\"lege under spesialisering a\"

English translation: Registrar (UK) Resident (US) Category A

15:27 Dec 6, 2016
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
Norwegian term or phrase: \"lege under spesialisering a\"
This is the title of a doctor as it appears in her signature. In the note she wrote, she describes a patient's history of inguinal hernias and recommends an operation, which someone else will perform.
Michael Marcoux
United States
Local time: 01:34
English translation:Registrar (UK) Resident (US) Category A
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http://www.proz.com/kudoz/norwegian_to_english/medical_gener...
http://legeforeningen.no/Emner/Andre-emner/Avtaler/Avtaleark...
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eodd
Local time: 06:34
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4 +1Registrar (UK) Resident (US) Category A
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\\\"lege under spesialisering a\\\"
Registrar (UK) Resident (US) Category A


Explanation:
This was more or less asked before
http://www.proz.com/kudoz/norwegian_to_english/medical_gener...
http://legeforeningen.no/Emner/Andre-emner/Avtaler/Avtaleark...



    Reference: http://helseforetak.no/engelske_stillingsbetegnelser
    Reference: http://tidsskriftet.no/2012/08/sprakspalten/lis-og-lus
eodd
Local time: 06:34
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Michael Ellis: Although as I don't understand "spesialiserng a", I would just put Registrar(UK) or Resident (US).
18 hrs
  -> I think it's related to their payscale. See http://legeforeningen.no/Emner/Andre-emner/Avtaler/Avtaleark...
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