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registrant

 [rej´is-trant]
a nurse listed on the books of a registry as available for duty.

registrant

(rej′ĭ-strănt) [L. registrare, to collect, pile up]
A nurse named on the books of a registry as being on call or available to be called for duty. The term usually refers to the status of a private-duty nurse.
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include, as a disclosure topic, human capital resources, including any human capital measures or objectives that management focuses on in managing the business, to the extent such disclosures would be material to an understanding of the registrant's business,such as, depending on the nature of the registrant's business and workforce, measures or objectives that address the attraction, development, and retention of personnel; and
The Securities and Exchange Commission today proposed amendments0x20to modernize the description of business (Item 101), legal proceedings (Item 103), and risk factor disclosures (Item 105) that registrants are required to make pursuant to Regulation S-K.0x200x20The Commission is proposing amendments to these items to improve these disclosures for investors and to simplify compliance for registrants.0x200x20More specifically, the proposed amendments are intended to improve the readability of disclosure documents, as well as discourage repetition and disclosure of information that is not material.
"He was clear the registrant was referring to the road traffic accident on 28 April, 2015, when she had said she attempted to resuscitate the child.
On November 9, 2018, the NANB Complaints Committee suspended the registration of registrant number 024023 pending the outcome of a hearing before the Review Committee.
"The Department hopes to broaden the field of applicants, therefore ultimately being able to approve the highest quality clinical registrants and assuring that the most robust research will occur," Levine wrote in the bulletin.
During the three-month registration period, the Comelec said their Offices of Election Officer nationwide, except in Marawi City, will accommodate registrants from Mondays to Saturdays, 8 a.m.
"Proper regulation of the profession depends upon registrants being honest with their regulator.
This included workshops with different groups of service users and carers; focus groups and interviews with registrants and employers; and discussion with Fitness to Practise (FtP) Panel Chairs.
Compliance manuals created by outsourced CCOs were not tailored to registrants' businesses and practices and, thus, the compliance manuals that had been adopted contained policies and procedures that were not appropriate or applicable to the registrants' businesses or practices;
There is flexibility within the draft guidance for nurses to choose their fellow registrant for the PDD, and to choose the reflections to be discussed at the PDD meeting.
"As a radiographer the registrant is expected to behave professionally and exercise good judgment in all circumstances.
It is important to understand whether the registrant "has made investors, the market and the media aware of the channels of distribution it expects to use, so these parties know where to look for disclosures of material information about the company."
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