qualified practitioner definition

qualified practitioner means a person qualified to provide medical treatment, physiotherapy or a form of treatment which is similar to, or related to, either of those forms of treatment.
qualified practitioner means a licensed practitioner who is authorized within his or her scope of practice to perform a history and physical examination and who is authorized by the ASTC to conduct a history and physical examination. This may include nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
qualified practitioner means a certified public accountant who is licensed to practice in Florida and who has completed the certification program. The phrase “completed the certification program” means the participant has met all the requirements for the certified audit training course, achieved the required score approved by the Department, and has been certified by the Department.

More Definitions of qualified practitioner

qualified practitioner means a person authorized under an enactment to practise in British Columbia as a chiropractor, a dentist, a naturopathic physician, a nurse practitioner or a podiatrist;
qualified practitioner means a certified public accountant who is licensed to practice in Florida and who has completed the certification program.
qualified practitioner means a practitioner, professionally licensed by the appropriate state agency to diagnose or treat a bodily injury or sickness, and who provides services within the scope of that license. Qualified treatment facility means only a facility, institution or clinic duly licensed by the appropriate state agency, and is primarily established and operating within the scope of its license.
qualified practitioner means a person authorized under an enactment to practice in North America as a chiropractor, as dentist, a naturopathic physician, a podiatrist or occupational therapist;
qualified practitioner means a certified public
qualified practitioner means a psychiatrist licensed under chapter 458 or chapter 459, a psychologist licensed under chapter 490, or a social worker, a mental health counselor, or a marriage and family therapist licensed under chapter 491 who, as determined by rule of the respective boards, has the coursework, training, qualifications, and experience to evaluate and treat sex offenders.
qualified practitioner means a health professional