clinic session

clinic session

A UK term of art for the period of time during which a clinic is held, which is normally scheduled for morning, afternoon or evening, and run according to clinic profile rules.
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During each "Skin Checker" clinic session, the PCPs will utilize Vancouver-based MetaOptima Technology Inc.
During each "skin checker" clinic session, the chain's pharmacists utilize Vancouver-based MetaOptima Technology Inc.
She revealed: "Horses are great therapy, you cannot recreate what a horse can do, in a clinic session.
Each clinic team should include a pediatrician or nurse practitioner, a dietitian, a nurse, a social worker/mental health worker, and a case manager who are present at each full clinic session.
In our study we accounted for patients, the diagnosis and even the individual doctor, but still found that doctors were more likely to prescribe antibiotics later in their clinic session.
There's no way a person could move her pelvis 2,000 times in a clinic session," she says.
In the early days as a clinical nurse practioner with dermatology expertise I was allowed to see 5 patients during one morning clinic session a week over and above my general clinic sessions.
As a means of meeting their needs, I devote one clinic session per week to seeing only Arabic speaking pregnant women.
All eligible patients were sent a letter from the practice inviting them to attend a flu clinic session.
Each resident may see six to eight patients per half-day clinic session, thus the faculty preceptor leverages their productivity through the residents and will supervise encounters with 24 to 32 patients per half-day clinic session.
He completed a monthlong clinic session of therapy for his battle with booze and drugs just in time for the ceremony.
At that point, you can use biofeedback on your own, without the equipment and guidance of a clinic session.