A person actively engaged in an art, discipline, or profession, esp. medicine
patients are treated by skilled practitioners
someone who practices a learned profession
'The Practitioner' is a medical journal established in 1868 by Macmillan Publishers with Francis Anstie as the editor.
Practitioners are people who engage in conflict resolution as a profession--mediators, arbitrators, facilitators, and diplomats, for example.
(PRACTITIONERS) Hard to find eAI Practioners that understand fundemental eAI techniques add real value
(Practitioners) (ST): ISTJ, ESTP, ESTJ, ISTP.
(Practitioners) All lawyers enrolled on the roll and conveyancers enrolled on the register.
(Practitioners) NHS medical, dental and ophthalmic practitioners, including assistants, registrars and some locums.
(Practitioners) Those who are skilled in the art of conjuration and binding of the spirits to vessels or humans as an attempt to preserve their existence.
(practitioners) Assessor • Judex • Jurisconsulti
A person who learns or teaches the Martial Arts
A professional who administers or consults on the administration of a pension plan. Practitioners include third-party administrators, benefits specialists, consultants, accountants, actuaries, attorneys, and others who deal with pension plans.
n. person who practises a skill or an art
On our website, this refers to: a solicitor who is a member of the Law Society of Scotland; an advocate who is a member of the Faculty of Advocates; a conveyancing or executry practitioner regulated by the Law Society of Scotland; a member of the Association of Commercial Attorneys.
Person who is actively practising their profession.
An individual who holds a license to practice medicine, including physician (MD), osteopathic medical physician (DO), dentist (DDS), advance nurse practitioner (ANP) or registered nurse (RN). ...
An individual who supplies health care services, i.e., physician, psychologist, nurse practitioner.
Any individual who is qualified to work in a health care profession (e.g., physician, nurse); such an individual is often required to be licensed as defined by state law.
means any person who is licensed to practice under the laws of the jurisdiction within which such health care services are rendered including physicians, dentists, chiropodists, chiropractors, optometrists, osteopaths, physical therapists, podiatrists, psychologists, and other licensed medical ...
Someone who engages in the science of medicine.
generally referring to people who practice medicine, but are not an MD or equivalent. This term is generally regulated by state law and tends to understate the licensed practitioner’s education and medical capacity. ...
A practitioner (also referred to as a change agent) is an individual responsible for facilitating the implementation of a change project. Often, multiple practitioners work on a major implementation project.
a professional (most often social worker) licensed in Ontario to perform home studies and supervise adoption placements.
In the context of this study, the term practitioner (s) is used as an inclusive term that collectively describes information architects, usability specialists, usability engineers, website designers, human computer interaction specialists, and other persons or roles whose interests or ...
Someone who, at regular intervals, looks back at the work they do, and the work process, and considers how they can improve. The concept comes from Schön’s book of the same name (1983).