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Synonyms for layperson

someone who is not a clergyman or a professional person

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Zero received behavioral therapy and six received a combination approach following educational curbside consultation. For patients not previously prescribed psychotropic medication (n = 34), two received behavior therapy only, three received a combined approach, three participated in behavioral therapy for a diagnosis other than ADHD, and one did not return to clinic prior to the brief consultation.
"Such curbside consultations generally involve a presentation of the patient's history, recitation of the diagnostic test results obtained to date and discussion of potential avenues of treatment for this patient and others with similar symptom complexes.
Experts disagree about whether the requesting or receiving physician should document a curbside consultation, and if so, how.
Horace Bent, who runs the competition, said: "Given that three times in the 21st century the public have crowned somewhat vulgar titles the winner (High Performance Stiffened Structures, Living With Crazy Buttocks and, most recently, If You Want Closure In Your Relationship, Start With Your Legs), I assumed that either Strip And Knit With Style or Curbside Consultation Of The Colon would pick up the 2008 award.
Curbside consultation in pediatric GI; 49 clinical questions.
Curbside Consultation in Pediatric Dermatology (Treat, 2012) is valuable clinical resource for practitioners.
Curbside consultation in cornea and external disease; 49 clinical questions.
DESCRIPTION: A user friendly reference for decision making in hip arthroplasty designed in a question formed clinical problem scenarios and answers format .The articles composed of the answers, containing current concepts and preferences of experts in primary and revision hip surgery are enhanced by several images, diagrams and references and written in the form of a curbside consultation by Scott M.
The shortlist for this year's strangest titles is comprised of: Curbside Consultation of the Colon by Brooks D Cash; The 2009-2014 World Outlook for 60-milligram Containers of Fromage Frais by Professor Philip M Parker; Baboon Metaphysics by Dorothy L Cheney and Robert M Seyfarth; The Large Sieve and its Applications by Emmanuel Kowalski; Strip and Knit with Style by Mark Hordyszynsk; and Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring by Lietai Yang.
They then gave a physician-work relative value unit, or RVU, the standard used by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to calculate reimbursements, to each curbside consultation based on the CPT code and then multiplied the aggregate RVUs by the 2005 CMS conversion factor of $37.89 per RVU to estimate costs.
This text provides the busy practitioner with a curbside consultation from a well-respected authority without ever having to leave the office.
Trainee autonomy Minimize unnecessary tests Part time provides Continuity of care Specialists need clinical material to teach Specialists are consultants Teach/learn/practice/what Teach/learn/practice managed is in textbooks care Specialty identification Community of financially interdependent providers Formal consultation Curbside consultation Teaching requires "clinical Patient are, customer satisfaction material" are job #1
Curbside Consultation in Refractive and Lens-Based Surgery
Curbside consultation in pediatric infectious disease; 49 clinical questions.
Curbside consultation in retina; 49 clinical questions.