natural network

natural network

(in psychiatric nursing) a patient's natural contacts in the community, including church and social groups, friends, family, and occupation that support the person's function outside the institutional environment.
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This would be a good time for you to start thinking about how many attorneys are in your natural network and would be willing to create a strategic partnership.
The source pointed out that Egypt solved the large decline in natural gas by linking new wells to the natural network as the companies have reduced the development processes of their fields in concession areas since 2013.
Owners, leverage the natural network of your young advisors to attract the next generation of clients.
We also need to take advantage of the natural network or pockets of trust that exist in clusters both for smoothening forward as well as backward linkages".
Once the proteins were cultured and dried, cultured hippocampus cells from embryonic rats were fused to the proteins and then given time to grow and connect to form a natural network.
Perhaps there is a secret here to be rediscovered about living as part of a vast natural network of life.
The 172 papers of this 2-volume proceedings were first presented at the 2010 International Conference on Web Information systems and Mining, held in October in Sanya, China and sponsored by IEEE, Springer Verlag, Asia Pacific Natural Network Assembly, and NSFC.
He added: "We are developing our services to exploit our natural network advantage, both now and in the future.
NWDA chief executive Steve Broomhead said: "Liverpool's Baltic Triangle area presents a unique opportunity to develop a natural network of creative businesses in one location, building on the strong creative activity already under way.
The natural network of lagoons besides the landfill has been all but filled up by the municipality -- apparently to meet housing needs -- but some of its wildlife has returned.
For example, natural MF is the flow of natural material in the natural system, natural network and natural chain.
At the base of every environmental issue, at the base of every local leader's quandary--whether it's tree canopy, water pollution, biodiversity, or invasive species--lies a fundamental competition and collision between two systems, between two "networks:" the natural network and the human network.