Practice Medicine

Some articles on medicine, practice, practice medicine, practices:

Federation Of State Medical Boards - History
... Medicine is a regulated profession in the United States because of the potential harm to the public if an incompetent or impaired physician is licensed to practice ... the public from the unprofessional, improper, unlawful, fraudulent and/or incompetent practice of medicine, each of the 50 states, the District of ... Virgin Islands) has a medical practice act that defines the practice of medicine and delegates the authority to enforce the law to a state medical board ...
Medical Practice
... A medical practice or practice of medicine is the practice of medicine, as performed by a medical practitioner—a physician ... Typically, practising medicine involves giving a diagnosis and prescribing a treatment for medical condition ... with a relevant body, often governmental—are legally permitted to practice medicine ...
John Marsh (pioneer) - In California
... California, Marsh found that he was the only person who had any knowledge of western medicine ... them could read, so they took his word and granted him permission to practice medicine ... he is credited as being the first person to practice medicine in LA, California ...
National Medical Association - History, 1900-1950
... Indeed, given the prominent racist practices of the Jim Crow South as well as segregated medical facilities across the U.S ... physicians to find gainful employment and practice medicine ... unable to join the AMA due to the lack of county medical societies and/or because of local bigoted practices, thereby limiting the number of African ...

Famous quotes containing the words medicine and/or practice:

    Good medicine is bitter to the taste.
    Chinese proverb.

    When any practice has become the fixed rule of the society in which we live, it is always wise to adhere to that rule, unless it call upon us to do something that is actually wrong. One should not offend the prejudices of the world, even if one is quite sure that they are prejudices.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)