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Licensure of Physicians and Nurses: Comparing Country Requirements

Hediye Seval AKGUN; A.F. Al-Assaf.

Licensure is the granting of a permit to perform acts which, without it, would be illegal while the credentialing is the process of reviewing a health professional’s credentials, training, experience, or demonstrated ability, practice history and medical certification and privileging is a grant of a special right or immunity, under certain conditions. In this article licensure, credentialing and privileging among physcian, nurses and other health care professionals system in different countries will be discussed.

Key words: Licensure;Health Professions;Health Education

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