contact rate

contact rate

Epidemiology The rate at which susceptibles meet infecteds, measured as individuals per unit time
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Exeter MP Ben Bradshaw was appalled to learn, in a recent council by-election campaign, that until 2012 the contact rate in one Glasgow constituency was zero.
Impacts are computed from a string of equations initiated by an estimate of the contact rate c, which is formulated as the contact rate per unit of effort [beta], multiplied by the amount of fishing effort f,
Businesses can boost their contact rate with both prospects and current customers.
In an example embodiment, when a communication is received by a networked contact centre, a contact rate value may be examined in order to determine whether to allow the communication to reach contact centre resources.
Lender Contact Rate Period Max Fee Redemption ING Direct 0800 032 8800 3.
Phil gave me an excellent sales tip that doubled my telephone contact rate.
That is the same contact rate seen among 30- to 49-year-olds, but is well below that of Americans 50 and older.
Forster theorized that these people had such a high contact rate because of substance abuse incidents and various types of trauma, possibly related to previous suicide attempts.
Provider Contact Rate Term Max LTV Compulsories/Incentives Fees Early Redemption Charge
STAFF, PATIENTS SERVED: We are attempting an average of 21,880 calls monthly with an average contact rate of 95.
The lower contact rate for the cohort with ND resulted from a tactical decision we made during the initial data-collection phase.
The Hydrosnubber HS4 and HS4W, for Branson IW Series welders ($625 and $675 respectively), control the contact rate during welding without restricting down speed, thus preventing cracked parts and incompletely staked heads.