A practitioner is someone who engages in an occupation, profession, religion, or way of life.

A medical practitioner or registered medical practitioner refers to occupations such as
* Physician
* General practitioner, a primary care physician
* Ophthalmic medical practitioner, an eye doctor
* Mid-level practitioner
* Nurse practitioner
* Operating Department Practitioners
* Emergency care practitioner
* Psychiatric and mental health Nurse Practitioner
* Foot health practitioner

In technology, practitioner can refer to
* Systems Security Certified Practitioner
* Holistic Information Security Practitioner

In finance, practitioner can refer to
* Payroll compliance practitioner
* Insolvency practitioner

In government, practitioner can refer to
* Justice and Public Safety Practitioner
* Justice practitioner

Other uses of practitioner include
* Solitary practitioner, in Wicca and Paganism
* Theatre practitioner
* Traffic Operations Practitioner Specialist, engineering certification
* Christian Science practitioner

A Natural Health Practitioner refers to titles such as:

Practitioner (multiple areas of expertise) Naturopathic PractitionerHomeopathic PractitionerNatural Health PractitionerMassage Practitioner, etc.

A natural health practitioner refers to titles such as;

Practitioner,Naturopathic Practitioner,Homeopathic Practitioner,Natural Health Practitioner,Massage Practitioner, etc.

ee also

*"The Practitioner", a medical journal

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  • Practitioner — Prac*ti tion*er, n. [From {Practician}.] 1. One who is engaged in the actual use or exercise of any art or profession, particularly that of law or medicine. Crabbe. [1913 Webster] 2. One who does anything customarily or habitually. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • practitioner — [prak tish′ə nər] n. [< earlier practician, one qualified by practice (< MFr practicien: see PRACTICE & IAN) + ER] 1. a person who practices a profession, art, etc. [a medical practitioner ] ☆ 2. a Christian Science healer …   English World dictionary

  • practitioner — (n.) 1540s, a hybrid formed from practitian (c.1500, from Fr. practicien, from L.L. practicus fit for action, see PRACTICE (Cf. practice)) on model of parishioner …   Etymology dictionary

  • practitioner — [n] expert doctor, master, pro, professional, specialist; concepts 348,350,416 …   New thesaurus

  • practitioner — ► NOUN ▪ a person engaged in an art, discipline, or profession, especially medicine …   English terms dictionary

  • practitioner — prac|ti|tion|er W3 [prækˈtıʃənə US ər] n 1.) someone who works as a doctor or a lawyer medical/legal practitioner ▪ a practitioner of alternative medicine →↑general practitioner 2.) someone who regularly does a particular activity ▪ one of golf s …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • practitioner — UK [prækˈtɪʃ(ə)nə(r)] / US [prækˈtɪʃ(ə)nər] noun [countable] Word forms practitioner : singular practitioner plural practitioners formal 1) someone who works in a particular profession, especially medicine or law He decided to travel against the… …   English dictionary

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