Professional person definition

Professional person means a mental health professional,
Professional person means a mental health
Professional person means a mental health professional and also means a physician, registered nurse, and such others as may be defined in rules adopted by the secretary pursuant to the provisions of this chapter.

Examples of Professional person in a sentence

  • Cost Estimator: Professional person who is directly responsible for the cost estimating of the design.

  • Professional person who has qualification needed as in Term of Refference will be assigned as the project coordinator.

  • The Firm hereby consents to and authorises the Municipality to conduct criminal record checks on each Professional person, Lead Attorney, candidate attorney, and key support personnel of the Firm who will be responsible for rendering services to the Municipality, and further agrees to obtain the necessary consents from such persons.

  • The Professional person for chemicals should be qualified and have university degree in the field of sciences of chemistry, chemical-engineering technology, pharmacology, pharmacy.

  • Laura Shepherd points out that, when gender acts as a proxy for women under the guise of progressiveness, the real needs of women are negated and attention remains squarely fixed on men (Shepherd 2017: 152).


More Definitions of Professional person

Professional person means a Person retained or to be compensated for services rendered or costs incurred on or after the Petition Date and on or prior to the Effective Date pursuant to sections 327, 328, 329, 330, 331, 503(b), or 1103 of the Bankruptcy Code in these Chapter 11 Cases.
Professional person means a person licensed to practice medicine in this state, a psychologist certified to practice in this state, or a person licensed and in good standing to practice medicine in another state or a psychologist certified to practice and in good standing in another state who is providing medical or clinical services at a treatment facility in this state that is operated by the armed forces of the United States, the United States public health service, or the United States department of veterans affairs.
Professional person means a mental health professional, substance use disorder professional, or designated crisis responder and shall also mean a physician, physician assistant, psychiatric advanced registered nurse practitioner, registered nurse, and such others as may be defined by rules adopted by the secretary pursuant to the provisions of this chapter;
Professional person means a Person who is an attorney, accountant, appraiser, auctioneer, financial advisor, or other professional Person and who is retained with approval of the Bankruptcy Court, after notice and opportunity for hearing to the Agent and the Lenders, by (a) any Debtor pursuant to Section 327 of the Bankruptcy Code, (b) a committee pursuant to Section 1103(a) of the Bankruptcy Code or (c) the official committee of unsecured creditors.
Professional person means a person retained or to be compensated pursuant to section 327, 328, 330, 503[b] or 1103 of the Bankruptcy Code.
Professional person means a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker with a master’s degree, licensed marriage, family and child counselor, or registered nurse.
Professional person means a mental health professional and shall also mean a physician, psychiatric advanced registered nurse practitioner, registered nurse, and such others as may be defined by rules adopted by the secretary pursuant to the provisions of this chapter;