mediation intervention

mediation intervention,

n the act of a third person who interferes between two contending parties to reconcile them or to persuade them to adjust or settle their differences.
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The latest gun confrontations between members of the Atuhaif and Balharith claimed nine lives and lead to several injuries after rounds of mediation intervention failed, Al-Qadi said.
When it comes to mediation in health care, special attention must be paid to the disclosure of errors and adverse events (3) The value of an early interest-based mediation intervention cannot be overemphasized.
Intervention consisted of 1) adding literacy props to centers based on the needs identified by the ELLCO and 2) a teacher mediation intervention.
628 young people and their families were supported through St Basils' Family Mediation Service and 87 per cent of these Family Mediation interventions achieved a positive outcome.
Will identical mediation interventions be viewed differently when the opponent indicates that he or she trusts the subject relative to when the opponent communicates distrust?
In general, findings for students with autism tracked over a 3-year period with participation in multiple peer mediation interventions indicated improved social interaction skills with nondisabled elementary school students.
I'm getting more requests for mediation interventions at the inter-physician level where there's a disruptive physician or outlier physicians.