nonspecialist

nonspecialist

(ˌnɒnˈspɛʃəlɪst)
n
someone who does not specialize in a particular area, activity, field of research, etc
adj
not specializing in a particular area, activity, field of research, etc
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His topics are challenges that confront any attempt to construct a contextual hermeneutic, reading and nonspecialist readers: raising consciousness, reading and the Other: a framework for conversation, making connections, reading Daniel 1 in the classroom of national education, braving the furnace of the lion's den in the Lion City, whose dreams, and Daniel: from the ancient Near East to Singapore.
Additionally, 80% of members of KM clinics were nonspecialist KMD, while more than 70% of KMD working in KM hospitals and long-term care hospitals were certified as KM specialists.
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With a prose that is simple, elegant, and erudite, "Head to Heart: Mindfulness Moments for Every Day" is ideal for the nonspecialist general reader and would make a popular addition to community library Self Help collections.
They thus constitute a class of nonspecialist suppliers who lack bargaining power because they are perceived to be less capable.
certworthiness, whereas nonspecialist counsel rarely have that luxury.
Paul Heck has written that rare book suffused with learning, scholarship, and lived experiences that is accessible to the specialist and nonspecialist alike.
Twenty-three American academics and practitioners contribute 18 chapters to a clinical manual and educational tool providing specialist and nonspecialist clinicians, residents, and fellows with clinically relevant information regarding psychopharmacology in medically ill patients.
He deftly ties together the many strands of ideas dominating the logical commentaries and unobtrusively introduces the metaphysical and epistemological history necessary for his mostly nonspecialist audience.
In addition to explaining newly coined internet terminology for the nonspecialist she clearly describes her overall "V" strategy (Venture Value Voice Verifiable Vicinity Vehicle) which she has found so effective for her clients.
Tackling the problem issue by issue and revealing the bank's motivations on these and with some tips on how not to be drawn into a loan that can't be repaid yourself, "Subprime Meltdown" is an economic breakdown that any nonspecialist general reader can understand.
"Written on the Knee" is a must have for both historians and nonspecialist general readers looking for other perspectives on WWII.