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review

 [re-vu´]
an assessment or appraisal.
peer review an evaluation by one's peers; see also peer review.
review of symptoms a detailed assessment of each body system, performed to ascertain the presence of deviations from normal.

re·view

(rē-vyū'),
Interpretation, evaluation, or oversight of research of data, literature, and research analysis of a topic. Compare: analysis, metaanalysis.
[Fr. revue, fr. revoir, to see again]

review

A term which, as defined in the context of UK social services, refers to the formal re-evaluation of an individual’s assessed risks, needs and personalised care plan at an pre-arranged time.

review

Medtalk The evaluation of a process by a person or party other than the person or party performing the task of interest. See Concurrent review, Drug price review, Drug utilization review, Health statistics review, Integrity review, Literature review, Peer review, Technical assistance review, Utilization review NIHspeak The concurrent oversight of research on a periodic basis by an institutional review board. See Clinical review, Grant compliance review.
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The average time between an inmate's death and completion of a review rose from 234 days in 2003 to more than 370 days last year, according to the report by the Office of Independent Review.
Before the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, when an audit partner walked into the controller's office and said, "We found a material error during our review of the company's Form 10-Q or 10-K report," the controller was, of course, appalled an error had occurred.
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Achieving the best review process for all applications is a key part of the mission of the CSR.
At the centre of the failure was a lack of clarity about what a case review was all about, its core principles and how case review fit within MCFD's organizational objectives.
While Bazy obviously has an interest in the outcome of the production issue, the Board's rules are clear that interlocutory review is available only to a "person named as a party in [the] notice.
Under Rule 183 (formerly 182) as it was formulated in 1973, the Tax Court's review of the special trial judge's report was a transparent process.
While peer review was originally designed as an educational and remedial program, the landscape has changed to the point where the profession needs to meet marketplace and regulatory demands for disclosure and increased transparency.
A 1999 Education Policy Institute study claimed "no credible evidence that peer review results in a higher level of teacher competence in peer review districts.
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Persons detained by the state may file a habeas corpus petition and demand that a court review their detention.
The next volume of Professional School Counseling will include articles addressing the implementation of the ASCA National Model, best practices in school counseling, information that guides our profession, and reviews of professional materials.