EdD

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Synonyms for EdD

a doctor's degree in education

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8% of the participants were aware of their expected date of delivery as compared to a study Nigeria in which only 45.
A prospective study of 100 cases who crossed the expected date of delivery was conducted during the year 2012-2014 in Basaveshwar and Sangameshwar Teaching and General Hospital attached to M.
This means extending the 'protected period' from at least 6 weeks before the expected date of delivery to at least 6 weeks after.
The implementation of the new solution will result in waiving all profit accumulated due to the developer handing the projects beyond the expected date of delivery (anticipated completion date plus extension period), regardless of how long the period of time between the stop date and handover.
The employer may require 30 days notice of foreseeable events (such as the expected date of delivery or adoption); but if unexpected events (change in medical condition or change in date of adoption) require the employee to take leave early, FMLA provisions still apply.
Summary: The famous Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram was recently admitted to a hospital in Beirut for a routine medical exam to check the health of her unborn baby as she approaches her expected date of delivery
Those qualifying are mums-to-be who are 25 weeks pregnant or more whose expected date of delivery is on or after April 6, 2009, and have been given health advice from a midwife or doctor.
Ultrasound sonographers Judith Cobb and Pat Atwell visited local communities to teach staff how to perform an early antenatal scan to determine the expected date of delivery.
POSSIBLY In this retrospective cohort study from Sweden, when the expected date of delivery was postponed more than 7 days as a result of early (<14 weeks' gestation) or late (>16 weeks) ultrasonographic dating, the risk of a small-for-gestational-age infant increased (odds ratio [OR], 1.
Ex-preterm babies should probably not fly under the age of six months post expected date of delivery if they have a respiratory tract infection
An employee must apply in writing at least three months before the expected date of delivery and, if it is the expectant mother, a medical certificate certifying the pregnancy and expected date of delivery must be provided.
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