proceduralist

proceduralist

A physician, usually a specialist or subspecialist who performs diagnostic or therapeutic procedures
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(1) See Honneth (1998) for an exhaustive discussion of the evolution of the concept of democracy in Dewey's thought and its validity as an alternative to republicanist and proceduralist interpretations of democracy.
In the 20 years since Baird characterized the proceduralist and
Reflections on Habermas's proceduralist paradigm of Law.
There were 61 trials involving ablation or device therapies, of which 69 percent were randomized and 28 percent were single-arm studies; in 16, 4, and 44 percent, patient, proceduralist, and event-ascertainment blinding was used, respectively.
(13) In general, the larger needles have a tendency to be less flexible, and this may impact a proceduralist's choice when trying to access more difficult LN stations, such as the hilar nodes, that require more flexibility for sampling.
Kealey (2008) recognises that in the research and development of new ideas, a proceduralist model, following a set of pre-determined steps, has little likelihood of success.
He is uncertain as to where our "proceduralist critique" leads, and the reason can be neither ill-will nor want of intelligence on his part, so he might be forgiven for ascribing it to confusion on ours.
Mediation in Contemporary Chinese Civil Justice: A Proceduralist Diachronic Perspective
at 43 ("For the proceduralist in me, the most intriguing part of the Stern opinion is the Court's assertion that Article III courts are experts' at resolving state common law claims like the one at stake in the case.
Rather, proceduralist justifications (33) grounded in democratic discourse and autonomy have displaced epistemic rationales as the predominant explanations for free speech protection.
Patients suffering from VCFs are typically referred though either a primary care provider or specialist to an experienced proceduralist. Patients are screened during a focused history and physical exam for criteria including a) the presence of an acute to subacute fracture (1 week to 2 years in age) as determined using clinical history and radiographic imaging; b) localizing pain with overlying tenderness that correlates with imaging; c) axial non-radiating pain; d) ineffectiveness of conservative therapies that include bed rest, analgesics, and bracing; and e) a fracture that results in a reduction of activities of daily living.