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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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As one practitioner said, "[W]e want programs that are hard to get into but easy to get out of.
As academics and practitioners, how are we preparing the next generation for a very different world?
I think we really provide the type of care people are looking for," says nurse practitioner Peter Coggiola.
Applicants applying for the Chinese Medicine Practitioners Licensing Examination for the first time should submit their applications by October 31, 2016.
In addition, Circular 230 prohibits a tax return preparer from signing a tax return or claim for refund that the practitioner knows or reasonably should know contains a position that lacks a reasonable basis, or is an unreasonable position as described in Sec.
CRN survey shows 60% of adults don't know what nurse practitioners do.
The new law will require that each nurse practitioner file a statement of collaboration with the board of nursing, but there will be no requirement for a formal agreement signed by a physician and approved by a joint committee.
Researchers want practitioners to know that every practitioner's experience is limited to the populations they have served and the services they have provided.
3) healthcare practitioners who are registered under an act of parliament, but who provide a healthcare service which is unrelated to their registration eg a medical practitioner who practises herbal medicine.
The State Award for Nurse Practitioner Excellence, founded in 1991, recognizes a nurse practitioner (NP) in a state who demonstrates excellence in practice, research, nurse practitioner education, or community affairs.
According to Nutraceuticals World, overall sales in the health practitioner market--which comprises more than 1 million medical doctors, osteopaths, naturopathic physicians, veterinarians, and other allied healthcare professionals--increased 14% from 1997 to 2001.
To claim, ``Although there are other practitioners who use the term,'' suggests that we who are actual HypnoBirthing practitioners are using her name when the name and the program have been owned and trademarked by Mongan.