Generalist

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A generalist is a person with a wide array of knowledge on a variety of subjects, useful or not. It may also refer to:

Occupations[edit]

  • a physician who provides general health care, as opposed to a medical specialist; see also:
    • General practitioner, a medical doctor who treats acute and chronic illnesses and provides preventive care and health education to patients
    • Family medicine, comprehensive health care for people of all ages
  • Information Technology Generalist, a technology professional proficient in many facets of information technology without any specific specialty

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