Clinician

  • (noun): A practitioner (of medicine or psychology) who does clinical work instead of laboratory experiments.

Some articles on clinician:

Michael Shepherd (psychiatrist) - Career - Clinician
... Shepherd’s noted clinical study on the symptom of morbid jealousy early in his career led him to the conclusion that a medical opinion is of most value when the inter-personal and social aspects of a case are as closely understood as the narrower issue of diagnosis ... He went on to apply these precepts to the full range of psychiatric disorders ...
Texas A&M Health Science Center College Of Medicine - Curriculum
... Year 1 Gross Anatomy, Biochemistry, Physiology/Histology, Neuroscience, Becoming a Clinician Year 2 Pathology, Pharmacology, Immunology, Microbiology, Becoming a ...
Sexual Health Clinic - Examinations
... See also intimate examination With the patient's consent, a clinician will inspect the patient visually and by touch ... If needed, the clinician will take samples to test for sexually transmitted infections ... The clinician may inspect the patient's Throat and lymph nodes of the neck for inflammation Pubic hair for lice Lymph nodes of the groin for swelling Genitals, anus, and surrounding areas for sores ...
Jim Riggs - Clinician
... Selmer Saxophones International Rico International artist/clinician. ...
Attachment-based Therapy (children) - Individual Therapeutic Approaches - Feedback Methods - Clinician Assisted Videofeedback Exposure Sessions (CAVES)
... paradigm informed by attachment theory called the Clinician Assisted Videofeedback Exposure Sessions to test whether traumatized mothers, who often ... stressful moments in the presence of a clinician who asks the mother to think about what she (and her child) might be thinking and feeling at the time of the ...