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  • n  a modern scholar who is in a position to acquire more than superficial knowledge about many different interests
    a statistician has to be something of a generalist

  • To gain accreditation from the college, a "generalist" would be required to take residency-internship training in family practice for three years, encouraged to work with outside .
  • The secret to his influence, says Myers, is to "specialize in being a generalist.
  • Unless you have a close friend or relative in medicine, you still need a good generalist someone who knows you and knows the ropes.
News & Articles

  • Wellness Program adds Sewing Group
    Clients in the Step By Step Wellness program have been discovering their creativity as they participate in the program’s new sewing group. Established by staff generalist Virginia Lockhart, the sewing group has been busy on a number of projects including; tote bags for Catholic Charities’ food pantry as well as decorative pillows for the group members. Continue reading ? The post Wellness ...
    June 16, 2013 - Oswego County Today
Quotes

  • Larry King in Jamaica Observer
    I've never gotten into deep political discussions with him,King said. "But I would say if he has a working knowledge of politics, he's as good a generalist as there is in broadcasting. If I ran a network, I'd hire him."
  • Peter Beattie in The Age
    The government will also provide an extra $18.3 million over four years to fund five more rural generalist positions in 07-08 with more positions funded in the following years,Mr Beattie said. "Rural generalists are an emerging type of...
  • Christos Papadimitriou in Science Daily (press release)
    It's the generalist winning over the specialist,said Christos Papadimitriou, professor of computer sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, and co-author of the paper.

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