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Substitute Doctors Are Becoming More Common. What Do We Know About Their Quality of Care?

(Source: hbr.org)

A little-known fact about health care is that hospitals frequently hire substitute doctors – or, as they are called in the profession, locum tenens physicians – to temporarily cover for doctors who are vacationing, sick, attending conferences, or on leave for other reasons. 1,922 more words

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Teamwork, Leadership, & Perseverance: LSL-DR

I am pleased to announce that after 10 years, we have published our first paper telling our story of the creation of the The Listening and Spoken Language Data Repository (LSL-DR)! 495 more words

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Normal Operating Range (NOR) and Proven Acceptable Range (PAR)

In June of this year, the EMA issued a revision of their earlier Q&A document focused on NORs, PARs, and DSp.(2) First issued in draft form in 2015, this has been revised based on feedback and consultation with industry. 733 more words

Regulatory

China will remain world’s largest bottled water market to 2021, says GlobalData

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

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The ever increasing thirst for quality water and health-conscious drinking habits will mean that China retains its position as the world’s biggest bottled water market to 2021, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. 289 more words

Current Affairs

Why I use Apple products as a minimalist

As a minimalist, it’s all about living your life according to a certain set of values.

One of my values is quality. The things I output or consume has to have a certain quality. 739 more words

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