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Family physicians are in greater supply in rural areas than are specialists.
that knowing self and others is central to teaching the child" (Gallego, Hollingsworth, & Whitenack, 2001), an attempt to discover answers to the query of How will I learn to become a Resource Specialist Teacher and incorporate what I'm learning in the Reading Specialist/Master's program into my role?
For example, if administrators are forced to chose between an extra teacher to reduce classroom size or a reading specialist over a librarian, often the librarian goes and with it a plethora of knowledge and skills that could benefit every child in the school in the way of teaching students how to find the best resources the Internet has to offer.
While GAAP does not require management to engage an outside specialist to perform fair value measurements, many entities do so either because they do not have employees who can perform high-quality fair value measurements or because they want the objectivity, professional experience and skills of an outside specialist.
Two years ago, our specialist group launched an ambitious program to survey the industry.
A concern of researchers and theorists virtually since the beginnings of the field, the question of the various roles of the library media specialist takes on new dimensions each time education shifts its perspective and priorities.
Specialist camps, however, also face significant leadership challenges.
He argued Ruschell received the necessary medical care and was referred to a specialist as per the rules set forth by California Care, a subsidiary of Blue Cross of California.
The benefits of specialist care were too intertwined with hospital volume and patient characteristics to allow any hard-and-fast conclusions, he says.
The literature review yielded 21 articles that compared quality, patient satisfaction, and/or cost of care delivered by generalists, primary care providers, and specialist physicians.
Individuals with certain chronic health conditions may have an ongoing relationship with a specialist or specialists that can be the equivalent of a relationship with a primary-care physician.
Similarly, a strong trusting relationship must be developed with the business community by having employment specialist market their services to employers.
A retail specialist spends much of the day on the telephone.
and specialist appointments, for both basic and sophisticated diagnostic tests, and for admission to nursing homes.