Recent Examples of clinician from the Web
The initial results of Demiris’ study are promising, and several participants have taken their data to start discussions with their clinicians.
By knowing whether a patient is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or straight, say public health experts, clinicians can be more alert to a person’s medical needs and more thoughtful in interactions.
And while small, the trial on 10 boys was double-blinded and placebo-controlled, so neither parents nor clinicians knew who got the real drug.
During the group’s monthly dinner meeting on Wednesday at the Dar Al-Farooq mosque in suburban Minneapolis, faith leaders sat at tables covered in white tablecloths and listened intently as clinicians explained that there is no medicine for measles.
But it’s not just the general public operating on too narrow a view of herpes; it’s also many clinicians.
From past experience, an astute clinician, public health official, or laboratory worker will recognize an unusual event and contact the appropriate health officials, who will investigate the event.
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First Known Use of clinician
CLINICIAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of clinician for English Language Learners
: a person (such as a doctor or nurse) who works directly with patients rather than in a laboratory or as a researcher
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