full shift

full shift

A UK term for a (hospital) work shift which divides the total working week into definitive time blocks, with doctors or other staff rotating around the shift pattern. Doctors work for the whole duty period, except for natural breaks; juniors are rostered for duty periods of up to 13 hours.
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Finance aims to complete the full shift to an electronic invoicing system by the end of 2022 as part of the digital transformation in tax administration that the Duterte administration wants to embark on so the government could provide better and faster services to taxpayers.
The Department of Finance (DOF) aims to complete the full shift to an electronic invoicing system by December 2022 as part of the digital transformation in tax administration that the government wants to embark on for better and faster services to taxpayers.
MIL-STD-810G tested for drops, vibrations, humidity, extreme temperatures and varying altitudes, the device's battery will run for a full shift (or longer), even with heavy use.
To ensure full shift power and eliminate downtime, the sled includes its own dedicated 3350mAh battery.
Transducers are extremely natural objects for representing homeomorphisms of Cantor spaces such as n^Z := 0,1, ..., n-1 ^Z, and this project develops these representations for two classes of automorphisms, Aut(n^Z,s), the automorphisms of the full shift on n letters, and Aut(V_n), the automorphisms of the classical Higman-Thompson groups.
Just like the opening episode of the BBC's last monster Sunday night hit Bodyguard, the dramatic setting for the beginning of Jodie Whittaker's first full shift was an incident on a speeding commuter train.
Core and mold wash and physical mold packing were eliminated, cutting full shift man hours for both processes, plus wash drying time.
Former Chief Justice Hilario Davide, for instance, said that a BBL region could be seen as a way of gauging whether the country is prepared to make the full shift to federalism.
"Our boys will have put in a full shift before having to drive to Alloa."
A 10-ton chiller operating one full shift per day reportedly could pay for itself in energy savings within three years.
In an announcement, the nurses' branch of the civil servants' union Pasydy, said that following the recent cabinet decision concerning doctors working at the A&Es, it was "imperative" that the government also look into the possibility of restoring the full shift allowances to nursing staff working in the same departments "as a minimum indication of the recognition and appreciation of their difficult task".
All versions come with a rechargeable battery that can be charged inside or outside the printer and was designed to last a full shift for most use cases.