- Collaboration between the extern or intern, clinical educator, and preceptor is extremely important if the student is to successfully achieve the goals.
- For the student nurse in the extern role, this translates to practicing in the perioperative setting the critical-thinking, interpersonal, and technical skills learned in school.
- Nurse externs work under the direct supervision of preceptors in a variety of settings.
- During that time, I took a break to serve as an extern on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
- Sponsors and students should jointly determine the extern's role in his/her experience as well as the length of the externship.
- She worked as a judicial extern for two US federal judges as well as a trainee at the European Commission's Legal Service.
- In the miniature society of the cloister, numbering between ten and eleven sisters and an extern or two, her success meets some of the same responses a successful worldly artist would find.
- The two other externs, whose duties often prevented them from having time for silent meditation, had also chosen to remain.
- These three sisters are the externs at the convent of St. Teresa in Coimbra where Sister Lucia lived for 57 years.
verb[with object] SE Asian
- He got bail in 2001 and lived in Surat for six months after being externed from Thane district by the court.
- Probably externed from his native Tirunelveli district, he moved to Chennai with his wife and two young sons.
- The chief instigators of communal riots in Kodgu, Jagdish Karanth, Pramod Muthalik, Bopayya, Devayya, Somesh and Sunil Subramani must be immediately arrested and externed.
- Example sentences
- Gawli, 53, returned to Mumbai in 2000 after three years of externment in Pune.
- The forest people have also taken away our externment rules.
- And depending on the nature of the crime, the police would invoke MCOC, MPDA (Maharashtra Prevention of Dangerous Activities Act) or initiate externment proceedings against them, depending on the severity of their offence.
Mid 16th century (as an adjective in the sense 'external'): from French externe or Latin externus, from exter 'outer'. The word was used by Shakespeare to mean 'outward appearance'; current noun senses date from the early 17th century.
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