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  • n. Plural form of attending.

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Examples

  • Once a month, the academic clinic focuses on diabetes, with supervision by attendings from the Diabetes Center.

    Pediatric Endocrinology Fellowship

  • Surgery Bedside Teaching Rounds -- Surgery and neonatology attendings participate in a monthly discussion of relevant cases in the CHOP Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit

    Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Curriculum

  • Fellows Physiology Conference -- This is a two-year curriculum of fetal and neonatal physiology and pathophysiology taught by neonatology and other subspecialty attendings.

    Neonatal-Perinatal Fellowship Curriculum

  • Reciprocal formal evaluation of the program and the fellow's accomplishments by the fellow and the attendings at the end of the 12 months

    Orthopaedic Surgery Research Fellowship

  • Fellows will have the opportunity to observe many patients, to learn from the CHOP attendings, and to access a large volume of data for research in this area.

    Orthopaedic Surgery Research Fellowship

  • The fellow also works in conjunction with neurology attendings in the outpatient management of epilepsy patients.

    Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology Fellowship

  • To the other interns, the residents, and the attendings, she is now "Dr. Gidget."

    Iis A'ana Hiljiidj Yaii Yud a Lzaa A'anak, Tc'Iindii

  • Because there's bound to be a few hideously unsympathetic and philandering surgeons on any given staff that will be seen as models for Alice's attendings.

    A Conversation with Elinor Lipman

  • The attendings would have signed out to each other, the residents as well, and the nurses in the ER would have let those waiting on the floor know exactly what the patient needed, exactly when the elevator doors slid shut.

    Between Expectations

  • There were other residents, fellows, and attendings who cared for the little girl on the oncology floor and, at the end, in the ICU.

    Between Expectations

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