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in-service training

In-service Training

Geriatric medicine: services and training in Africa

The Impact of In‐service Training within Social Services

Selection into specialty training in public health: performance of the Medical Training Application Service shortlisting

Training public health practitioners in the National Health Service

Partnerships in International Applied Epidemiology Training and Service, 1975–2001

Education and training activities on personal dosimetry service in Turkey

WebAUGUSTUS—a web service for training AUGUSTUS and predicting genes in eukaryotes

Development of Forensic Psychiatry Training at Temple University and Services in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania A Memoir

Analysis of Cosmetic Topics on the Plastic Surgery In-Service Training Exam

Commentary on: Analysis of Cosmetic Topics on the Plastic Surgery In-Service Training Exam

Training interventions for general practitioners providing an occupational health service in the British Army

Quality improvement of integrated child health care management after in-service training for physicians

Neuropsychological services within a public school system: a unique collaboration creating opportunities for research, training, and service delivery in a nontraditional setting

Epidemic Intelligence Service of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 50 Years of Training and Service in Applied Epidemiology

An Investigation of the Validity of ‘Simulated’ Work Related Tasks in Relation to ‘Real-Life’ Situations in the Fire Service Training Environment

The Effect of Strength and Endurance Training on Gait, Balance, Fall Risk, and Health Services Use in Community-Living Older Adults

CARTER, Huntly (died 1942), writer, journalist, symposia editor, publicist, traveller, lecturer, and interpreter of National and World creative constructive movements, in particular, sociological and cultural; early medical training in psychiatry and sexual pathology; before the War engaged in sociological and radical reform movements and journalism of ideas; Reconstruction and Recovery movements in Europe and Russia, 1915–41; editor of a unique series of international symposia surveys of momentous tendencies in science, art, drama, economics, industry and new social life to which upward of 700 distinguished representative men and women contributed; Civil List Pension for services to Literature, 1931; additional Civil List Pension, 1939

 

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An educational method, especially in nursing (including public health nursing), in which those who are learning are at the same time assisting in providing health care.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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