Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of clinician.

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Examples

  • In this 32-minute video, clinicians from the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment explain the various types of teratomas, the importance of accurate diagnosis and monitoring, and the most advanced treatment options currently available.

    Multimedia

  • But as more supporting evidence emerges, the most common reaction to the idea among researchers and clinicians is excitement.

    The Science of Success

  • But as more supporting evidence emerges, the most common reaction to the idea among researchers and clinicians is excitement.

    The Science of Success

  • But as more supporting evidence emerges, the most common reaction to the idea among researchers and clinicians is excitement.

    The Science of Success

  • Thus, the path of least resistance for clinicians is to diagnose liberally — even when we wonder if doing so really helps our patients.

    Medpundit

  • One point of contention among clinicians is whether apotemnophilia is, as John Money thought, really a paraphilia.

    A New Way to Be Mad

  • One point of contention among clinicians is whether apotemnophilia is, as John Money thought, really a paraphilia.

    A New Way to Be Mad

  • Examples include fridges containing eggs being switched off accidentally, or consent forms not being signed by two clinicians, which is against the rules.

    Home | Mail Online

  • I hate to call the clinicians "Horse Whisperers" - a more accurate term would be people trainers.

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  • And I don't believe anyone is suggesting that we halt the rapid development in the ability of patients to manage themselves, and communicate with each other and clinicians, which is at the heart of Health 2.0.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

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