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BRCS

Abbrev. for British Red Cross Society.
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These beneficiaries are targeted by BRCs according to nine types of vulnerabilities, including unaccompanied children, single mothers, victims of trafficking in persons, and persons at risk of statelessness.
In a story in the current issue of NACD Directorship, Gilmartin explained that the BRC will consider such questions as when "assumptions and the external environment have changed and a change in strategy is necessary, how does the board become more engaged without crossing that boundary into the CEO's responsibility for ultimately developing and executing a strategy?
1 (Structural Equation modeling Software; Bentler & Wu, 2002) was used for the analysis of the structure of the BRCS through a confirmatory factor analysis (CFA).
2] Paso 1 0,086 14,4 0,000 0,086 BRCS 0,293 0,000 Paso 2 0,129 11,29 0,000 0,043 BRCS 0,185 0,05 REP 0,234 0,01 Paso 3 0,130 7,54 0,691 0,001 BRCS 0,185 0,05 REP 0,239 0,01 BRCSxREP -0,031 0,691 Nota: BRCS: estrategias resilientes (resiliencia); REP: reparacion emocional
Clinicians at four BRCs were instructed to administer the FIMBA to veterans at preadmission and postdischarge interviews.
The BRCS keeps a register of skilled, experienced delegates who are available to work overseas on a fixed-term basis, and pays them a UK salary ranging from about Pounds 21,500 a year for a first-mission field role to around Pounds 34,000 for a senior medical position.
GAO's objective was to determine whether the average wait times for veterans seeking admission to BRCs reported by VA were accurate.
In our context, it is designed to get students to send in BRCs (business reply cards), visit, and enroll.
The matriarch, who was President of the BRCS, had first-hand experience of the tracing service as it was the Red Cross that traced her brother, Michael Claude Hamilton Bowes-Lyon, to a prisoner of war camp during the First World War, and found her nephew John Alexander Elphinstone in a similar situation during the Second World War.
The matriarch, who was President of the BRCS, had experience of the tracing service which found her brother, Michael Claude Hamilton Bowes-Lyon, to a prisoner-of-war camp in World War I, and her nephew John Alexander Elphinstone in a similar situation during World War II.
The Queen Mother, President of the BRCS, had experience of the service as it traced her brother, Michael Claude Hamilton Bowes-Lyon, to a prisoner of war camp during the First World War, and found her nephew John Alexander Elphinstone in the Second World War.