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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.

staff

(staf),
1. A specific group of workers.
2. Synonym(s): director (1)
[A.S. staef]

staff

Medtalk noun A group of physicians and health care professionals in a specific practice setting, or affiliated to a particular hospital or medical school, generally who provide Pt care. See Active staff, Adjunct staff, Consulting staff, Courtesy staff, Emeritus staff, Honorary staff, House staff, Medical staff verb To provide the personnel necessary for a service or operation to function in its intended capacity.

staff

(staf)
1. A specific group of workers.
2. Synonym(s): director (1) .
[A.S. staef]

staff

(staf)
1. A specific group of workers (e.g., reception, dental technicians, dentists).
2. Synonym(s): director (1) .
[A.S. staef]
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By allowing staff to stay in a corporate-paid apartment for free, a nonprofit is deemed to be providing use of facilities at below-market rent, which constitutes a benefit.
In an interview, bookstore warehouse manager Sarah Chandler said the news came as a shock to staff. "It wasn't on the radar," she said, adding that several of the staff have theological backgrounds and relate to the spiritual aspect of the book centre's merchandise, which includes books, music, vestments, cards and other religious items.
A temporary reduction in acceptable phone service levels may be necessary to buy time for the staff to address the underlying transactions, as an example, and if so, the use of automated messaging to communicate this temporary reason and the eventual benefit should be considered.
The staff shortage in the accounting profession is at an all-time high, and no relief is in sight.
Three groups of camp staff were interviewed for this study: summer seasonal administrative staff; full-time, year-round camp staff; and organizational staff at related service centers.
(2) Library staff were asked to evaluate the idea to see whether it could work in Westminster.
Cathy's successor (a search is underway) will now provide administrative support to the Executive Director as well as the Legal staff (including managing our library), and will remain the Subscription Coordinator for The Tax Executive.
* Involving the staff as much as possible in planning the details below the basic structure and set of responsibilities.
NIKE Staff Presentations by: Jeff Tedford, California, Bobby Johnson, Vanderbilt, Ed Orgeron, Ole Miss, Sonny Lubick, Colorado State, Les Miles, LSU
* Advises and supports the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, the Office of the Chief of Staff, and civilian military officials of the Department of the Air Force concerning nonoperational international activities.
Sometimes, I'm not the one who has the answer--many times, my staff has it.
Wainman organized training sessions for licensed staff, then followed with monthly meetings for all nursing staff.