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practitioner

noun artificer, artisan, artist, attorney, counselor, craftsman, creative worker, journeyman, lawyer, master worker, professional, solicitor, specialist, trained person
Associated concepts: legal practitioner, single practitioner, sole practitioner
See also: addict, attorney, esquire, expert, professional, specialist
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She is currently seeking funding for a two-year pilot program to train mid-level practitioners using the ADHP model at EWU.
In addition, the conference benefits mid-level practitioners by providing valuable opportunities to share their knowledge and experience in the field through moderation of panel discussions and participation in informal mentorships.
ThedaCare's stable operating platform is supported by an employed physician group, ThedaCare Physicians, comprised of 155 primary care physicians (representing 75% of the primary care physicians who admit/refer to ThedaCare) and 67 mid-level practitioners.
The first departments to use Phytel's solution, when the clinic launches it in the near future, will be Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and OB/GYN, comprising a total of 37 physicians and nine mid-level practitioners.
With 21 physicians and 5 mid-level practitioners, Jackson Heart Clinic is one of the largest cardiology groups in the Southeastern United States, specializing in both invasive and non-invasive cardiology.
The Guthrie Clinic, with 236 employed physicians and 116 mid-level practitioners staffing 24 locations throughout the service area, is a key component of Guthrie's success in maintaining a leading market share position, and provides a vehicle for strongly aligning physician and hospital incentives.
In Africa, clinical officers, nurses, and other mid-level practitioners outnumber doctors by 6:1.
Currently, more than 40 countries, including Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom, allow mid-level practitioners to practice in oral health.
It includes mid-level practitioners and identifies unique state requirements associated with "Delegated Authority," special formulary restrictions, and other issues unique to each state's drug sample distribution requirements.