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  • adjective Not clinical or medical
  • adjective Not objective; emotional


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  • The layoffs are almost entirely "nonclinical" and are coming from all parts of the hospital network, which employs about 50,000.

    Broader, Deeper Job Cuts Risk Steepening Slump

  • Anne Erickson, a spokeswoman for Amylin Pharmaceuticals, makers of Byetta, said that "the conclusions of the study are in contrast to other nonclinical, clinical and adequately conducted post-marketing epidemiological studies."

    Popular diabetes drugs may raise pancreatic cancer risk, study suggests

  • There are patient-physician email systems, including patient portals, that function well, but frequently they confine communications to nonclinical discussions such as appointment scheduling and prescription refills or instructions.

    Should Physicians Use Email to Communicate With Patients?

  • The company said it may conduct additional Phase I or nonclinical studies to address the FDA's questions.

    FDA Seeks Details on NuPathe Patch, Launch Delayed

  • And all of these concerns were from a nonclinical population, about mostly normal kids with no discernible diagnosis of attention-deficit disorder ADD.

    Childhood Unbound

  • According to a recent survey done at the Physicians Foundation, 90% of primary care physicians cite an increase in the amount of nonclinical paperwork with insurers, 63% say that it has caused them to spend less time with patients, and 20% have reduced their patient load for this very reason.

    Doctors, Not Bureaucracies, Deliver Health Care

  • This wonderful Yiddish word, which means nonclinical “craziness,” is a good catch-all for the parental neuroses that can adversely affect children.


  • Check in with the nonclinical experts all around you.


  • Kirk told McCoy that he was a pain, and in nonclinical detail began describing where it was as they went out together.

    Doctor’s Orders

  • Family caregivers provide the majority of nonclinical care needed by aging adults.

    Experiential Marketing


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