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(adv.) By profession.
(1) The inquiry found the law enforcement agencies routinely fail to record the professions of those whose communications data records they access under Ripa.
(2) Significant changes have occurred within the profession of pharmacy in the past few decades which have led to loss of function, social power and status.
(3) The last stems from trends such as declining birth rate, an increasingly mobile society, diminished importance of the nuclear family, and the diminishing attractiveness of professions involved with providing maintenance care.
(4) This will help nursing grow as a profession, particularly through entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial efforts.
(5) Beginning with its foundation by Charles Godon in 1900 he describes the growth of the Federation as an organization of the dental profession which continued despite the interruption of two world wars.
(6) The position that it is time for the nursing profession to develop programs leading to the N.D. degree, or professional doctorate, (for the college graduates) derives from consideration of the nature of nursing, the contributions that nurses can make to development of an exemplary health care system, and from the recognized need for nursing to emerge as a full-fledged profession.
(7) Dawson argued that the health profession has a history of thinking that social care can be "subsumed by medical decisions" when in reality they are two different cultures.
(8) Several of the profession's objectives directly parallel those of adult day-care--to enable individuals to function as independently as possible despite their physical and mental limitations.
(9) The proposition put forward in this paper is that standards of nursing practice can only be assured if the profession is able to find ways of responding to the intuitions and gut reactions of its practitioners.
(10) Justice Hiley later suggested the conduct required by a doctor outside of his profession, as Chapman was describing it, was perhaps a “broad generality” and not specific enough “to create an ethical obligation.” “It’s no broader than the Hippocratic oath,” Chapman said in her reply.
(11) Two years later, the Guardian could point to reforms that owed much to what Ashley called his "bloody-mindedness" in five areas: non-disclosure of victims' names in rape cases; the rights of battered wives; the ending of fuel disconnections for elderly people; a royal commission on the legal profession; and civil liability for damages such as those due to thalidomide victims.
(12) But like officials from most other countries represented here – with the notable exception of Britain – Chernishova acknowledges a "general consensus" in her country, in both the media and among the legal profession, on the value of the court's judgments.
(13) Until the dental profession defines quality to include psychological, sociologic, and economic factors and establishes measurable standards of performance, dental quality assurance cannot exist in any meaningful way.
(14) These findings highlight limitations of the data supplied and suggest that the usefulness of this enviable and unique data source could be enhanced if the medical profession took greater care in clearly stating an International Classification of Diseases diagnosis in a patient's hospital record.
(15) An adequate mechanism to implement recertification can emerge only from the profession itself, working through the American Board of Medical Specialties and specialty boards.
(16) The duration and severity of the pulmonary abscess, the method of surgical treatment, the lapse of time after the operation, the course of the restorative processes, complications and concomitant diseases, the degree or respiratory and circulatory insufficiency, the patients' age, profession, and the conditions and character of work are taken into account during examination.
(17) Alice Wade, a 27-year-old self-professed whiskey aficionado, says she started drinking whiskey in college.
(18) One factor contributing to this problem has been the absence of courses on motor vehicle injury from the curriculums of the health professions schools.
(19) Directing volunteer nursing expertise and services can greatly benefit the community, the nursing profession, and the nurse.
(20) The shock death of the 65-year-old designer in Miami on Thursday has brought renewed focus on the chronic lack of female representation in the profession’s upper ranks in the UK.