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clinician

noun as in psychiatrist

noun as in researcher

noun as in therapist

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Some medical experts argue that the list of radiographic markers that it tells clinicians to look for may not include all the possible physical sources of pain within a more diverse population.

We’ve already seen a massive uptick in digital mental health solutions with about 76% of clinicians solely treating patients via telemedicine.

Glenn Wortmann, director of infectious diseases at MedStar Washington Hospital Center, said in a statement that clinicians are “managing well” and prepared for a post-holiday spike in cases.

We leave that to the discretion of the clinicians at the hospitals to determine what is essential and what is not.

Demand for travel clinicians who take temporary assignments is extremely high.

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But for adults, who better to make the call than a sophisticated, caring clinician with deep clinical experience?

Romney, on the other hand, seems to approach policy decisions like a clinician.

Francois Bichat, born in 1771, earned high rank both as a clinician and an anatomist.

He was the godfather of typhoid fever, and from being a famous clinician became later a great pathologist.

The entire subject of adenomyoma is dealt with from the standpoint of the pathologist, the clinician, and the surgeon.

Not the anatomist, not the physiologist, but only the clinician is in the position to discuss these problems.

It is obviously wholly insufficient for a clinician to report that the use of a mixture was followed by good results.

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On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clinician, such as: doctor, psychoanalyst, psychologist, psychotherapist, therapist, and shrink.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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