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PACE

[pās]

PACE

Abbreviation for:
Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 
Promoting Action on Clinical Effectiveness 
Property Advisers to the Civil Estate

PACE

(pās)
Patient Advise and Consent Encounter.

pace

an equine gait similar to a trot except that the front and rear limbs on each side are moved in unison instead of the diagonal limbs. A comfortable even gait for the rider, producing an even speed for the duration of a race. Similar to the amble gait but at a fast speed. Many pacing horses are raced and trained in harness. Called also sidewheel.
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9 percent in South, despite the effects of the Gulf hurricanes, while in the Northeast and West construction continued at the same pace as the month before.
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It is a good recovery pace in between faster workout days, and so in this sense it is your "normal" training pace.
The association realized that an approach to translate the experiences of existing PACE programs into terms that would enable interested organizations to make financial projections was lacking.
PACE is an optional benefit under Medicare and Medicaid that focuses entirely on frail elders who would otherwise be placed in a nursing home.
However, your running economy will tend to decrease slightly during the race, meaning that your lactate threshold pace will decrease slightly as well.
The focus groups were conducted with family caregivers of PACE participants in two cities, Boston and Denver, and with family caregivers where PACE programs do not yet exist, Indianapolis and Amarillo, Texas.
Grane Healthcare hopes to be among the first Pennsylvania organizations operating PACE programs.
Introne says that because the emphasis of PACE is the coordination of preventive, primary, acute and long-term care across all settings, the system is no longer fragmented for PACE participants.