assessment scores

assessment scores

A generic UK term which, as refers to NHS patients, corresponds to measures of a patient's condition over time, e.g., mobility assessed at various time-points post hip replacement operation. Such scores may correspond to recognised standards (e.g., Bartel scoring for elderly long-stay patients), or are developed according to local needs.
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The report uses established approaches to characterize regional wetlands, provides the rationale used to determine assessment scores, describes assessment variables used, outlines the developed assessment equations, and provides a step-by-step protocol for applying results.
Any type of early involvement with police, along with other factors--such as criminal records of friends and family, exposure to drugs or alcohol, and neighborhood crime rates--can lead to higher assessment scores, resulting in longer sentencing.
The following parameters were estimated based on the mixed model: the difference of total score and criterion scores at different time intervals for the student self-assessment, the difference of total score and criterion scores at different time intervals by the instructor, difference between instructor and student self-assessment at different time intervals, and difference of scores evaluated by the student or instructor as compared to the expert assessment scores.
Children residing in ZIP codes in which 31% to 50% of households are living in poverty showed the greatest gains in their assessment scores, a leap of 6.
The BREEAM assessment scores projects on areas such as how construction will be managed, energy, transport, water, waste, land use and ecology.
The average assessment scores, technical skill scores, and communication skill scores of both the groups were calculated and standard deviation was obtained.
The most common elements found in the definition were academic knowledge, skills and assessment scores.
The assessment scores are based on several measures, including hospitals' rates of catheter-associated urinary tract infections, central line-associated bloodstream infections and serious complications after surgery.
Data were collected using outcome measures from math direct assessment scores.
Edwards, a school district superintendent, relates how he raised the graduation rates and assessment scores in North Carolina's Mooresville Graded School District through an initiative that provided each student with a laptop for use at school and home, combined with a culture of caring and a focus on data to improve student achievement.
Moreover, among the 29 patients seen at follow-up 1-2 months later, reductions in visual analog scale itch intensity, EASI score, and Investigator Global Assessment scores correlated with better infra-auricular fissure scores.

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