medical social worker


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Synonyms for medical social worker

an official in a British hospital who looks after the social and material needs of the patients

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Hingba Joyson, Medical Social Worker, Department of Psychiatry, JNIMS, Porompat, Imphal East-795005.
I later moved to the medical social workers office and worked with Mary Cope (group medical social worker), Brenda Barrow, Linda Platten, Ruth Brindley and Val Chapman.
In Riding The Infertility Roller Coaster: A Guide To Educate And Inspire, Iris Waichler draws upon her years of experience as a medical social worker to address the difficult emotional and physical health issues surrounding issue of infertility.
Maria Nguyen, a medical social worker in Kansas City, Kan., who lived in Carthage from 1975 to 1977 after arriving from Vietnam.
Kevin Mossop is a medical social worker with the labour and delivery and neonatal intensive care units at Trillium.
Johnson, MSW, medical social worker, liver transplant program, the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN; OPO Representative --Helen W.
In January, Patient Press released a new book called Faith and Illness: Reflections on God's Sustaining Love that documents Groves' experiences as a medical social worker.
Dame Helen, who becomes an honorary Doctor of Law, began working as a medical social worker at Nottingham City Hospital after reading social administration with psychology and law at the city's university.
"The girl was under the supervision of a medical social worker and they obviously had their suspicions that something was wrong because she was so sick so often.
Nathan, who has a diploma from a Singapore university, started his career in the civil service as a medical social worker in 1955 and climbed through the ranks to hold senior posts in the Foreign Ministry, Home Affairs Ministry and Defense Ministry.
And Mary, a head medical social worker at Dublin's St James Hospital, said that government funding was vital to make the project a success.
In the 21st century, the role of medical social worker will be one of collaborator rather than responder, co-professional rather than support person, and teacher rather than reactor.
She has been a medical social worker since 1985, with a primary focus in the areas of rehabilitation and geriatrics.
Beth, a former medical social worker, spent a year being inseminated intracervically before she went to an infertility specialist and discovered she had complications that required medical assistance.
I worked simultaneously at a psychiatric hospital and as a medical social worker with terminally ill patients who required kidney dialysis.
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