Assessing childrens

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  • Behavioral medicine has now matured as a field to the point where all recognize that different populations are presented with different issues. Psychological reactions and patterns affect the health and well-being of children, as well as adults, and numerous standardized instruments for the assessment of a variety of areas of children's functioning are currently available.

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  •  was written to provide a comprehensive foundation for conducting clinical assessment of child and adolescent social-emotional behavior in a practical, scientific, and culturally appropriate manner. It is divided into two major sections. 

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  • This report is intended as a review of the transport sector’s contribution to local and global air pollution, and presents strategic and tactical methods of combating the problem in an environment of sustainable development and economic growth. The report examines the origins of–and damages due to–air pollution from transport, assesses the underlying causes, surveys the principal strategic approaches that are being applied to the problem, and examines the various mechanisms of intervention available.

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  • This paper concerns the implementation and testing of similarity metrics for the alignment of phonetic segments in transcriptions of children's (mis)articulations with the adult model. This has an obvious application in the development of software to assist speech and language clinicians to assess clients and to plan therapy. This paper will give some of the background to this general problem, but will focus on the computational and linguistic aspect of the alignment problem.

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  •  Early childhood assessment for children from birth to age 8 (Grade 3) report offers information about the extent to which several assessment tools and curriculum materials align with Pennsylvania’s standards for learning (birth  to age 8). Given the many resources available on the market, both workgroups limited the list of assessment tools to those that are evidence-based and have demonstrated  technological adequacy for the preschool and elementary school age groups.   

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  • The goal of the Working Group is to recommend principles that both improve the nutritional quality of foods marketed to children and can be feasibly implemented by industry with sufficient time to accomplish reformulation. The Working Group recognizes that, if the proposed nutrition principles were fully implemented by industry as proposed, a large percentage of food products currently in the marketplace would not meet the principles.

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  • Educational programs that occur in group settings are used to reduce the risk factors and enhance the protective factors that are associated with the perpetration of child maltreatment. Often, these programs contain multiple components that include training on parenting topics (e.g., discipline), moderated discussions with the children, and facilitated parent-child interactions. This model provides parents with new skills and gives them an opportunity to apply the skills in a safe environment. There is some scientific research showing that programs of this type are effective.

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  • One of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that has made some progress, albeit slow, is MDG 5: Improve maternal health. The two targets for assessing MDG 5 are reducing the maternal mortality ratio (MMR) by three quarters between 1990 and 2015, and achieving universal access to reproductive health by 2015. The United Nations (UN) Secretary-General has launched the Global strategy for women’s and children’s health, to mobilize commitments by governments, civil society organizations and development partners to accelerate progress towards MDGs 4 and 5 (1).

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  • Tham khảo sách 'a qualitative assessment of orphans and vulnerable children in two zimbabwean districts', khoa học xã hội, lịch sử văn hoá phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • The outcomes are available for use by educational managers in curriculum planning, or as part of quality enhancement or quality assurance processes. These would provide the core learning outcomes of a primary medical degree programme, although each country, medical school and student would also be expected to achieve additional learning outcomes tailored to their local and individual needs. If applied appropriately and linked to effective assessment, this approach allows each school or country to have a distinct profile and to focus on particular areas of strength (e.g.

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  • In the 1990s, research priorities have evolved as efforts to develop a more integrated approach to case management both in the home and within the health system have intensified. The success of case- management strategies depends only in part upon the availability of services provided by trained health care workers. Equally important, if not more so, are the behaviours of the carer in the home and in the community.

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  • This publication is the fifith in a UNICEF series that monitors progress for children towards achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). It assesses current performance in relation to MDG no.7 which aims to halve by 2015 the number of people without sustainable access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation. As well as being vital in themselves, safe water and sanitation are also key prerequisites for achieving other MDGs such as reducing child and materal mortality, combating diseases, reducing child undernutrition and achieving universal primary education.

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  • At some point, one in five children and adolescents in the UK will suffer distress or disorganisation of their behaviour sufficient to be considered ‘disordered’ (Office for National Statistics, 2005). Much of this ‘disorder’ will be dealt with informally and resolve or persist at a low level, accumulating over time to present at a later stage. Some children and adolescents will be dealt with by various professionals in various capacities – teachers, school nurses, general practitioners (GPs), social workers – and never come to the attention of ‘specialists’.

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  • 1 Throughout this report, we use the term “WT/PT facilities” to mean wind tunnel facilities and propulsion test facilities, that is, the type of NASA facilities we assessed. Since individual facilities within this designation can be either wind tunnel facilities, propulsion test facilities, or both, “WT/PT facilities” serves as a generic term to encompass them all. That being said, when a specific facility is talked about, for clarity, we refer to it as a proper

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  • This research monograph compares mechanisms for the financing of HIV/AIDS programmes in these six sub-Saharan countries. It aims to assess their ability and readiness to respond to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The report presents a brief synopsis of the economic context of each country and determines whether health and HIV/AIDS expenditure is adequate.

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  • Mother-to-child transmission is by far the largest source of HIV infection in children below the age of 15. This report presents the results of research conducted at a pilot site in the Eastern Cape into the use of resources associated with the implementation of a PMTCT (prevention of mother-to-child transmission) programme.

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  • This book is based on more than a quarter of a century of research, clinical work, and independent assessment work concerning children who fail to thrive. It also draws upon a 20-year follow-up study of 31 subjects, and so contributes to an understanding of the problems of such children, as well as shedding light on parental perceptions and management of difficulties associated with failure to thrive.

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  • Seventh, the study is the only one which gives important policy implications, reporting them in turn in each empirical chapter. This is the first study on Thailand which discusses the effect of the Thai government’s encouragement of individual savings by adopting special fund styles which give favourable tax treatment. We reveal the policy implications of this action by assessing these specific funds in a separate group from general funds, before comparing and discussing the results from the two groups. ...

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  • In resolution WHA63.14, the World Health Assembly urges Member States to identify the most suitable policy approach given national circumstances, and to develop new policies or strengthen those existing that aim to reduce the impact on children of marketing of foods high in saturated fats, trans-fatty acids, free sugars, or salt. This section proposes steps that may facilitate the policy development process. Firstly, it is advisable for Member States to seek consensus across government on the need for policy development.

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  • IQ tests are now encountered in recruitment for the government, the armed forces, education, industry and commerce. Ebook "Test your IQ" contains 400 IQ test questions written and compiled by IQ-test experts, complete with a guide to assessing individual performance. By studying the different types of test, and recognizing the different types of question, readers can improve their test scores and increase their IQ rating.

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