social involvement

social involvement

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as social interactions with persons, groups, or organizations. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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This is a great example of our global sustainable and social involvement.
Bonnie Spring, the lead author of the study and a professor in preventive medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, found that online dieters with high social involvement and investment in a particular site lost more than 8 percent of their body weight in six months.
This social involvement aims at ensuring more interaction among specialists, government organisations and businesses, in addition to expanding social involvement of the governorates.
Mission: To raise followers of Jesus Christ who lead through devotion, sharing the love of Christ and social involvement.
Youth workshop to boost social involvement AN innovative youth workshop will today be hosted in Manama with the aim of 'building community and youth initiatives'.
The King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) and Saudi Aramco have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at reinforcing volunteer work and social involvement.
Abelene Boer, Senior Manager: Marketing at Agra said, "Agra's corporate social involvement has grown with our business and a significant budget is allocated to well-considered initiatives and projects with the aim to live our purpose of creating prosperity and improving quality of life.
Reflective practice, retraining of the eight senses, gaze, and social involvement appeared to be paramount.
Bishop Francisco Claver suggests that one word is the key to the council's meaning: participation; he then draws out a number of implications of that word, focusing on a church of basic communities, social involvement, and lay leadership.
Klinenberg uses the aspiration to going solo as an analyzer of major social trends and political questions: the weakening of the capacity to social commitment that would reveal strategies of self-defense; the link between living alone and "hyperconnection"; and the relation between the "needs" of personal development and social involvement avoidances in the city.
Nearly two-thirds of respondents in an international survey sponsored by Walden University agreed that when economic conditions are difficult, there is a greater need for social involvement than when the economy is healthy.
It enables us to further strengthen our social involvement in the Southern Governorate that we are part of, and also extend our backing to various activities taking place within the community.
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