Recent Examples of licensure from the Web
Be sure to ask about the credentials of the staff that will be providing care for your loved one, as well as proof of the community’s licensure.
For many types of data, there are few licensure requirements on organizations seeking to house personally identifiable information.
These insiders are able to out-lobby the much larger group of consumers and aspiring professionals who bear the costs of licensure (often unknowingly) and who stand to gain from liberalization.
This means the route to licensure is more straightforward.
Accreditation and licensure standards for principal training programs that emphasize these leadership skills are a key starting point.
Many of our undergraduate programs prepare you for professional licensure, certifications and careers in medicine, nursing, teaching, finance and nonprofit management.
Just as the California Medical Board requires a certain amount of continuing medical-education credits ( CME ) for licensure, why not require a mandated number of Medi-Cal patient visits as well.
Speaking of battling with the state over licensure: Gov. Rick Scott wants a requirement that nursing homes have generators capable of powering air conditioning.
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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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