EBD


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EBD

Abbreviation for:
effective biological dose
emotional or behavioural disorder 
epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica
evidence-based dentistry

EBD

Emotional or behavioral disorder
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According to the authors, "most students with EBD had a difficult time achieving independent living status in the first 5 years after high school" (p.
This project involved three phases to establish the EBD features, which included the literature review, focus interviews, and a financial analysis.
Thus, in states where certification specific to disability category is not required, service to students with EBD may be delivered by teachers who have little to no specific preparation in areas critical to serving this unique population (Katsiyannis, Landrum, Bullock, & Vinton, 1997).
Logistic regression analyses were used to compare the health care and well being of children with EBD problems with the health care and well being of other CSHCN without EBD problems.
He said: 'The league provides playing opportunities for children within EBD schools on a similar level to mainstream competitions.
EBD is a patient-centered approach to treatment decisions, which provides personalized dental care based on the most current scientific knowledge.
We expect a good turnout this year, including a strong showing by international delegations at the annual ChinaBio Partnering Forum," said Carola Schropp, President of EBD Group.
The penultimate article of this special issue reports on a study that examined characteristics of girls with EBD and a history of arrest.
The new Irwin Army Community Hospital taking shape at Fort Riley, Kansas, is an example of how EBD has greatly influenced the development of a military medical facility's healing environment.
The realistic challenge of working with others and communicating on the job was an ideal situation for EBD students who often struggle to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 1997, section 300.
The process and outcomes of 30 teachers in a Special Education Master degree program using a template design system to modify lessons for LD and EBD students in a general curricular subject of science or language art was examined for efficiency, effectiveness, and appeal.
Indeed, not only was Dick a major contributor to understanding the behavior and learning issues of EBD students through his own research, his influence has been equally and lastingly felt through mentoring of his students and colleagues, and their research.