Reaching decisions

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  • Harrison's Internal Medicine Chapter 3. Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine Decision-Making in Clinical Medicine: Introduction To the medical student who requires 2 h to collect a patient's history and perform a physical examination, and several additional hours to organize them into a coherent presentation, the experienced clinician's ability to reach a diagnosis and decide on a management plan in a fraction of the time seems extraordinary.

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  • However, this does not mean leaders should make all decisions alone. Instead, respondents suggested that representatives from the team should be selected to assist in the decision-making process. Respondents also suggested that, for some key decisions which can affect the whole project, everyone should participate and be responsible for making decisions. Besides all the analysis above, the researcher also found an interesting phenomenon. As all questionnaires were sent both to people in the United States and China, the responses were almost the same.

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  • Fixed caps on publicly funded immigration work were introduced in April 2004 which means that legal representatives are now only able to carry out five hours of work on a file before applying for an extension. There has been speculation that some of the more competent legal advisers are leaving the sector because they do not believe they can operate effectively within these new restrictions. It has also been noted that a significant proportion of asylum seekers reaching the end of the asylum process lose their case because they have not received proper advice but are unable to secure...

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  • The issue of liability is most relevant where custody is delegated. According to Article 22(2), the depositary's liability "shall not be affected by the fact that it has entrusted to a third party all or some of the assets in its safe-keeping". The UCITS Directive contains no further provisions governing liability for the loss of a financial instrument where custody has been delegated to a third party. This issue is left to the general principle expressed in Article 22(2), which gives a wide margin of interpretation to Member States.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'ownership of mutual funds, shareholder sentiment, and use of the internet, 2012', tài chính - ngân hàng, quỹ đầu tư phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • In the example of the voting primaries above there are 236 or about 70 billion subsets. Of course, we cannot deal with this many subsets in a practical problem, but fortunately we are usually interested in only a few of the subsets. The most interesting subsets are those which can be defined by means of a simple rule such as “the set of all logical possibilities in which C loses at least two primaries”. It would be diffi- cult to give a simple description for the subset containing the elements {P1, P4, P14, P30, P34}.

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  • Thirty two fourth level students in the Department of Foreign Languages at King Faisal University have participated in the study. They are 22-24 years old. All the subjects of the study were Saudi female college students enrolled in an advanced course, Language Testing, and most of them have successfully passed all the courses of the English program and are left with only one course, Teaching Practice.

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  • The urgent need for computer-assisted detection of tumors and lesions in medical images becomes clear when one considers the state of affairs in X-ray film mammography for breast cancer screening. In the United States it is estimated that there are currently more than 50 million women over the age of 40 at risk of contracting breast cancer.

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  • The GCC region is a small but important part of the global economy. Its 2007 real GDP was around US$810 billion, accounting for just 2.1% of the global total 12 . Despite the relatively small size of their economies and populations13 , the rate of GDP growth in GCC countries reached 6.4% in 2007, which is similar to the Asia Pacific average (5% to 6%). Its growth rate exceeded the averages for Latin America, Europe, the OECD and the Middle East. In terms of GDP per capita, Qatar, the UAE, and Kuwait rank among the highest...

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  • .Advance Praise for PrimeTime Women: “Marti Barletta—the First Lady of marketing to women—is back, and she’s done it again. Marti calls marketing to ‘PrimeTime Women’ a ‘radical opportunity’—and proves it. I not only agree, but also I would call anyone who does not make this extraordinary book the centerpiece of their marketing/strategic plans very, very foolish.

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  • Namely, it was shown that if the two goods are complements retailers are able to discriminate between the more informed consumers (the shoppers) and the less informed ones (the captives) by enticing the former with one of the goods on a deep discount while taxing the latter by keeping the overall price tag high. This practice requires that the retailers are able to charge di erent combinations of prices that have a xed sum and yet induce consumers to buy both goods.

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  • With an annual human population growth rate of 2.4%, the present 77.4 million Ethiopia’s human population will increase to about 149.3 million by the year 2040 (FAO 2005). The rural to urban ratio will also continue to change and is expected to increase in favour of urban population in the coming 25 years. The current rural and urban distribution of 84.7% and 15.3% will gradually reach 80.1% and 19.9% by the year 2020 (CSA 2008). Vulnerable age groups (up to 14 years) will account for 34% of the population.

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  • The 2000 census also documents the languages spoken at home by members of the population who were 5 years old and older. Whereas 82.1% (more than 215 million people) report speaking only English at home, 17.9% (nearly 47 million people) report speaking a language other than English at home. Of these, more than 21 million people (8.1% of the total U.S. population over the age of 5) report that they “speak English less than ‘very well’” (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2003).

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  • Graphical techniques reveal that there is a strong correlation between turnover rates and the firm’s decision not to offer health insurance, and this pattern holds both in the aggregate (Figure 4) and when firm size is controlled for (Figure 5). In each figure, the average turnover rate is measured on the horizontal axis and the proportion of firms not offering health insurance is measured on the vertical axis.

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  • “The class focuses on the likely roles that business professionals will have in regard to information systems: end-user, manager, and innovator,” said CIS Department Chairman Dr. Richard Mathieu. “In order to accomplish these goals, the hands-on component of the class focuses on collaboration and workl ow.” After gaining admittance to the College of Business, a CIS stu- dent’s junior campaign begins with a 12-credit integrated course in which students create a business plan.

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  • For example, you may have eight phases in your budget. When you have completed phase 2, should your variable expenses and labor equal 25 percent of the total? Not necessarily. The best way to break down the total project budget is on the basis of percentage-of-completion work. As long as labor represents the lion’s share of your expense, the completion phase may be defined by total hours in each phase. The labor-tied method also dictates percentage-of-completion for other expenses, even when expenses do not always follow the same pattern as labor.

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  • Thus, for a node x of depth d, it takes d tuples that fall within an ERD to be produced before the ERD reaches node x. Note that these d tuple productions do not have to be consecutive as long as the matching ERD that diffuses to node x does not get removed from the ERD cache of its ancestor nodes on its way. Further, note that despite the fact that it takes d tuples before node x receives the ERD, these tuples get forwarded fewer and fewer times while the ERD gets closer and closer to x. In...

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  • Theoretical development in the area of health change in an older population began with the realization that the rapid mortality decline among the old beginning in the late 1960s could be linked to important population health consequences (15, 75). Fries (36) generated some of the interest in trends in health with his promotion of the idea that there was an ongoing “compression of morbidity.

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  • Congestion charging schemes such as those introduced in Singapore and London, which have lead to a decrease of 40% and 30%, respectively, in traffic in the central business districts of both cities [27], have the potential to transform urban cities into more sustainable and liveable environments. In urban cities where people prefer using private modes of transport (cars) for commuting, as is the case in Auckland, work is needed to change people’s perception of public transport and thereby lead to changes in behaviour.

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  • Howarth et al. [10] developed an approach for estimating the net nitrogen inputs to a region N that is highly correlated with average nitrogen transport in the rivers draining temperate regions (Fig. 2). Net N input to a region was defined as sum of N in fertilizer used, biological N fixation of agricultural crops, oxidized N in atmospheric deposition in the region, and the N in food and feed imported to the region minus the N in food and feed exported from the region. This approach assumes that there is no net gain or loss of N from soil organic matter.

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