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Synonyms for proctor

someone who supervises (an examination)


watch over (students taking an exam, to prevent cheating)

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Professional Education - Surgeon and staff procedure training - including courses, preceptorships and proctorships - aligned to the expert consensus.
The multi-faceted Cordis Global Cardiac & Vascular Institute will include global initiatives such as fellows programs, proctorships, professional training and education and innovative technology to treat a range of cardiac and vascular conditions.
VendorCam's HIPPA compliant technology now makes it possible to do everything from virtually observing and supporting procedures, to training clinicians and new sales reps and completing physician to physician proctorships.
In addition to leveraging the Internet to train physicians, Endocare is also offering proctorships with skilled cryosurgeons and fellowships at institutions that have established "center of excellence" programs for targeted cryosurgery.
The company emphasizes that this laboratory training should be followed by surgical proctorships, operating under the guidance of experts.