CVE


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CVE

Abbreviation for:
cardiovascular event
cerebrovascular event
continuous vocational education (Medspeak-UK)
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Madam Taylor explains that placing CVE in the hands of a special body will make NEC's works easier and minimize the level of challenges experienced during elections.
It aims to increase the understanding of violent extremism and CVE and to help identify the OIC role in contributing to CVE locally, regionally and internationally.
Mombasa is the only county with the director of CVE.
The proceedings included the introduction of the Commonwealth P/CVE Programme to Member Countries, the announcement of the CVE Cadre of Experts, and statements presentations on UK's approach to CVE as well as successes achieved by Pakistan, Nigeria, Kenya, and Trinidad and Tobago in addressing violent extremism.
Officials discussed strategies needed for effective implementation of CT and CVE policies and emphasised the importance of multilateral platforms such as the United Nations and the Global Counter Terrorism Forum, GCTF, in the execution of such efforts.
Throughout the different sessions, the trainers' approach consistently relied on different case studies and developed a platform for sharing good practices for supporting the creation of CVE media products.
In addition to the HART CVE test for one-year risk of a cardiac events, Prevencio is developing a multi-protein blood test, HART CAD, for diagnosing obstruction of the coronary arteries.
The government of Pakistan (GoP) is unable to effectively counter violent extremism (CVE) because of its competing national security priorities and economic and energy crises.
In Anna Isaacs's excellent interview, "Jihad in the Age of Twitter" (November/December 2015), Warren Richey rightly argues that countering violent extremism (CVE) should not be based only on law enforcement initiatives.
Counter Violent Extremism (CVE) has become a popular term, which is regarded as a soft approach to countering terrorism.
Over the past few years, these programs have increasingly focused on countering violent extremism (CVE).
Although there is much hope at the promise of the mental health professions bringing needed expertise to the problem of violent extremism, the prospect of integrating mental health into countering violent extremism (CVE) raises many questions.