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The write-up on his site says he had experience working as a therapist, diagnostician, clinician manager, and program director at various organizations.D.C. social worker, therapist Allen Pittinger-Dunham dies at 57|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|January 11, 2022|Washington Blade
I pride myself on doing my job well, both in terms of being a competent diagnostician and in putting my patients at ease.
But if you had to choose between having your hand held by a warm and fuzzy nurse or being treated by a heartless diagnostician?
But it is the make-you-a-better-diagnostician argument that I use with my medical students.
Any change in the original diagnosis must be made in writing to the Department of Health and must be confirmed by a diagnostician.The Eugenic Marriage, Volume IV. (of IV.)|Grant Hague
In this way he is led to erroneous conclusions which the skilled diagnostician has learned from experience to avoid.Lameness of the Horse|John Victor Lacroix
For example, there is a Dr. Leffingwell on the staff here; he is a diagnostician and has nothing to do with psychotherapy per se.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
A good diagnostician has in him the material for an immortal police inspector.The Blue Wall|Richard Washburn Child
I have known bronchitis so severe as to divert in this way the attention of a skilful diagnostician from the primary disease.