clinical

All Adjective Noun
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  • It also takes the applied approach, looking at individual language development and clinical issues.
  • Some state that they do not conduct clinical treatment of any kind.
  • His mother had suffered clinical depression since the death of a previous child.
  • However, there was no evidence to support major clinical or long-term benefits.
  • There was doubt that their ideas would ever become a clinical reality.
  • He carried out many clinical trials and published two large volumes of his works.
  • Many methods have been proposed or sold over the years without published clinical proof they can work as claimed.
  • Masters level clinical programs aim to train students in both research methods and evidence-based practice.
  • Often, some diseases are suggested by clinical history and time course alone.
  • This will allow students to enter the clinical years better prepared, and with a higher skill level.
  • In this role he took in clinical information from a wide range of sources and networks.
  • Some services have a fourth category, where they believe that no response is required after clinical questions are asked.
  • Hundreds of clinical trials are being planned or conducted at any given time.
  • It has yet to find clinical use outside of Russia.
  • In general, clinical death is neither necessary nor sufficient for a determination of legal death.
  • There is no good evidence, clinical or experimental, that this can be done.
  • The information gained in this area is then often used in the applied field of clinical psychology.
  • So, it is not realistic to use only one standard for every area of clinical information.
  • Clinical tests involving humans have been performed, however the results have not yet been released.
  • Most of these approaches are in, or will soon enter, clinical studies.
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Meaning of clinical

  • adjective Relating to a clinic or conducted in or as if in a clinic and depending on direct observation of patients
    clinical observation, clinical case study