Recent Examples of clinician from the Web
And the shortage of psychiatrists and other clinicians has become a crisis.
Even more promising, says Corlett, is the prospect that studies like this one will help clinicians predict who is likely to develop schizophrenia, allowing them to seek early treatment.
The first computing efforts that targeted clinicians' errors began in the 1970s.
Hollywood celebrities carry a lot of weight because people will remember that versus a clinician who ten years in the past told them ‘
Taylor was charged in connection with the Nov. 14 attack on Doucette, a mental health clinician who worked at a county-run facility on Morena Boulevard near Savannah Street.
While Kennedy's care would be different today due to advances in surgery and imaging technology, Dowdy doesn't see reason to second-guess clinicians' recommendations at the time.
Once the treatment is started, the doctors or clinicians administering it don’t have to remain in the room, freeing them to tend to other clients — another way to enhance revenue.
Hopefully, clinicians will opt in and take NEDA up on these (free!) training videos.
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