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Synonyms for medical community

the body of individuals who are qualified to practice medicine

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Site includes an "ask the doctor" tool, abstracted articles from medical journals that cover various types of pain, links to pain clinics, an online research library and the latest breaking "pain news" from the medical community for patients and healthcare professionals.
CAM practitioners and the medical community could work together in a spirit of respectful cooperation and collaboration for the benefit of all.
This legislation will boost funding for local, state and federal governments, foster better coordination between government and the medical community, and provide incentives for the research and development of better treatments and vaccines.
In one instance, I heard about a physician executive who brought a medical community and hospital closer together.
The organization, which was founded in 1974 by four mothers of children with Tuberous Sclerosis, awards grants to researchers and provides education to families and the medical community.
discussed some of the major challenges of HIV research today, including acute infection (finding the cases is a challenge), finding people who are not currently in care so that they can be offered treatment, when to start antiretroviral therapy (the medical community has backed off from the "hit early" part of "hit hard, hit early"--but still treats hard, once one does start antiretrovirals).
After each new proposal came before the commission,' he explains, "the medical community would put it back to the committee, have terms redefined, wouldn't designate people to watch for abuses in the system and so on.
Sermo is an extremely valuable resource that is now a part of my daily routine - I believe it will make a dramatic improvement in the medical community," said Dr.
The organization, which was founded in 1974 by four mothers of children with TS, awards grants to researchers and provides education to families and the medical community.
Women's sexual dissatisfaction within this model became medicalized under the rubric of hysteria, for which the medical community recommended genital manipulation.
The good news is that this kind of medical management education is becoming increasingly accessible and valuable to us in the medical community.
In addition, we have to link with other partners beyond the public health and medical community, particularly law enforcement and intelligence.
Although Anderson would not be specific, others said Lundberg had nettled many in the medical community over the years when he published controversial articles.
These cases represent clear negligence by many in the medical community to over-prescribe opiates for pain patients, putting them in an even more precipitous position.
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