nondoctor

nondoctor

(ˌnɒnˈdɒktə)
n
a person who is not a medical doctor
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One of the complaints of nondoctor team members prior to the Mais Medicos program was the lack of space to exercise functions and that doctors tended to view team work as restricted to teams of doctors (28).
In this evaluation, 67% of Ebola infections among nondoctor HCWs occurred among males.
In some cases, a nondoctor such as a nurse or pharmacist may be allowed to offer expert testimony against a doctor.
Self-medication and nondoctor prescription practices in Pokhara valley, Western.
Similarly, (20) can induce a contrasting positive implicature just as readily as (18) (for example, that tickets to some other concerts were available or that some nondoctor was available), but the PI is again illicit:
So having the chance to exchange a few hours of basic fly-fishing instruction for some river-canoeing lessons with my physician-friend Peter was, in my mind, a rare occasion where nondoctor and doctor might actually walk away square.
What do you thinkperhaps it is time for our leader BS to consider even nondoctors to head the FDA?
But you can also argue it discriminates against nondoctors.
I know that many nondoctors will look at the above and say, "$100 per hour sounds great
In health care, for example, the oversight bodies for physicians and surgeons have been forced to add nondoctors to their ranks.
In the most basic sense, it means that nondoctors are not permitted to own or control medical corporations.