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  • healthcare
  • Many UK healthcare professionals still "panic" when they come across a case of female genital mutilation (FGM), according to a leading specialist midwife who has called for improvements to training and services. (nursingtimes.net)
  • This special report examined the current state of nursing and changing landscape of the American healthcare system and offered recommendations for the future role nurses should play. (eiyoujiten.info)
  • Com While nursing has generated a lot of research about caring, this concept remains relevant to all healthcare professionals encountering users of health care services. (eiyoujiten.info)
  • The health policy professional is knowledgeable in the sciences of environmental, biological, sociological and other health-related issues and interfaces between healthcare concerns and legislative concerns relevant to the complex challenges relating to the inter-relationships between science and health in the public health sector ( jhsph.edu ). (enotes.com)
  • Considering such encouraging results based on infection control policy only, the contributions of infection-control professionals (ICP) are due in various aspects of prevention, such as early diagnosis and control of flu pandemic outbreak to reduce the risk of spreading the flu in the hospital setting, thereby protecting patients, employees, healthcare students and visitors. (clinicaladvisor.com)
  • Practices
  • Taking a qualitative approach, through the use of interviews and focus groups, the empirical core of the PhD examines professional employees' responses to changes in their own working practices. (lboro.ac.uk)
  • advocate
  • Throughout history nurses have had many roles: direct care provider, client advocate , teacher counselor and researcher. (jamk.fi)
  • Health policy professionals "understand the issues and are willing to advocate for their patients" ( explorehealthcareers.org ). (enotes.com)
  • While other professionals address the long-term tasks of assessment, analysis, decontamination and remediation, health policy professionals identify and advocate solutions for immediate problems while interfacing to formulate public policy for long-term issues including healthier village environments where, for example, houses are not built on top of waste pits and children don't play by pipelines. (enotes.com)
  • The presence of Ecuadorean economist and President Rafael Correa (then president-elect) for an on-site inspection of the Texaco contamination and spills sites illustrates how opportunities exist for health policy professionals to advocate for affected people and to open an informed discourse with government for the purpose of influencing legislative public health policy through scientific information, assessment and analysis. (enotes.com)
  • challenges
  • Academic programs, co-curricular clubs, and professional organizations are springing up across disciplines and countries to address diverse global sustainable development challenges. (nextbillion.net)
  • Secondly our review suggested that it was unlikely new roles would slot neatly in to primary care without some challenges , because 'substituting' other workers for GPs is not as simple as it sounds. (nihr.ac.uk)
  • play
  • A better understanding of the possible role of moral doubt in stimulating critical reflection and changing cultures might inform us whether stimulating moral doubt, for example by means of moral case deliberation, can play a role in reducing and improving the use of coercion. (biomedcentral.com)
  • aims
  • Today we see it in the mission statements of professional organizations: the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers aims to "advance technology for humanity," Doctors Without Borders wants to "help doctors help patients," and the Royal Society of Chemistry studies "for the sake of knowledge and benefit of mankind. (nextbillion.net)
  • Despite positive reports in the national press about new non-medical professionals in the NHS , it is far from clear at this point whether new roles are achieving their aims. (nihr.ac.uk)
  • professions
  • Long ago at the beginning of the tortuous process that eventually delivered the Mental Health Act 2007 , it was suggested that the approved social worker (ASW) role should be opened up to other mental health professions. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • As a social worker Morrans has no qualms about other professions taking on the role of AMHP. (communitycare.co.uk)
  • Abbott analysed how professionals defend themselves and respond to competing claims from neighbouring professions. (springer.com)
  • career
  • What are the career pathways for professionals who want to leverage their education and passion to improve the human condition? (nextbillion.net)
  • This set-up where women perform in both traditional and career roles is not without its problems. (ebscohost.com)
  • facilitate
  • We argue that professional service firms (PSFs) grant access to nonlocalized knowledge repositories and thereby not only facilitate external learning but also help to overcome localization. (wiley.com)
  • support
  • Background: Their knowledge of preventive health, coupled with their dynamic roles in the community, puts public health professionals in a key position to expand their roles in the health promotion and support of breastfeeding as optimal infant feeding. (scirp.org)
  • Integration of breastfeeding into public health professionals' core training could support broader social change. (scirp.org)
  • The organization, which offers recovery support for women, is using social media outlets to help distribute the video "No Longer Craving," which discusses acupuncture's role in preventing relapse to opioid and other drug dependence. (addictionpro.com)
  • Help direct support professionals know how extremely valuable they are in the lives of people with disabilities! (umdnj.edu)
  • Learn how direct support professionals discover what people want and then make it happen. (umdnj.edu)
  • needs
  • A number of calls have been collected from the help line database and analyzed with the purpose of examining the advisors' role shifts and adaption to the changes of the situation and the callers' needs. (jbe-platform.com)
  • This is baseline knowledge that every infection control professional needs to know and accept as he/she faces a sense of impotence in front of such event. (clinicaladvisor.com)
  • themselves
  • In 2000, expatriate African CC professionals and scientists and friends in institutions of North America and Europe constituted themselves into AORTIC International (AI), which dedicated itself to the objectives of reactivating AORTIC as an AF-based (AFB) O and the resumption of its CC objectives as enunciated at its inception. (aacrjournals.org)
  • further
  • For example, the NHS Long Term Plan and the new GP Contract Five-Year Framework , both released in early 2019, are seeking to further expand the quantity and type of non-GP professionals in GP surgeries over the next five years. (nihr.ac.uk)
  • Demoralized by its incapacitation, the meager cadre of HC professionals and scientists was further decimated by exodus of its members to developed countries (DC), thus further aggravating the situation. (aacrjournals.org)
  • activities
  • As official P&E Wing sponsors, AKG Acoustics, JBL Professional and Lexicon will participate in a variety of activities throughout the year, including being the title sponsor of high-profile regional Academy Chapter events, having a presence on the P&E Wing section of the recently launched GRAMMY365 member Web site and serving as a participating member of the P&E Wing Manufacturers Council. (radiomagonline.com)
  • services
  • If you wish to present the in-services via online live training, we strongly recommend that you obtain your certification as a COTP Certified Online Trainer Professional with the International Council for Certified Online Trainer Professional at www.iccotp.com . (nccdp.org)
  • Supervision of audiometric testing As demonstrated above, OSHA mandates that audiometric testing of noise exposed workers must be accomplished either by the physician or audiologist providing professional services to the hearing conservation program, or by a technician under the supervision of this professional. (acoem.org)
  • These business models frequently include employing or contracting with licensed professionals or telehealth networks, who can provide the professional services associated with the device. (buchalter.com)