Romney, on the other hand, seems to approach policy decisions like a clinician.
It is as a clinician, rather than as a psychologist, that we must regard Krafft-Ebing.
Francois Bichat, born in 1771, earned high rank both as a clinician and an anatomist.
It is obviously wholly insufficient for a clinician to report that the use of a mixture was followed by good results.
Boyle, as a clinician, remained on excellent terms with medical practitioners.
Not the anatomist, not the physiologist, but only the clinician is in the position to discuss these problems.
Complicated chemic examinations are of little value to the clinician.
Except under circumstances of necessity, the clinician should always turn this work over to the bacteriologist.
In the reports, one clinician noted no differences that were not negligible.
Even in this case it is far better for two persons, clinician and bacteriologist, to work together.
clinician cli·ni·cian (klĭ-nĭsh'ən)
A physician, psychologist, or psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of patients, not in other areas such as research.