transitional year

transitional year

In graduate medical education, a structured educational experience in a general field of study prior to enrollment in a medical or surgical specialty.
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Fiscal 2015, as we have stated, is a transitional year as we work to set a strong foundation for the future.
It was a transitional year from the old free scheme where unlimited amounts of garden waste could be put out - a service we simply could not sustain as a result of central government budget cuts placing pressure on essential front-line services such as those we provide for vulnerable people.
The report sets out that 2013 was a transitional year in which safe arrangements for controlled drugs were maintained despite changes in both legislation and the NHS.
The 31-year-old is in a transitional year and has told aides he wants to have another industry or charity job.
Roger Bryant, Executive Chairman for FieldPoint, stated, "2013 was a transitional year for us in many ways.
John Duffy, chief executive of Finsbury Food Group, said: "I am pleased with the progress made in what has been a transitional year for the group.
Clearly, 2013 was a transitional year for residential property in the United States.
So, I will argue that 2014 may also turn out to be a transitional year in terms of economic performance.
CEO Jiang Huai Lin said, "The year of 2013 will continue to be a challenging transitional year as the company experienced financial losses in the first half of the year.
I have used this transitional year to try out various experiences and to improve my track driving.
French added: "We think 2013 will be a transitional year as the group seeks to rebuild profitability in its digital division while trying to protect retail profit levels.
TMG, which sees 2012 as a transitional year, did not give a full-year outlook due to persistent uncertainties about the development of advertising income in the key fourth quarter.