subspeciality


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subspeciality

(ˌsʌbspɛʃɪˈælɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
a particular area of expertise within a specialism
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There are also APRNs who have options between acute and primary care for adult-gerontological and pediatric healthcare, and they could also pursue a subspeciality in oncology, emergency medicine, and forensic nursing among specific fields.
Makary, who is of Egyptian origin, helped establish Sub-Saharan Africa's first not-for-profit subspeciality eye hospital.
Health Deputy Minister Datuk Seri Dr Hilmi Yahaya said the hospital would be a subspeciality cluster as facilities provided included various areas of expertise including orthopaedic and ophthalmology.
(12) Further, 44% of paediatric surgical trainees found their opportunities to gain experience in affiliated subspeciality programmes was compromised in order to meet working hour directives.
Although a few large medical centers have already started subspeciality sign-out in their pathology practice in China, the majority are still using a general sign-out model.
The students had a higher response for all subspeciality overlap compared to the control group (p < 0.0001).
Dr Padmakumar is a cliA[degrees] nician of international repute and stature, having pioneered the subspeciality of advanced laparoscopic surgeries, a press release said.
4- Time passed from your subspeciality oncology training graduation: ...year
Only 7.8% of respondents wanted to be primary care practitioner while 85.5% aspire to become subspeciality consultant.
Paediatric emergency medicine--an evolving subspeciality in Pakistan.
The editors have developed a team of authors to write about each subspeciality of ophthalmology.