professional relation


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Noun1.professional relation - the relation that exists when one person requests and is granted professional help from a qualified source
social relation - a relation between living organisms (especially between people)
medical relation - the professional relation between a health care professional and a patient
legal relation - a professional relation that is regulated by law (as between a lawyer and a client)
academic relation - a professional relation between instructors and those they instruct
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She has served as a Foundation for the Accreditation of Cellular Therapies (FACT-NetCord) inspector for the past 12 years and is currently a member of the Education and Professional Relation Committees.
The survey form of each resident was analyzed to determine overall perception of educational climate addition to detailed analyses of perceptions regarding supervision, coaching and assessment, feedback, teamwork, peer collaboration, professional relation between consultants, adaptation of work to residents' competence, role of consultants, formal education, role of specialty tutor/supervisor and patient sign-out.
Sulaiman bin Khamis al-Jahwari, Director of Professional Relation at SQU Career Guidance Centre said that the exhibition will include the participation of 43 companies and institutions in various sectors, which were selected according to certain rules and standards, including number of jobs and training offered by these companies and institutions tothe output of the university, the quality of jobs and the need for these jobs to cover most disciplines of the university.
Sulaiman bin Khamis Al Jahwari, Director of Professional Relation at SQU Career Guidance Centre said that 43 firms and institutions in various sectors, selected according to laid down rules and standards, will participate in the fair.
An expert witness does not want to appear on a case where he or she (or the firm) has present or past professional relation ships with individuals on either side of the suit which prevent or interfere with the witness's objective testimony.
Stating that he has "a good professional relation" with Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan, Jaitley said, "I think India by and large loves conspiracy theories."
He pointed out that the seminar will cover a number of themes related to administrative and economic concepts, the humanitarian and time dimension in managing, the supervision principles, the communication link between management and staff, the professional relation among parties of the administrative process and creating healthy work environment.
"He [Piles] is part of my family and it is not only a professional relation. He always tries to help me in all the things in my life."
A number of Kyrgyz police officers were awarded by the Kazakh Internal Ministry for their contribution to the development and strengthening of international cooperation in the field of road safety, establishment and development of professional relations between the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan and Russia.
A Pakistan Navy spokesman said Pakistani and Turkish navies have deep professional relations and mutual cooperation and they are engaged in bilateral and international exercises.
Ezzar further stated that "professional relations must be based on a mentality of complementarity and the spirit of shared responsibility", stressing that the employee should consider himself a partner of the institution and that the improvement of his social situation depends on his ability to carry out his professional duties".
He emphasized up officers to maintain cordial professional relations with district administrations and judiciary to provide peaceful environment to masses, adding that the main objective of police force was to ensure protection of lives and properties of masses.

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