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supervision

 [soo″per-vizh´un]
the process of being in charge of or directing something.
health care supervision in the omaha system, a client problem in the health related behaviors domain, defined as the management of the treatment plan by a health care professional.
staff supervision in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as facilitating the delivery of high-quality patient care by others.

staff supervision

a nursing intervention from the Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC) defined as facilitating the delivery of high-quality patient care by others. See also Nursing Interventions Classification.
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Probation Department Chief Paul Higa said the rise in violence will require a higher level of staff supervision, increased training of staffers, enhanced mental health services, additional surveillance equipment and improved collaboration with community-based organizations to reduce racial tensions.
TORONTO -- Ontario Child Advocate Judith Finlay will report to a coroner's inquiry that "peer violence generated by idleness, limited meaningful programming, inadequate staff supervision, vigilance and intervention, and inattention to basic-care needs is the most profound issue confronting Toronto Youth Assessment Centre at this time.
These new cabinets are ideal for patient rooms, exam rooms, physician and dentist offices, as well as any other areas where staff supervision is limited.
A subsequent lawsuit argued that house staff fatigue was a contributing factor to Zion's death, although further analysis has satisfactorily established that the real problem was inadequate staff supervision.
High attack rates at daycare centers were associated with children's accessibility to soiled diapers, water activities involving a kiddie pool, staff who had not received formal handwashing education, and lack of staff supervision of children washing their hands--all potentially associated with fecal contamination.
There was one unit for each of the librarians with many of the units having new groupings of subjects to administer, new lead-hand roles in portfolios, reference duty, and in some cases staff supervision duties.
Exercises direct staff supervision over elements assigned or attached to the school and coordinates staff activities among USAMPS, MANSCEN, the installation, and other higher-headquarters, agencies, or services.
Due to the increase in demand for private-label fulfillment services, Waterfield is filling positions in telesales, mortgage processing, closing, underwriting, clerical support, training, management and staff supervision.
The author has 25 years' experience working in trauma intensive care, psychiatric staff supervision and cancer treatment and as an independent lecturer.
That adequate medical staff supervision be arranged at Skelton House, where Abram was seen.
Since clinics currently administer only single doses, in either pill or liquid form, and under staff supervision, heroin addicts must visit their clinic daily.