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It has been split pretty evenly between licensure or recertification surveys and surveys in response to complaints.
The states are a patchwork quilt of laws governing the sale, licensure, carriage and use of guns.
Cobb Pediatric pays fees for new therapist licensure and credentials.
At Roig Lawyers, two lawyers have been promoted to partner: ▪ John S. Leinicke primarily focuses on first-party litigation, fraud investigation and statutory compliance issues involving medical licensure.
Chamberlain University will also offer Ochsner nurses a variety of post-licensure degree programs including a Master of Science in Nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice.
His teaching certificate was suspended for five years in April 2015 by the Illinois State Board of Education's licensure board.
One is the National Practitioner Data Bank, a database of medical malpractice payments, adverse licensure, clinical privileges and professional society membership actions taken against doctors and other healthcare providers.
Each doctor working with our athletes undergoes background checks including an evaluation of medical licensure actions.
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medical Definition of licensure
- the licensure was based on the results of randomized clinical trials of the vaccine's protective efficacy
- —E. D. Shapiro et al
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