biomedical scientist

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biomedical scientist

A person qualified to perform an array of laboratory bench jobs, including cytology screening and support work in chemical, microbiology, haematology and histopathology laboratories in the UK.
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The fourteen upper-level professions analyzed were as follows: social workers, biologists, biomedical doctors, dental surgeons (orthodontists or dentists), professionals in physical education, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapist, speech pathologists, doctors, veterinary doctors, nutritionists, psychologists, and occupational therapists.
Indigenous healers in Eastern Africa share some characteristics with biomedical doctors.
On the other, the quotidian expectations held by patients and intimates of their biomedical doctors and hospitals make up a more generalized morality, one that includes comments on doctors' personal qualities as well as on whether they are deemed to be doing their job properly.
and would likely be regarded with skepticism by many biomedical doctors, at least in the medically less pluralistic West.
The doctor's note that lets employees take a few days off work is the latest glitch in efforts to bring together under one umbrella organisation South Africa's traditional healers and biomedical doctors.
A fear that has kept many African governments from allowing traditional healers the same status as biomedical doctors is the additional spending state health services would have to foot, and the flood of patients referred by healers hospitals and clinics would have to accommodate.

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