Professional Judgment

Professional Judgment

The discretion of an individual with the educational, work-related or other experience to make a decision. For example, given 10 fairly equal candidates for a job, the hiring manager may use his/her professional judgment to advance three candidates to the next round of interviews, even if there are few quantitative reasons for doing so.
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Akram Khan Durrani College pays high tribute to the jury for impartial and professional judgment and to the Frontier Scouts Cadet College Warsak management for their wonderful arrangements and hospitality.
Because of contradictory benefits, the auditor is expected to observe principles such as honesty in professional judgment.
This bill will help ensure that future Congressional Alzheimer's funding decisions will be guided by the professional judgment of National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists as they race toward the National Plan to Address Alzheimer's Disease's goal to prevent and effectively treat Alzheimer's by 2025.
The board investigated the complaint and initiated disciplinary action, contending that Cushing failed to comply with the standard of care and failed to exercise independent professional judgment as a Licensed Site Professional (LSP).
Specifically, a family member or a friend refers to a NP's spouse or partner, parent, child, sibling, grandparent or grandchild; a parent, child, sibling, grandparent or grandchild of the NP's spouse or partner; or another individual with whom the NP has personal or emotional involvement that may render the NP unable to exercise objective professional judgment in reaching diagnostic or therapeutic decisions.
On a case-by-case basis, financial aid personnel can exercise professional judgment and impose a limit.
Having a knowledge of PFP principles and theory and a level of skill to competently identify client goals and objectives, gather and analyze data, consider and apply appropriate planning approaches and methods, and use professional judgment in developing financial recommendations;
Our proposals will allow nurseries who hire high-quality staff to be able to exercise professional judgment.
The covered entity also may share relevant information with the family and these other persons if it can be reasonably inferred, based on professional judgment, that the patient does not object.
In a letter to parents, Charlotte Clarke, the council's head of universal services and school effectiveness, wrote: "Before half-term Blackpool Council became concerned about the professional judgment made by these staff in relation to the wellbeing of pupils when isolating them during challenging behaviour.
CIMA professionals should have ethical values--knowing right from wrong and not allowing others to influence or override their professional judgment.
The final overall judgment is the professional judgment made by inspectors, who take a lot of notice of the quality of teaching.
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