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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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Any profits of AAPHP are designated proportionally to the Caduceus Recovery Foundation or the Juris Recovery Foundation, both of which are not-for-profit foundations established to provide treatment assistance for deserving but financially impoverished impaired professionals.
However, they usually do not offer services that are tailored specifically to the unique needs of impaired professionals.
Although supervision of practice is often cited as an appropriate part of a remedial plan in cases of impaired professionals (i.
Given my disappointment with recent contributions on the subject of impaired professionals, particularly the lack of any fundamentally new data or insights, I approached this book with low expectations.
For supervisors or co-workers in situations in which interventions are difficult, other options for helping the impaired professional would include notifying the employee assistance program, if one exists at the employee's workplace; involving a peer-assistance program of the state professional association, again, if one exists; or contacting for assistance professionals working in the area of addiction in local treatment programs.
The survey disclosed the median salary for hearing impaired professionals outside of the deaf field is higher than for their counterparts in the field of deafness and that promotions for them are more frequent.
Are there alternatives to termination that we might consider, such as referral to an impaired professional program or an employee assistance program (EAP)?
Chip Dodd, PhD, founded CPE in 1996 to help impaired professionals recover their lives, their passions and their integrity from the grip of addiction, anxiety, depression and other compulsive behaviors.
Elizabeth Pace, BSN, MSM, RN, CEAP, FAAN provided an update on impaired professionals and the implications for safety from a regulatory and licensure perspective and John Welton, PhD, RN, FAAN challenged us all to think differently about the importance of collecting real time clinical data and its analysis and application for nursing care.
Still, most treatment programs for impaired professionals report better rates of long-term recovery than those of the general public, perhaps because physicians are monitored intensively and have the strong motivation of not wanting to lose their medical licenses.
Sandman will be allowed to continue practicing in Massachusetts if he completes a program for impaired professionals here.
DR&L Impaired WNA continues to review the final RNs Professionals recommendations related to the Program Impaired Professionals Procedure Program that were submitted by the Department of Regulation and Licensing.
Pomm, medical director of the Florida Impaired Professionals Program, Fernandina Beach.
Under his leadership, the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Florida has grown to 60 full-time clinical physicians and researchers with new projects and research groups in secondhand exposure models, functional brain imaging, self-administration, public health, impaired professionals, genomics, proteomics and nanotechnology.