a segment of healthcare professions comprised of specialized occupations that require certification, including physical therapists, dental hygienists, social workers, speech therapists, nutritionists, etc., but not including doctors, nurses, and dentists.
pertaining to professional health-care providers who are not physicians, esp. medical assistants, technicians, and therapists but not nurses
Some people classify nurses as allied health professionals, but others do not.
joined by treaty, agreement, or common cause: allied nations. related; kindred: allied species. (initial capital letter) of or relating to the Allies. to unite formally, as by treaty, league, marriage, or the like (usually followed by with or to): Russia allied itself to France. to associate or connect by some mutual relationship, as resemblance or […]
a river flowing N from S France to the Loire. About 250 miles (400 km) long. a department in central France. 2850 sq. mi. (7380 sq. km). Capital: Moulins. Historical Examples Boii, an ancient people of Gaul, occupying territory between the Allier and the Loire. The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood I had […]
plural of . (initial capital letter) (in World War I) the powers of the Triple Entente (Great Britain, France, Russia), with the nations with them (Belgium, Serbia, Japan, Italy, etc., not including the United States), or, loosely, with all the nations (including the United States) or associated with them as opposed to the Central Powers. […]
to attach; bind. Historical Examples alligate -us: fastened or suspended by a thread; like the chrysalis of Papilio, etc. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology John. B. Smith