legitimate relationship

legitimate relationship

A term defined in the context of the NHS Connecting for Health programme for an electronic record stored on the NHS Spine, which details the care relationship between a patient and a healthcare professional or group of healthcare professionals. It is used to restrict access so only the care professionals involved in the patient’s care can access his or her clinical information. To determine if an LR exists, the care professional must first uniquely identify the patient, which is done by tracing the patient’s demographic record on the Personal Demographics Service. Therefore a care professional needs to access to the patient’s demographics record before determining if a LR exists.
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It should therefore not be coerced to deny or conceal such a legitimate relationship. The parent organisation should be able to exercise direct control of the international NGO and dictate its policy as a matter of right since, in most cases, it is the sole donor and also manages the Kenyan entity through secondment of key personnel.
In the poem 'Ab Mein Post Box Mein Koi Khat Nahin Daaloon Gi' [I Will Not Put a Letter in the Post Box] she regrets the taboo for women that they cannot post a love letter to someone out of a legitimate relationship. In another poem she regrets that she is not a 'houri' and thus cannot go to the paradise promised to men.
"It establishes a legitimate relationship between members of different societies.
As far as business or professional links are concerned, the State Department said a legitimate relationship must be "formal, documented and formed in the ordinary course rather than for the purpose of evading the ban." Journalists, students, workers or lecturers who have valid invitations or employment contracts in the U.S.
"Our aim is to boost the legitimate relationship and cooperation between pharmaceutical companies, healthcare professionals and healthcare organisations, boosting credibility through transparency and making it more comprehensible to patients and all relevant stakeholders," he said.
"My child was from a legitimate relationship and there is no way I could have killed her," she said.
Criminal intent: The perpetrator has no legitimate relationship to the business or its employees and is usually committing a crime in conjunction with the violence.
* Where the individual has no legitimate relationship to the workplace and enters the workplace to commit a robbery or another criminal act.
The best way to do this is to reverence our founding document by educating ourselves as to the legitimate relationship between the states and the feds and then insist that the limits on power established in the Constitution are respected and enforced.
'So my judgment is that Syria will move; Syria will change, as it embraces a legitimate relationship with the United States and the West and economic opportunity that comes with it and the participation that comes with it.' Several days later, Clinton raised eyebrows when she said ' without naming them ' that 'many of the members of Congress of both parties who have gone to Syria in recent months have said they believe he [Assad] is a reformer.' On Friday 30 August 2013, Kerry called Assad a 'thug and murderer.' During two television talk shows on Sunday, he compared the Syrian leader to Adolf Hitler and Saddam Hussein.
The statement said, 'The bank fines demonstrate that the US policy of ferocious prosecution of financial and commercial transactions targeting Cuba and those who maintain a legitimate relationship with our country under the protection of international law not only has not changed, but has hardened.'
They have established a legitimate relationship with the Ja'faris (a.k.a.