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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcliniciancli‧ni‧cian /klɪˈnɪʃən/ noun [countable]  a doctor who treats and examines people, rather than one who does research
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clinicianKegan has much more to say to educators and clinicians from his constructivist perspective.There are two ways in which researchers and clinicians have attempted to solve this problem.Another critical component of this activity will be to address the use of antimicrobial drugs by clinicians and their patients.This, again, includes members of all three colleges and incorporates clinicians, basic and behavioural scientists, and students.Secondly, questionnaires were developed for self completion by other clinicians and non-medical staff in the practice.Although advisory at present such protocols could be used to regulate clinician behaviour.In summary, the research to date provides few definitive guidelines for the clinician.
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