joint practice

joint practice

1 the practice of one or more physicians, nurses, and other health professionals, usually private, who work as a team, sharing responsibility for a group of patients.
2 (in inpatient nursing) the practice of making joint decisions about patient care by committees of the physicians and nurses working on a division.
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The Boston Brawlers, led by Head Coach Terry Shea, will also open camp in Omaha and take part in joint practice sessions with the Mammoths.
FOXBORO -- Stout defensive tackle Sealver Siliga saw plenty of time with the first-string defense in training camp before breaking his left hand during a joint practice with the Washington Redskins on Aug.
We have joint practice meetings with the entire team where we can discuss particular clients and agree on a plan of care," said Powell.
By contrast, for the video Arcade Hustla, 2009-10, Rafman interviewed men whose love of video games has brought them into a community built around joint practice sessions, international competitions, and online trash-talking.
A recent systematic review reported that nursing academic-service partnerships have 4 main stages: (1) mutual potential benefits, (2) moving from being competitors to collaborators, (3) joint practice, and (4) beneficial outcomes.
The meeting was attended by of Air Commodore Maktum bin Salim al-MazrouiaACAOe, Assistant Chief of Staff for Training and Joint Practice, a number of senior SAF officers and the Military AttachEa of the Egyptian Embassy in Muscat.
The special athletes of Pakistan also attended the joint practice sessions on Saturday.
The alliance is currently engaged in a research project with The Institute of Education and Shef-field Hallam University, focusing on joint practice development and its positive impact on pedagogy of eight teachers from alliance and partner schools.
One practice, the Culinary Extra Clinic, opened this January in Las Vegas serving the hotel and restaurant workers who participate in the Culinary Health Fund, and a month later, bora opened Dartmouth Health Connect, a joint practice with Dartmouth College and Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Hanover, N.
For example, a solicitors' practice in a small town might establish a joint practice with a local accountant.
Now a joint practice owner, in 'DIY PR', she will give an insight into how she communicates her message with the local community ensuring that existing patients return and that new patients are attracted to her practice in Wakefield.
So if we talk about a joint practice in production we should also consider joint planning and close cooperation in production management.
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