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DOPS

Abbreviation for:
direct observation of procedural skills, see there
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Trainers thought DOPS a valid tool of assessment, while trainees perceived it somewhat stressful however they appreciate the feedback5.
Surgical community has these concerns regarding the appropriate use of DOPS that is still not yet established and accepted7, at our local setup.
Postgraduate year trainees who were assigned to the medical center due to higher GPAs had higher scores in CbD, mini-CEX, and DOPS and also had higher PGY assessment scores.
E importante ressaltar, nesse sentido, que o DIP foi extinto em 1945, o DOPS foi criado em 1927 com caracteristicas de policia politica e social, passando a Delegacia de Ordem Publica em 1931.
O DOPS faz parte da cultura brasileira, mais especifica da paulistana, na decada de 60 e 70, quando a ditadura disponha dos corpos fisica e psicologicamente.
The decline in performance was largely attributable to increased losses at DOPS, which had a $4.
In his testimony filed at the DOPS documentation, Eremildo Viana declares that "the committee was created to demoralize him, to accuse him of being a whistleblower of school students and professors, and of lacking administrative honesty".
After we had conducted our investigations and charges were laid then Chief Pashe went ahead and made arrangements to get DOPS," Grainger said.
DOPS, which is the owned physician network for Danbury Hospital, currently supports 20 medical and surgical specialties and serves residents of Western Connecticut and Southeastern New York.
For the remainder of this review I will be taking one of the above assessment methods DOPS and highlighting its effectiveness as an assessment tool in detail with particular reference to its role in surgery.
A DOPS statement said: "Hendrikx throws multiple blows to the head and back of the head of two opposition players, who are both unwilling combatants and not in the position to defend or protect themselves.
Synthetic phospholipids (16 [micro]mol of DOPS, 32 [micro]mol of DOPC, and 32 [micro]mol of DOPE) were mixed with 80 [micro]mol of cholesterol in chloroform.