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clinical lecturer

A junior academic doctor in the UK pursuing a career in basic or clinical research, who usually has a training grade post such as specialty registrar or GP registrar, and whose job is called a clinical lectureship.
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Whatever the merits of these claims, we must demand more of democratic states and democratic leaders than C*The Pinochet Standard.E Stephan Sonnenberg is a Clinical Lecturer, International Human Rights & Conflict Resolution Clinic Stanford Law School
National Institute for Health Research clinical lecturer at the Imperial College London.
"We would like to develop a better screening program to help prevent sudden cardiac death, but there is not enough rigorous data to support what that should look like," says Sanjaya Gupta, M.D., clinical lecturer in the division of electrophysiology at the University of Michigan Health System.
In the 1980s, Philip Latey was a well-known clinical lecturer at the British School of Osteopathy.
Currently she is a senior clinical lecturer at the Technion School of Medicine and deputy- chief of the department of gastroenterology, Bnei Zion Medical Center, Haifa, Israel.
Dr David Kessler, a GP and Walport Clinical Lecturer in Primary Care at Bristol University, said some doctors got "wrapped up" in treating physical symptoms but needed to be aware of the "background" of possible depression.
For the purpose of this pilot and the associated research the 'M-Support' project a set of evaluative criteria was developed with consideration to the role of the clinical lecturer in supporting the student, as well as the factors and assumptions previously identified.
Conrod, a clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, first developed the program in Canada, where it proved similarly successful in a study of 300 high school students with a mean age of 16 years (J.
Ward (a clinical lecturer in social work at the Tavistock Clinic in London) begins by addressing some key issues and principles underpinning this kind of work.
Pearson, a clinical lecturer at the University of Dundee, Scotland, and previously a clinical research fellow in diabetes and vascular medicine at Peninsula Medical School, Universities of Exeter and Plymouth (England).
Salah Gariballa is a consultant at Barnsley General Hospital and Senior Clinical Lecturer at the Sheffield Institute for Studies on Ageing, University of Sheffield, UK.
Writing in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), Simon Conroy, a clinical lecturer in geriatrics, called for a review.

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