clinical assistant


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clinical assistant

A now-retired term for a service grade medical doctor in the UK in a non-training hospital post who practised below consultant level. Clinical assistants often worked on a part-time basis under the supervision of a consultant and did not need specialist accreditation. Time spent as a clinical assistant didn’t count as training time. Clinical assistants, staff/trust grade doctors, clinical medical officers, and hospital practitioners have been subsumed under “specialty doctor grade”, which was established by the GMC in 2008.
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Trisha Sheridan, a forensic nurse and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing, said the department would ensure more forensic nurses are available to Texas hospitals.
Scott Haltzman, a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry and human behavior at Brown University in Providence.
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She has also held leadership roles with Kaiser Permanente, as chief of medicine; CIGNA, as vice president and regional medical director; and vice president and associate chief medical officer for University Hospitals Case Medical Center of Cleveland, where she was also clinical assistant professor of medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine
Ryan Welter, clinical assistant professor at Brown University has revealed that as celebrities have been talking about the drug, there has been a surge in the number of people trying it.
The findings were compared with results from Maslach surveys administered at the same time intervals to physicians and others at four community primary care clinics that stuck to the traditional one physician/one clinical assistant staffing model.
The findings were compared with results from Maslach surveys given at the same time intervals to physicians and others at four community primary care clinics that stuck to the traditional one physician/one clinical assistant staffing model.
One account, from Suzanne Griss, a clinical assistant in A&E described her being "startled" by Dr A's reaction to what he had said to her.
A clinical assistant professor at the D'Youville College, Lewis was named Pharmacy Faculty Member of the Year for 2011-2012.
In the US, during 1999 and 2002 he was a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Department of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, California, and since 2002 he has become Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at the same University.
"For many years there's been a lot of controversy about whether vaccinations or environmental factors influence the development of autism, and there's always the question of at what age a child begins to develop the disorder," said lead author Tammy Movsas, clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at MSU and medical director of the Midland County Department of Public Health.

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