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(Certified Computer Professional) The award for successfully completing a comprehensive examination on computers offered by the ICCP. See ICCP and certification.
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Prof Baker, director of the Nice Centre for Clinical Practice, said more than 40 million prescriptions are written out for antibiotics every year, but a quarter of them are likely to be inappropriate or unnecessary.
The CGTSU assists external development centres, internal developers and the NICE Centre for Clinical Practice (CCP) technical team to meet the needs of Clinical Guideline Committees, by supporting the guideline developers in their work.
Professor Mark Baker, Nice Centre for Clinical Practice director, said: "Mental health problems during and after pregnancy are common.
The financial implications of obesity are huge--10% of the NHS budget is used to treat diabetes and its complications alone," said Professor Mark Baker, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE.
Prof Mark Baker, director of the NICE Centre for Clinical Practice, said the updated guidance is important to consider alongside other safe sleeping advice.
Professor Mark Baker, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at NICE, said: "Nobody gets onto our guideline groups if they have any significant vested interest, especially a financial interest.
Obesity rates have nearly doubled over the last 10 years and continue to rise, making obesity and overweight a major issue for the health service in the UK," said Professor Mark Baker, director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at Nice.
Professor Mark Baker, Director of Centre for Clinical Practice, National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, says, "This updated draft guidline reflects important new evidence about the best ways to treat the condition, including the use of the new generation of oral anti-coagulants and ablation strategies as well as the use of risk calculators to guide treatment decisions.
FERGUS MACBETH is director of the Centre for Clinical Practice at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence in London.
Fergus Macbeth, director of the centre for clinical practice at Nice, said: "Although transient loss of consciousness is a very common symptom that the NHS deals with on a daily basis, its diagnosis can often be inaccurate, inefficient and delayed.

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