Translation of consultation in Spanish:


consulta, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkɑnsəlˈteɪʃ(ə)n/ /kɒnsəlˈteɪʃ(ə)n/

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  • 1

    (with doctor, lawyer)
    consulta feminine
    • The ageing of the population increased the number of consultations due to immediate medical needs.
    • Most studies of general practitioners' consultations show a strong degree of professional control.
    • The consultant might travel around several clinics and carry out joint consultations with the doctor or nurse and patient.
    • Hospital readmissions and general practice consultations often occur soon after the diagnosis of heart failure.
    • If Doctors have to sell consultations, drugs and treatments to make their money, we are heading straight back into the past.
    • These suggest that patients were more satisfied with consultations with nurse practitioners than those with doctors.
    • We could not, without causing delay, recruit many patients from doctors whose consultations were short.
    • Offering doctors feedback on real consultations should ensure more effective transfer of skills.
    • One possibility is that the stakes are higher for the patient in a consultation with a doctor.
    • Shortage of time in general practice consultations is widely acknowledged to constrain the quality of care of patients.
    • Use of computers during general practice consultations improves the quality of care in some cases.
    • This all made for a good, lighthearted appointment which is the way I like my medical consultations.
    • Some facilities offer consultations with doctors or other forms of medical aid.
    • Experts will be on hand to offer styling advice and consultations as well wine and nibbles.
    • If you are not covered by a medical card your doctor may charge a consultation fee.
    • External sources may enable much of the information gathering to occur outside consultations.
    • In the course of a series of consultations, our experts spelled out their proposals on the issue.
    • Often more is accomplished by informal consultations than by official meetings.
    • A series of public round-table meetings and other consultations with stakeholders were then held.
    • It took many years, numerous meeting and consultations with professionals.
  • 2

    (of dictionary, notes)
    consulta feminine
    • He said a special study was being made of Newcombe Drive in consultation with local residents.
    • The Kennel Club says the docking of dogs' tails is a choice for the owner, in consultation with a vet.
    • These acts may be done in consultation with the rest of the group, but not necessarily as a group.
    • On the face of it, the matter is decided by the President of the Tribunal in consultation with judges.
    • The matter has been examined in consultation with the Ministry of External Affairs.
    • The process of consultation with local partners has been ongoing since the kidnaps.
    • Possible changes were first revealed a year ago and have been out for discussion and consultation.
    • There was no consultation, no discussion, no attempt to bring householders on board.
    • The amendment was preceded by a process of consultation with local authorities.
    • The process of consultation must be effective; looked at as a whole, it must be fair.
    • As part of the appraisal process, consultation took place on a range of design options.
    • The fact is that this strike could have been avoided had there been proper consultation all round.
    • I expect to see a full and proper consultation conducted before any action is taken.
    • How is it that the task of ensuring that proper consultation takes place is so difficult?
    • You may also choose, in consultation with your surgeon, what type of incision to have.
    • There will be public consultation after councillors have discussed the changes.
    • We will build on it when we launch our formal public consultation next week.
    • There will now be two months of formal consultation and a decision is expected in March.
    • The constitution adopted was the product of wide consultation and discussion.
    • The lack of any wide discussion or consultation is the cause of much of the criticism.
  • 3

    there was no consultation with the tenants no se consultó a los inquilinos
    • the union is demanding full consultation at each stage el sindicato exige participar plenamente en el proceso consultivo
    • in consultation with sb en conferencia con algn