Recent Examples of licensure from the Web
Forty-five percent of new Architectural Experience Program participants—an important early-career milestone on the path to licensure—identify as nonwhite.
The Merck vaccine was shown to be effective during the West African outbreak, but has still not made its way through the licensure process.
Using a test developed expressly to explore the issue, the researchers examined blood samples that had been taken from about 5,600 children who had been in the clinical trials that led to the vaccine’s licensure.
Spokeswoman Pam Eisele said Tuesday that the company plans to file for licensure of the vaccine next year.
The implication in Al-Agba and Edison’s commentary that licensure can be revoked by not participating in MOC is false.
Registered nurses, who typically hold two- or four-year degrees in the field and pass a national licensure exam, earn a median of $68,450.
Gilmore said nearly every other state does not require licensure, and that a handful of states do not require social workers to have social work degrees, but instead degrees in related fields, such as psychology.
Engineering, like medicine, developed codes of ethics and systems of licensure.
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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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