nondoctor

nondoctor

(ˌnɒnˈdɒktə)
n
a person who is not a medical doctor
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These categories were (i) journal/university institutions (e.g., scientific journals and University of Oxford), (ii) nonprofit organisations (e.g., Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and Cancer Council Australia), (iii) governmental/national institutions (e.g., Healthdirect Australia and World Health Organisation), (iv) commercial (e.g., da Vinci Surgery and GlaxoSmithKline), (v) physician/surgeon (including their corresponding professional organisations, e.g., American Urological Association), (vi) nondoctor health professionals (such as naturopaths), and (vii) others (e.g., personal blogs with no other affiliations).
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.
Participants want doctors to explain things more clearly and in "nondoctor" terms.
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: (20) a.
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.
"One of the stark differences is that Roe v Wade never gave permission for nondoctors to perform abortions, and this bill specifically will allow nondoctors to perform abortions.
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. Besides, even if you did it, how far should it extend?
"Nondoctors were able to use it with minimal training."