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CNT

Abbreviation for:
community nursing team (Medspeak-UK)
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On March 21, 2004, CNT gives two full pages to theologian Lisa Sowle Cahill, "On being a Catholic feminist" (10-11).
The CNT articles on ecology and ecology-spirituality seem to be also oriented toward feminists.
29, 2004 edition, for example, CNT staff and Sister Sheila Moss of the Sisters of St.
In the February 3, 2005, edition, on CNT's concluding page 20 we find a paean of praise to one of the favourite themes of CNT, the ecology-spirituality of Thomas Berry.
On May 23, CNT also printed the document on "Political Responsibility" from the CCCB's Social Affairs Commission--which issued it ahead of the June federal election.
CNT training consists of basic skills training, advanced/specialized skills training, team leader skills training, and regular team and individual skills maintenance training.
Experienced CNT members can use advanced or specialized training for further work in crisis intervention techniques, which could include training in handling manipulative subjects, refraining techniques to put a "different spin' on negative thoughts and perceptions of hostile subjects, and using guided discovery-questioning techniques to augment a negotiator's basic problem-solving skills.
Experienced negotiators and CNT leaders should practice strategy and risk assessment using actual case studies in assessment drills, as well as role-playing exercises.
The potential for miscommunication between the CNT, hostage-taker, and tactical team is high.
Frost & Sullivan's "Strategic Analysis Service" is the newest tool aimed at equipping the C-level and senior executives of CNT companies with cutting edge research, strategic planning, and structured advisory services.
Keywords in this release: Carbon nanotubes, CNT, single-walled CNT, SWCNT, multi-walled CNT, MWCNT, chemical vapor deposition, arc discharge, catalytic method