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Synonyms for health

the condition of being physically and mentally sound

Synonyms for health

a healthy state of wellbeing free from disease

the general condition of body and mind

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amp;#8220;I am honored and excited to be part of the AVF Inaugural Allied Health Symposium
But an Allied Health professional working in the country has to have a grasp of how to deal with all the patient conditions they may come across within their individual professional areas.
Applications were accepted until October 15, 2011, for Allied Health Research Grants.
Clark: We have seen a tremendous increase in most allied health entities over the past decade, and every expectation is that the field will continue to grow.
This theme was selected to support a synergy of existing research interests within nursing and allied health in the consortium universities and has particular relevance for the predicted demands of the ageing, ethnically diverse population in New Zealand.
Despite the similarities between allied health and nursing, there are obvious differences between the two professions.
The announcement was made at a reception introducing AST's new Community of Allied Health Professionals, which was created to provide a forum for allied health professionals actively involved in transplantation.
But as I approach being 60 years old, I'm much more interested in allied health,'' he joked, ``the nurses and the respiratory therapists.
A significant change management process was undertaken for hospital-based allied health staff, to restructure the work environment from the traditional single discipline departments to a mixed model of an allied health division supported by a clearly defined professional leadership structure.
In fact, the shortage of qualified allied health and nursing educators is growing day by day, with current vacancies increasing at an unprecedented rate.
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.
It includes nursing and allied health articles from worldwide, scientific literature presented for the needs of health professionals.
The Health Care Book acquisition strengthens Jones and Barlett's position among the leaders in health care publishing, adding over 150 textbooks and over 400 professional books in the fields of health administration, public health, medicine, nursing, allied health, criminal justice, fundraising, and nonprofit management.
It produces textbooks, references, multimedia and online products in the fields of mathematics, computer science, life sciences, physical sciences, health education, allied health, medicine, nursing, fire science and criminal justice.
The DAP educates and prepares potential qualified individuals to become the dentist's "second pair of hands" as well as becoming an important part of an allied health profession team (5).
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