Clinicians

Health-care professionals who treat and observe patients, such as doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, are often called clinicians. Clinicians are expected to act ethically, legally and morally for the benefit of their patients. All clinicians have a responsibility to perform complete physical assessments; order appropriate laboratory or other diagnostic work; and document their findings and plan of care. Clinicians are expected to follow the accepted medical standard of care, a clinical benchmark that indicates what a reasonable and prudent person would do in a particular situation to provide quality medical care. The acceptable standard of care was once limited to community medical practice but now typically applied on a national basis.

Clinicians Related Journals

Journal of Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics, Clinical Microbiology: Open Access, Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education, Clinical and Experimental Psychology, CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, Clinical and Translational Medicine and Clinical Cancer Investigation Journal

 

High Impact List of Articles

 

Recommended Conferences

  • International Conference on Internal Medicine
    Theme: Revealing Advancements in Internal Medicine and Health Care
    May 21-22, 2018 Osaka, Japan
  • 24th World Cardiology Conference
    Theme: Gathering the Newborn Advances in Cardiology
    17-18 September,2018 Hong Kong
  • 7th International Conference on Clinical Trials.
    September 24-26, 2018 | Chicago, Illinois, USA
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