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CBT

CBT

Abbreviation for:
carotid body tumour
childhood brain tumour
Code Blue team
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive behavioural therapy (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive bias test
competency-based training
computer-based training (Medspeak-UK)
cord blood transfusion
cord blood transplant
core body temperature

CBT

Abbreviation for cognitive behavioral therapy.

CBT

cognitive behaviour therapy
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workshop, webinar and online computer-based trainings, topics and locations.
The video clips for the command post computer-based training were filmed in May 2003 at the DOC's State Correctional Institution at Fayette before the facility opened.
End user training: An experimental comparison of lecture versus computer-based training.
interest in computer-based training programs and other related learning technologies is just beginning to swell.
We still are figuring out how to measure the effectiveness of computer-based training," says Drizd.
Nearly half of the companies that have training programs use computer-based training (CBT) programs.
said there are a number of basic features that users of computer-based training systems should look for.
This article examines satellite broadcasting and computer-based training.
Liebherr-Werk Ehingen GmbH chose SafeNet's Hardware Keys because of our confidence in the product's technology," said Thomas Engel, E-learning Developer who oversees Liebherr-Werk Ehingen's computer-based training.
The survey found that most pulp and paper companies will use a combination of classroom and computer-based training in the future.
The General Products Group of the Rubber Manufacturers Association has launched a computer-based training program that will allow rubber companies to provide in-house training for machine operators.
The research also established that computer-based training (CBT) was more effective than instructor-based training (IBT) when pre-performance was not considered.

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