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staff

 [staf]
1. a wooden rod or rodlike structure.
2. a grooved director used as a guide for the knife in lithotomy.
3. the professional personnel of a health care facility or agency.
staff of Aesculapius see aesculapius.
attending staff the corps of attending physicians and surgeons of a hospital.
consulting staff specialists associated with a hospital and acting in an advisory capacity to the attending staff.
house staff the resident physicians and surgeons of a hospital.
staff mix a term in the nursing minimum data set, defined as the combination of all caregivers participating in nursing care for an individual patient or client.

house staff

physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and supervision of the attending staff.

house staff

n.
The physicians in specialty training at a hospital who care for patients under the direction and responsibility of attending physicians.

house staff

the interns and residents who are employed at a hospital while receiving additional training after graduation from medical college.
The body of physicians and other health care providers who participate in patient management within the hospital

house staff

Medical practice The body of physicians and other health care providers who participate in Pt management within the hospital. See Hospital-based physician, House physician, Medical staff, RAPER.

house staff

(hows staf)
Physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and responsibility of the attending staff.

house staff

(hows staf)
Physicians and surgeons in specialty training at a hospital who care for the patients under the direction and supervision of the attending staff.
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CHURCH house staff during their pilgrimage to Holy Island
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The authors conclude by summarizing the major factors influencing the evolution of the White House staff during this period.
House staff were required to attend training sessions, and new house staff were trained as part of their initial orientation.
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Church House staff helps by meeting with the support group to explain what their responsibilities are.
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Inservice education was provided to nurses and house staff on central-line management.
While the Clintons and Bushes attend the inauguration on January 20, the White House staff clears out the 130-room mansion.
According to the court, the intern's speech had a detrimental impact on her relationships with her superiors and impeded her ability to perform her duties, and her speech posed a real threat to the effectiveness of the sex offender treatment program and to the safety of the halfway house staff and the public.