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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.
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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In addition, for those test requisitions not addressed by the method described above, clinical house staff members are engaged as part of microbiology-specific rounds that are held 5 times a week in the microbiology laboratory.
His two previous books Ring of Power and The White House Staff: Inside the West Wing and Beyond investigate the structure and operation of the staffs of these presidents.
(9) This Note focuses on whether graduate students performing services for universities and house staff serving hospitals are employees under the NLRA.
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Although the pressure is put on front of house staff, we are all ambassadors for our firms.
As with Governing the White House, the authors' primary empirical goal is to describe the emergence and institutionalization of key White House staff "governance structures." These are defined in the opening chapter as recurring interactions (formal and informal) between presidents and their advisers.
House staff were required to attend training sessions, and new house staff were trained as part of their initial orientation.
She conducted a dietary survey and obtained blood samples for analysis of vitamin D status in both spring and fall from 35 internal medicine house staff at Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland.
FEI continues to speak with relevant Senate and House staff about our concerns, and we continue to advocate that, as a worst-case scenario, the CEO should only be required to sign Form 1120 once.
Washington Post cartoonist Herblock, he reminds us, showed Johnson as a white slave master whipping the White House staff. Contrasted with the urbane John F.
The other day, Russell Mokhiber of the Corporate Crime Reporter was asking a simple question that went unanswered: "Ari, other than Elliott Abrams, how many convicted criminals are on the White House staff?"
Petersburg Times editorial noted, the "private" rally "had a distinctly public character." It was run in part by public employees and organized in part by White House staff; a White House spokesperson called it "a governmental, presidential event."