Doctorally

Doc´tor`al`ly


adv.1.In the manner of a doctor.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Professor passed the tip of his tongue on his dry, thin lips, and said doctorally:
A doctorally prepared clinical nurse specialist was assigned to perform the Nurse Attending role beginning in June 2016.
For doctorally prepared faculty holding the ranks of professor, associate professor, and assistant professor, mean age increased 6 years, 3.8 years, and 0.7 years, respectively.
Increasing the number of PhD- and Doctorally prepared nurses has been a long-held JHSON initiative as the need for faculty and research has grown tremendously within the profession.
With growing enrollments and a shortage of doctorally qualified faculty in accounting, the help that an EIR can bring to an accounting program is substantial.
Nurses may be academically prepared at a variety of levels ranging from diploma to doctorally prepared.
Many nurses are prepared now at the graduate diploma and masters level and many medicos also seek post-graduate training through their speciality colleges or university programs, it is still relatively unusual to see more than only one or two doctorally prepared professionals in the healthcare services themselves (Morgan and Somera 2014).
Doctorally prepared nurses will play a pivotal role in the transformation of the profession.
Test item construction was evaluated by a doctorally prepared nursing faculty member and revised accordingly.
We welcomed the report's recommendations, and focused our attention on RN and APRN practice; advancing the education of entry-level nurses to the BSN and higher; and increasing the number of doctorally prepared nurses.
Furthermore, the nursing colleges need to raise compensation levels to attract more new faculty members who are doctorally prepared RNs and APRNs.
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