Recent Examples of licensure from the Web
Based on Oregon Medical Board licensures and the OHSU Office of Rural Health, 10,247 of Oregon doctors practice in urban/non-rural areas and 2,362 work in rural areas (defined as 10 miles or more away from a population center of at least 40,000).
Schools with licenses revoked are ineligible to apply for licensure for two years.
And during the first months of licensure, teens have a particularly high risk of crashing.
Depending on the program, students go on to college with a clearer expectation of their career path, or head into the workforce with experience and sometimes even certifications and licensures.
But deans of law schools, which have been buffeted by declining enrollments, say setting the bar licensure standard so high serves only to shield the profession by keeping out large numbers of qualified lawyers.
Council President Ted Bilski, D-Hobart, said Emerson's licensure is a great service to Lake County taxpayers even though the $90,000 salary may seem like a lot of money to people.
For example, if travel is required to maintain grant funding or licensure, or for auditing and revenue collection purposes.
Easy to obtain clinical continuing education credits for certifications and licensure.
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First Known Use of licensure
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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