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  • The Fifth Pathway Program

    An avenue by which students who have attended four years at a foreign medical school may complete their supervised clinical work at a U.S. medical school, become eligible for entry to U.S. residency training, and ultimately obtain a license to practice...
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Management Codes (E&M)

    Codes used to charge patients (Example: 99204 charged for a complex office visit on a new patient. http://www.coding-compliance.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?article_id=767
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Informal Interview

    An interview in which no predetermined questions are asked, in order to remain as open and adaptable as possible to the interviewee's nature and priorities; during the interview, the interviewer "goes with the flow". http://www.mapnp.org...
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Dress for Success

    First coined by author John Malloy in the 1970s, the term Dress for Success signifies tailoring one's attire, grooming, and overall appearance toward making a great first impression in a job interview -- as well as maintaining a professional look...
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Letter of Recommendation

    A letter of support for your skills, ability, and work ethic, usually written by a former boss or co-worker, but could also be from a teacher or personal reference. http://www.quintcareers.com/jobseeker_glossary.html
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Body Language

    Also called "non-verbal communication". The subtle signals that people give in their body posture and behavior (e.g. yawning to indicate boredom, or mimicking the speaker's body language to indicate agreement). http://richardbowles.tripod...
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Business Casual

    Appropriate, less conservative style of business attire as defined by the geographic region, industry, and individual companies. Generally means no ties for gentleman and less formal shoes for women. http://www.career.vt.edu/JOBSEARC/BusCasual.htm#when
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Cover Letter

    A one-page typed letter, accompanying your resume/CV, that introduces yourself to the employer. It identifies your skills, work and education experiences. It should convince the employer that you are the best person for the job. http://www.google.com...
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Informational Interviewing

    Interviewing designed to produce information; the process of spending time with one of your network contacts in a highly focused conversation that provides you with key information you need to launch or boost your career. http://www.quintcareers.com/jobseeker_glossary...
    by admin on 05-05-2020
  • Utilization

    Use of services and supplies. Utilization is commonly examined in terms of patterns or rates of use of a single service or type of service such as hospital care, physician visits, prescription drugs. Measurement of utilization of all medical services...
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Triple Option Plan

    Also referred to as a "cafeteria plan", TOP's offer subscribing employees a choice between regular indemnity plans, HMO or PPO plans. During "open enrollment periods" they have the option of switching coverage plans. CareerPhysician
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Values

    Intrinsic and extrinsic things that are important to you, like achievement, status and autonomy. Intrinsic values are related to the work itself and what it contributes to society. Extrinsic values include external features, such as physical setting and...
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Law of Primacy

    Primacy, the state of being first, often creates a strong, almost unshakable, impression; that what is learned first is learned best. http://www.tpub.com/content/administration/134t/css/134t_34.htm
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Main Points

    The most important points in a presentation; usually recapped just before your presentation conclusion. http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0072560053/student_view0/glossary.html
    by admin on 05-07-2020
  • Transition

    A bridge between sections of a presentation that helps the presenter move smoothly from one idea to another, tying them together logically so that the audience understands the connection.
    by admin on 05-07-2020
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