medical adviser

medical adviser

Graduate education
A person formally affiliated with an academic institution who counsels one or more students, and who may act as their advocate in various situations.
 
Medspeak
Physician.
 
Popular media
A doctor or other medically trained person who provides advice to scriptwriters about the medical aspects of a scene, program or film.
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Whatever her troubles might be, her medical adviser was not made acquainted with them.
In this manner, the mysterious old Roger Chillingworth became the medical adviser of the Reverend Mr.
Lady Janet, by the advice of Horace, sent for her own medical adviser.
Pain is simply our intrinsic medical adviser to warn us and stimulate us.
Jansenius has asked me to ask--I was about to say that I am not speaking now as the medical adviser of this family; but although an old friend--and--ahem
Geoffrey looked at his medical adviser with a sudden curiosity and a sudden distrust.
I was Isa Whitney's medical adviser, and as such I had influence over him.
The medical advisers of the two offices, who had recommended the insurance of Lord Montbarry's life, were called into council over their own reports.
I cannot remember now what it was, but his medical advisers had put him on a very severe regimen, and the ferocious hunger familiar to convalescents, sheer animal appetite, had overpowered all human sensibilities.
Contract notice: Medical services as examining medical adviser at the European Central Bank.
JOCKEYS seeking medical advice and assistance will be without the expertise of Dr Anna-Louise Mackinnon from next month as she is to leave her role as medical adviser to the Professional Jockeys Association.
Dr Green has given medical advice to the RNLI in Llandudno in an honorary capacity for over 17 years, and currently holds the position of Lifeboat Medical Adviser.

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