outcome goal

outcome goal

a goal that specifies the outcome of a performance, usually involving a comparison with others such as winning a race. See also performance goal, process goal.
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Periodontal Soft Tissue Root Coverage Procedures: Managing gingival recession based on current evidence with a primary outcome goal of complete root coverage
Say, for example, an entrepreneur has an outcome goal of signing 15 new clients by the end of the year.
Complete patient care should be an outcome goal for everyone at all levels of the system--this includes those who design the ward environment, workload and staffing model, as well as frontline staff.
Symptom control is the primary outcome goal of GERD treatments.
One organizational goal and one clinical outcome goal must be selected to complete the registration process.
Conversely, according to the model, individuals who adopt an outcome goal orientation (i.
Individuals with alcohol and drug problems who avoid treatment because they are ambivalent about abstinence should know that - depending on the severity of their condition, the finality of their outcome goal, and their drug of choice - their interest in moderating their consumption will be acceptable to many addiction professionals working in outpatient and independent practice settings," wrote study co-authors Alan K.
Such flexibility can include partnerships with the private sector, supervised job search, training, and work-readiness activities as state conditions warrant, with actual job placements always remaining the central outcome goal.
Hooked at four other therapies as well, all of which qualify as negative psychologies in Vitz's vocabulary, and showed that each of them is a philosophy of life with a positive outcome goal.
For patients with hypertension only, the outcome goal was a blood pressure below 140/90 mm Hg; for patients with concomitant heart failure, coronary artery disease, or type 2 diabetes the goal was below 130/80 mm Hg.
We hypothesized that: (a) exercisers in the process goal group will have higher levels of intrinsic motivation and adherence than exercisers in the outcome goal and control groups, (b) exercisers in the process goal group will have lower levels of pressure/tension than exercisers in the outcome goal group, and (c) exercisers in the outcome goal group will have high levels of intrinsic motivation and pressure/tension than exercisers in the control group.
In return, you would fail to reach your outcome goal of winning the game.

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