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Synonyms for professional

Synonyms for professional

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

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an athlete who plays for pay

an authority qualified to teach apprentices


engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood

characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession

engaged in by members of a profession

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In major provincial and metropolitan public health facilities, Allied Health professionals tend to sub-specialise, Mr Springborg said.
Ms Hutt said, ``I recognise the valuable contribution that allied health professionals - including dieticians, occupational therapists, audiologists and nurses to name just a few - make to the NHS in Wales every day.
NCCN Guidelines highlight the cutting-edge developments in treatment and are an essential tool for physicians, allied health professionals, patients and public and private payors," said William T.
Nine contributions from academics and practitioners explore various aspects of professional development for allied health professionals.
The new category, which includes former associate and regular members, will provide full membership privileges to all who qualify for the category including allied health professionals who were previously relegated to associate member status.
Helen Clark, Chief Allied Officer, HSC and Regional Director, Respiratory Therapy, Patient Transport/EMS Liaison, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and HSC for The Use of Clinical Evidence, Research and Best Practice to Support the Role of Allied Health Professionals in Improving Consistency in Practice, Contributing to Improvements in Length of Stay, and Enhancing Continuity of Care for Patients, Clients and Residents;
Summary: Designed to help address the skilled nursing shortage in the medical industry, this bill amends the Public Health Service Act, authorizing issuance of federal grants or loans to provide for the education and training of allied health professionals.
6 per cent increase in allied health professionals (radiographers, physiotherapists, dietitians, occupational therapists, chiropodists) to 2,505, a 3.
ACAMPAIGN to persuade the Government to write off student loans of newlyqualified allied health professionals yesterday received ministerial encouragement.
This Conference is designed for clinicians who care for African-American patients infected with HIV/AIDS, nurses, pharmacists, HIV/AIDS service organization professionals, social workers, healthcare media, legislators, and other allied health professionals concerned about HIV/AIDS in African-Americans.
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