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su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'chūr),
A structure above the surface.

superstructure

/su·per·struc·ture/ (soo´per-struk″chur) the overlying or visible portion of a structure.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.

su·per·struc·ture

(sū'pĕr-strŭk'shŭr)
A structure above the surface.
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Similar results were obtained in a study done in India; the level of knowledge was found to be better in majority of traffic police while the level of practice was average [19].
The general mean for the level of practices of the staff nurses on universal precaution is 3.
Figure 1 shows the mean scores for level of practice in the 10 essential services for all respondents.
The model provides educators with a clear guide for curricula at each level of practice.
The NHS Plan (DH 2000) set out further opportunities for nurses to expand their roles and undertake minor surgery (Dimond 2008) heralding the opportunity for nurses and other healthcare professionals to undertake a higher level of practice within the perioperative environment (McWhinnie 2005).
If NPs are to have a master's level of education to endorse their experience in clinical practice, then that should be set as "the gold standard" for a higher level of practice in nursing.
Al Hashimi said the section recorded a series of achievements in 2017 that contributed to raising the level of practices applied in the field of food trade control.
Commenting on this initiative, Dr Ali Seb Al Merri, Executive President of Mohammad Bin Rashid School of Government, said: "The rapid development of the world today on various aspects has led to an uneven level of practices between one entity and the other.