Elected to Mastership

Italian translation: eletto membro emerito

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English term or phrase:Elected to Mastership
Italian translation:eletto membro emerito
Entered by: Gaetano Silvestri Campagnano

07:49 Aug 10, 2005
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical: Health Care
English term or phrase: Elected to Mastership
Si parla del brillante curriculum di uno specialista di fama internazionale, e un attimo prima è stato indicato uno dei numerosi premi e riconoscimenti consegnatigli da importanti istituzioni mediche di livello mondiale. Non riesco a capire se l'espressione indichi che il medico in questione è stato nominato docente universitario o se ha ricevuto una carica di primaria importanza nell'istituzione che lo ha premiato, menzionata poco prima.
Gaetano Silvestri Campagnano
Italy
Local time: 05:47
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Explanation:
Non dici di quale istituzione si tratti. In rete si trovano riferimenti all'espressione "elected to mastership" (livello superiore alla fellowship) per l'American College of Physicians.
Vedi ad esempio:
"Dr. Omega Cecile Logan Silva, M.D., FACP, Professor Emeritus of Medicine at George Washington University and past president of the American Medical Women’s Association, was recently elected to Mastership, an honor given by the American College of Physicians- American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP-ASIM). Masters have achieved recognition in medicine by exhibiting pre-eminence in practice or medical research, holding positions of high honor, or making significant contributions to medical science."



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Note added at 2 hrs 17 mins (2005-08-10 10:06:53 GMT)
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Secondo me vuol dire che l\'istituzione in questione l\'ha promosso a livello di Mastership (livello superiore alla fellowship e quindi equivalente al nostro \"membro emerito\". Direi quindi:
\"è stato eletto membro emerito\"
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Laura Gentili
Italy
Local time: 05:47
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Grazie mille Laura!
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elected to mastership
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Explanation:
Non dici di quale istituzione si tratti. In rete si trovano riferimenti all'espressione "elected to mastership" (livello superiore alla fellowship) per l'American College of Physicians.
Vedi ad esempio:
"Dr. Omega Cecile Logan Silva, M.D., FACP, Professor Emeritus of Medicine at George Washington University and past president of the American Medical Women’s Association, was recently elected to Mastership, an honor given by the American College of Physicians- American Society of Internal Medicine (ACP-ASIM). Masters have achieved recognition in medicine by exhibiting pre-eminence in practice or medical research, holding positions of high honor, or making significant contributions to medical science."



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Note added at 2 hrs 17 mins (2005-08-10 10:06:53 GMT)
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Secondo me vuol dire che l\'istituzione in questione l\'ha promosso a livello di Mastership (livello superiore alla fellowship e quindi equivalente al nostro \"membro emerito\". Direi quindi:
\"è stato eletto membro emerito\"


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Laura Gentili
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Grazie mille Laura!
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