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CBS Boston reports Denise Robinson says her 7-year-old daughter's hair was very long before a clinician at the Little Heroes Home in Dracut took her to a salon where a volunteer cut her hair.
Nomad Health is a site that helps connect freelance clinicians to work in healthcare systems.
The history of medical and research ethics is rife with cases where informed consent — in which researchers or clinicians fully explain how samples will be used — is lacking.
The agency will report all clinicians going forward, VA Press Secretary Curt Cashour said.
First developed in the 1950s, the technique is an essential component of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety, which a vast majority of researchers and clinicians believe is the most effective treatment for a range of anxiety disorders.
Once cleared by regulators, the go-to-market strategy is to sell the device first to clinicians, and eventually consumers.
This program, which pairs clinicians with a trained officer, is chronically understaffed.
Through these partnerships, experts say, deep-learning algorithms can become more accurate and ultimately help more clinicians.
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