discipline


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discipline

A UK term of art for an allied health profession which requires formal training, leading to a recognised professional qualification.

Examples
Physiotherapy, nursing, pharmacology.

discipline

A branch or domain of knowledge, instruction, or learning. Nursing, medicine, physical therapy, and social work are examples of health-related or professional disciplines. History, sociology, psychology, chemistry, and physics are examples of academic disciplines.
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At the same time, they note that some disciplines in which the influence of economics scholarship is growing, most notably computer science and operations research, have been and remain focused on economic theory.
Mechanical Engineering plus its minor disciplines also get 8 seats 20% though their total population is 15.
Teens of parents who stop using physical discipline when their children are young are less likely to have these behaviour problems.
A committee should oversee a rigorous approval process for the selection of courses from traditional disciplines that may count toward the major.
By involving your students in the process of selecting music and learning about other disciplines, they also become invested in the idea that music can reach beyond its typical boundaries.
To gain a better idea of what this watershed involves, it is worth going back over the course of the academic debate in the pages of the JSH since its inception and considering how scholars have responded to the challenges and problems facing the discipline at different times.
It was recognized the accomplishment of these two intimately linked approaches also requires that the methods employed would have to be founded on the basis of a discipline.
The person of faith will know that God has a purpose for that discipline and from which the recipient is meant to learn.
Candidates with interests in a single discipline are encouraged to apply.
In the "Introduction," Garrett discusses several of the key books and articles written on church discipline since 1962.
ITEM: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for February 23 commented: "For a champion of fiscal discipline, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan is surprisingly tolerant of what passes for restraint nowadays.
It is worth noting that it appears that since Barkley has given up the discipline of a player he has gained a substantial amount of weight.

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