board-certified


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board certification

n.
The process by which a person is approved to practice in a specialty field, especially medicine, after successfully completing testing and other requirements of a board of specialists in that field.

board′-cert′i·fied′ adj.
Translations

board-certified

adj (US) que ha aprobado un examen estatal en su campo
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With 3,601 NBCTs, Kentucky ranks seventh in the nation for the percentage of teachers who are board-certified (8.
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The academy offers two certifications: board-certified environmental engineer, BCEE, for those who have a professional engineering license; or board-certified environmental engineering member, BCEEM, for those who are non-licensed.
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The Sleep Fair will include interactive exhibits on sleep disorders and healthy sleep habits; equipment demonstrations; presentations from board-certified specialists; sleep apnea and blood pressure screening; sign-ups for a free electronic health information newsletter; free refreshments; and drawings for prizes.
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Guzman Ortiz said he has talked to other teachers at his school, and two of them have started the process of becoming board-certified.
I fully agree with the authors and the critics that ways must be found to broaden the impact of board-certified teachers.
The Harry Lee Anstead Award for The Florida Bar Board Certified Lawyer of the Year is presented annually by the Board of Legal Specialization & Education to a Florida board-certified lawyer or judge.
board-certified lactation consultants into the shelters to start working directly with the mothers who wanted our help," says Katy Lebbing, herself an international board-certified lactation consultant with La Leche League International, an organization that supports and promotes breastfeeding.