computer-assisted interviewing

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computer-assisted interviewing

, computer-assisted self-interviewing,

CAI.

The gathering of data from patients about such matters as allergies, behaviors, medical conditions and medications via direct input into an electronic health record by the patient.
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Throughout those 16 days, the Zontians successfully engaged 26 hotels and restaurants in 33 locations nationwide to create an orange-colored/ themed meal, with proceeds going to CAI.
By LIANG CAI. Albany, N.Y.: STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK PRESS, 2014.
Tianxin Cai. Translated by Tianxin Cai and Jiu Ding
"Johnny bought him a signed Madness photo and a book," said Sheena, who is followed by Johnny on Twitter so he can keep in touch with Cai.
(13,26-30) This has led researchers to believe that there is a connection between a history of recurrent ankle sprains, improper rehabilitation, and the development of CAI. (31-34) Although there are many studies that acknowledge the prevalence of lateral ankle sprains in the dance population, few such studies explore the prevalence and associated symptoms of CAI.
"The United States has set the worldwide standard for implementing regulations to minimise emissions, and increasingly lower measurement levels will require new and more sensitive technologies," said Frank Smith, senior vice president of sales and marketing for CAI. "CAI plans to be at the forefront of development of new products to meet these requirements, and continued use of tools such as Autodesk Inventor will play a major role in keeping our projects both on schedule and cost effective."
Gary Krisman with Grubb & Ellis-Levy Beffort represented CAI.
I was also studious and loved reading books and playing on computers," says Cai. "I didn't like wearing dresses, and I rarely wore make-up, but I didn't know much about transgender people until I went to university aged 19 and met a man who'd been born female.
To date, differences in perceptual (Wikstrom et al., 2009), mechanical (Hubbard, 2008), and sensorimotor (Wikstrom et al., 2010) outcomes have been identified between copers and individuals with CAI. However, the existing literature has focused solely on self-assessed disability (Hubbard, 2008; Wikstrom et al., 2009; Wik strom et al., 2011) while disregarding other perceptual outcomes such as fear of re-injury/movement.
"It is a landmark deal for CAI. We are indeed privileged to be given this opportunity to help transform KFIA into a commercially and service oriented premier international airport," said Mr.