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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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* Demonstrate a commitment to professional self-regulation to both diplomates and the public.
A ce jour, ce sont donc quatorze pays europeens dont la France et l'Allemagne, en plus des Etats-Unis et du Canada, qui ont convenu d'expulser des diplomates russes.
"I look forward to working together with ABIM, our community of accredited CME providers, and our community of diplomates to leverage the power of education to drive quality in our medical profession and improve care for the patients we serve."
These credentials are bestowed upon qualified sanitarians that meet the requirements or certification as a Diplomate and/or Diplomate Laureate of the American Academy of Sanitarians (AAS).
The first two editions in Lebanon of "Les Petits Diplomates," which were given by Debard in November 2013 and February 2014, proved very successful.
An exception to this "rule of 5" applies to diplomates who have a supervisor capable of evaluating all general competencies, defined below.
Part II--Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment: Diplomates must meet the ABP's educational and self-assessment requirements.
En presque 20 ans d'existence, l'Organisation mondiale du commerce (OMC) aura fait suffisamment de chemin pour meriter un diplomate du Sud a ses commandes et encadre assez de negociations inabouties pour mesurer l'ampleur du fiasco.
Des diplomates et des ONG s'attendent cependant a une forte opposition aux candidatures de Teheran et Damas parmi les 193 membres de l'Assemblee generale.
Only 9% of diplomates remained in rural communities (as originally envisaged), while 31% were now consultants (as fellows) and 30% were registrars in fellowship training.
One diplomate, Greg Wilkes, told OT that he was "proud to finally be a member of the College." His parents said: "This is the first day of the rest of his life.

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