Laboratory professionals

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  • In 1996 the debate regarding the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act centered on the necessity to screen foreigneducated health care professionals seeking employment in the United States. The focused and controversial discussion also raised cogent points regarding the qualifications of an entity to perform such an assessment. Based on its established track record in providing credentialing services to a variety of health occupations, CGFNS International was named in the Act to provide health professions screening when the law passed.

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  • No one knows more about a broad range of prescription drugs and other medications than your pharmacist. Pharmacists study all the aspects of prescription drug therapy, with an emphasis on safe patient care. The Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree requires at least two years of col- lege followed by four years of professional pharmacy study. To keep their licenses, pharmacists must take several new courses every year to every two years, depending on the state they are licensed in. Some pharma- cists take extra training to specialize in such areas as geriatric pharmacy. ...

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  • The quality assurance teams and managers supported the evolution of the breast screening programme locally, and professional quality assurance groups were developed with the relevant associations and royal colleges at a national level. In 1990, a new post of national coordinator of the NHSBSP was established, based at one of the regional heath authori- ties. Mrs Julietta Patnick at the Trent Region in Sheffield was appointed, and she is now the Director of the NHS Cancer Screening Programmes, which includes the NHSBSP.

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  • These are turbulent and troubled times for the UK accounting industry and, more specifically, for the credibility of the members of its occupational associations who claim to be ‘professionals’ . At the heart of the troubles is the rapidity of change in legislation and the quickening of competition between major players in the industry.

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  • This course of study explores theory and practice across a number of domains including the news media, business writing, professional presentations, communication technology, interpersonal communication, organisational communication, cross-cultural communication, and public relations. Our communication team uses a wide range of teaching strategies to inform, stimulate and develop your learning and ability.

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  • Every year an estimated three million newborn babies die during the first week of life due to problems such as sepsis, tetanus, or asphyxia, or problems associated with trauma, low birth weight, or preterm birth. This guide is written for the doctors, nurses, senior midwives, and other health care workers at the first referral level in low resource settings who are responsible for the care of newborn babies with problems during the first week(s) of life.

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  • Chemists frequently refer to chemical compounds using chemical formulae or molecular structure of the compound. There has been a phenomenal growth in the number of chemical compounds being synthesized (or isolated), and then reported in the scientific literature by professional chemists around the world.[13] An enormous number of chemical compounds are possible through the chemical combination of the known chemical elements. As of May 2011, about sixty million chemical compounds are known.

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  • Digital photography has taken the world by storm in the past decade, and continues to register explosive growth among consumers. One of the most ardent and dedicated markets in photography is nature photography. Nature photographers pursue their hobby and their profession with a zeal unmatched in any other area of photography. With consistently over one million page views every month for the last 7 years, NatureScapes.Net is one of the leading resources for these nature photographers.

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  • What would you do if a dermatopathology laboratory offered to pay 85% of the cost of an expensive electronic health record system for your practice? What if a patient asked you to accept an invitation to become a Facebook friend? What would you do if you saw a lesion you suspected might be melanoma on the back of a stranger getting dressed two lockers over at the gym? And, what would you do if one of your associates began to exhibit early signs of dementia?

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  • Directors have a fiduciary duty to the organization, which requires them to exercise their powers in the best interest of the organization. This duty has two parts: the duty of care, and the duty of loyalty. 7 The duty of care involves the exercise of prudence and diligence, as well as competence or skill. The standard of care which directors must meet may be higher for board members with professional training, such as lawyers or accountants. It will also be higher for directors of a charitable corporation. The duty of loyalty involves good faith, trust, and special confidence.

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  • In 1970, Henry L. Nadler and Albert B. Gerbie helped usher in the era of prenatal genetic diagnosis in their landmark paper ‘‘Role of amniocentesis in the interuterine detection of genetic disorders’’ (N Engl J Med 1970;282:596-9). Since that time, advances in genetics and perinatal medicine have occurred at an amazing pace, allowing physicians to detect and treat genetic disorders in utero with increasing success. There has also been an escalating demand by the public for translational medicine where discoveries in the laboratory are rapidly brought to the bedside.

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  • On the federal level, three agencies regulate ART. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) collects and publishes data on ART procedures. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) controls approval and use of drugs, biological products, and medical devices and has jurisdiction over screening and testing of reproductive tissues, such as donor eggs and sperm. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is responsible for implementation of the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act to ensure the quality of laboratory testing....

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  • Another result of FCSRCA has been the development of a model program for certification of embryology laboratories. The CDC published these requirements in 1999. They include requirements for administration of a continuing certification program by the states, quality assurance and control standards, an inspection system, and conditions under which certification can be suspended or revoked. Adoption of such a laboratory certification program is left up to the states.

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  • Some years ago in one of those all too rare moments of reflection it occurred to me that I was only three lifetimes away from the very beginnings of modern psychology. It is generally agreed, as we will see, that what we call "scientific psychology" began with Wundt's laboratory at Leipzig around 1879. Similarly, applied psychology is seen to have begun with the work of Francis Galton in England at about the same time. A short time later James McKeen Cattell, one of Wundfs first American students received his Ph.D. at Leipzig and went on to work briefly with Galton.

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  • At the same time, and not surprisingly, these disempowering processes have generated mistrust and resistance. Freedom’s revolutionary commitment to the development of tools and ideas to «grow more maize» and refusal to be objectified by scholars or images of hunger and poverty, speaks to community frustration and anger, but more importantly, to community strength and determination to reclaim what has been taken away. What they both say is that managing natural resources in the difficult times ahead will require a clear recognition of the mistakes and abuses of the past.

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  • Young Minds Inspired, in cooperation with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, is proud to present this newest addition to our series of study guides that focus on different branches of the Academy. In this guide, students will learn about animation.The kit has been designed for students in high school English, language arts, visual arts and communications courses.The activities capitalize on students’ natural interest in current films and the excitement generated by the Academy Awards®.They are designed to teach valuable lessons in critical thinking.

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  • The greatest change since the last edition has been increasing use of nucleic acid probes (“DNA Probes”), especially with amplification by the polymerase chain reaction, in bacterial and viral infectious disease, leukemia and lymphoma phemotyping, and genetic diagnosis. Another significant trend has been proliferation of immunologic tests for prognosis of varying types of cancer, especially breast carcinoma.

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  • Many convention bureaux run conference “ambassador” programmes where they actively identify and recruit local academics and scientists who have connections to international organisations. The cities encourage their “ambassadors” to submit bids to host events in their field in their home city and ask these ambassadors to promote the destination on their behalf when attending events abroad For the larger congresses a Professional Conference Organiser (PCO) is often employed to take on the administration behind the event.

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  • Discussions around how best to increase supply of bodily material often focus on questions of donor motivation: how individuals may best be encouraged to donate different forms of bodily material. Considerable effort is put into coordinated advertising campaigns to recruit blood and organ donors, and proposals to incentivise potential donors through benefits in money or in kind regularly emerge in academic circles.

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  • While discussing traditional health practices and medical knowledge, one could expect elders to give a list of the best techniques to cure sickness depending on the various types of health problems or injuries they were facing in the past: how to deal with boils, infections, fever, eye infections, colds, broken bones, drowning, and so on. But the Inuit perspective encompasses much more. Along with techniques to heal cuts and wounds, and to cure sickness...elders discussed recollections of how to have a strong mind and a resilient body....

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