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Synonyms for practitioner

someone who practices a learned profession

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In fact, no practitioner could think of an example when they had approached a business to involve it in school-to-work activities and had been turned down.
More particularly, how do we prepare the next generation of public relations practitioners for a world in which there may be no reporters on the telephone, company newsletters to churn out, intimidating policy manuals to follow, static job descriptions - perhaps not even a permanent work place?
The role of the nurse practitioner is going to become broader," says nurse practitioner Melanie Harris.
The Chinese Medicine Practitioners Board of the Chinese Medicine Council of Hong Kong today (September 2) announced that applications for the 2017 Chinese Medicine Practitioners Licensing Examination would open on September 19, 2016.
Circular 230 imposes an obligation on practitioners to exercise due diligence in preparing returns or other documents relating to a federal tax matter and in determining the correctness of oral or written representations made by the practitioner to the IRS.
While research conducted by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) shows that 81% of Americans have had or know someone who has had a direct experience with a nurse practitioner (NP), many are still not sure exactly what role these healthcare practitioners play in the healthcare paradigm, according to the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), Washington, D.
At a time when there is an acute shortage of primary care providers in Maryland, nurse practitioners--the professional you increasingly encounter when you go to the physicians' office for care--have been facing tremendous barriers to practice in Maryland," said Susan Delean-Botkin, Family Nurse Practitioner and Legislative Chair for the Nurse Practitioner Association of Maryland (NPAM).
Researchers want practitioners to know that their main goal is to help each practitioner get better outcomes.
2) healthcare practitioners who have been de-registered eg a de-registered medical practitioner
Montana, June 2007--Nurse practitioners and nurse practitioner advocates, recipients of the prestigious American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) State Awards for Excellence, were honored on Friday, June 22, 2007, at an awards ceremony and reception held during the AANP 22nd Annual National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Andrea Pennington, a holistic practitioner and founder of the Pennington Institute for Health & Wellness in Silver Spring, Maryland.
I do not understand how you could print an article on HypnoBirthing when the person you interviewed is not a practitioner and does not teach our program.
It is certain that the recipient tax practitioner might rely on these materials to provide an opinion to clients.
4) This exclusion, however, does not include advice if the practitioner knows or has reason to know the taxpayer will rely upon such advice to take a position on a tax return, including an amended return that claims tax benefits not reported on a previously filed return.
The data collection focused on six dyads and the interactions between the practitioner and the caregiver of a child who was enrolled in the public school early intervention/special education program.