed that they studied with others more, and 67 percent were undecided or marked N/A about the usefulness of the question-answer sessions, reflecting the fact that few attended these sessions.
They also frequently attended revivals in Compton, where he said he and his family were often the only white faces in the crowd.
a retention and student affairs specialist at San Jacinto College North in Houston, attended as a volunteer that year.
About 700 delegates representing the 348 member churches of the WCC attended along with 3,200 other participants.
One teacher I know writes the parents of her students after attending a conference and outlines all the sessions she attended at the conference.
There were 21 brokers and franchise owners who attended the first annual retreat in 2002, 55 in 2003 and 180 in 2004.
Christopher attended the Women's Leadership Institute at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, where she took classes on effective negotiating, mentoring and leadership.
VA medical center, Walter Reed Artily Medical Center, and the National Naval Medical Center attended the exciting game.
Nearly 400 people attended the seminar in Chicago, surpassing the record the same program set last year in Las Vegas.