professional team

professional team

A UK term of art for the members of one or more specialties/disciplines who jointly provide a specific type of healthcare, which may or may not be led by a consultant.

Example
Multi-disciplinary teams (MDTs) for cancer, which may include staff from medical, nursing, allied health professions (AHP), social services and other disciplines.
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The team flew to the Czech Republic and played the professional team Bohemians Prague.
Karen is a former health visitor who started in Unite as a regional officer in 1997, before becoming national officer in the professional team and for the finance sector.
ERL played a number of games, including Magners League games last year, as a professional team affiliated to SRU prior to voluntarily becoming an associate member of SRU at the invitation of Graham Ireland, secretary of Scottish Rugby Union.
The Chivas deal) brings a professional team that much closer to this level.
Knowledgeably co-edited and authored by the professional team of Elspeth Cameron Ritchie (Psychiatry Consultant to the U.
Recent addition to the Fletcher Thompson professional team include: Kay Grady Whitefield, AIA, as Project Manager.
In November 2003 she joined the senior professional team of B'nai British Canada as the president of the B'nai British Foundation (National Post, November 22, 2003).
And Bean was the third athlete in an American professional team sport to come out since Dave Kopay, a National Football League all-pro, went public about his sexual orientation in 1975.
Police said the graffiti markings made reference to a video made by the professional team.
Vern's dedicated and professional team is solely responsible for supporting WorldCom's supplier diversity initiative and working to achieve the corporate goal of enhanced growth through diversity.
Yes, we all have much to do, but any potential donor to any college or potential ticket buyer to any professional team should consider it their duty to sent a letter indicating an intention to withhold financial support to those institutions that keep the "Lady" or the offending Indian references in their names.

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