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diplomate

(dĭp′lə-māt′)
n.
One who has received a diploma, especially a physician certified as a specialist by a board of examiners.
Graduate education A physician who is board-certified in a particular specialty and holds a diploma from a specialty board
Vox populi A person with a degree in higher education—i.e., one who has a diploma

diplomate

A person with a degree of higher education, a diplomate Graduate education A physician who is board-certified in a particular specialty and holds a diploma from a specialty board. See Boards, Board-certified, Board-eligible.
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* Become a meaningful, contemporary, and relevant professional development activity for diplomates that ensures they remain up-to-date in their specialty.
As I read an article written by a Diplomate of the AAS, I assign a certain, higher level of credibility to the authors, knowing what it means to earn this certification.
Those candidates who are approved will receive a certificate that attests to their standing as an AMHCA Diplomate and as a Clinical Mental Health Specialist in the area in which they qualify.
If the approved QI program includes patient or peer feedback (eg, a survey), the diplomate can receive credit for 1 PIP feedback module.
If the diplomate's practice is such that this information is not applicable, then the diplomate must provide a description of his or her practice.
De fait, le choix du Bresilien Roberto Azevedo, parmi neuf pretendants a la succession de Pascal Lamy, marque le penchant des Etats membres pour un diplomate de carriere, connu pour etre un "constructeur de consensus".
College president, Dr Kamlesh Chauhan, (pictured with diplomates) told diplomates that they were in a "truly privileged position to enrich people's lives." He said that, although diplomates will feel relief at having qualified, it is important to "do all that you can to serve your patients to the highest level by continuing your development."
Le Bulletin Diplomatique Macedonien souhaite a son collegue Blagoj Zasov des jours de retraite detendus, tout en esperant que les jeunes generations de diplomates macedoniens pourront compter sur son experience riche.
It also demonstrates that the diplomate continues to assimilate new knowledge and techniques and continue to develop their clinical skills
I encourage everyone, whether you have a DABCI or any other diplomate, to find out what topics are being offered in the DABCI program that may interest you because you do not know much about it or because a refresher course with new and current information may change you and your practice.
He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine.
AAWM offers four levels of certification: Diplomate, Fellow, Clinical Associate, and Research Associate.

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