Selective Intervention

Measures of suicide prevention aimed at a particular subgroup of a population that is viewed as being at a higher than normal risk of suicide
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Initially, the state played a key role in stimulating this economic growth through in-depth selective intervention and acting as a partner for the private sector while developing new areas of production.
Former Governor State Bank of Pakistan highlighted 25 institutions where selective intervention and incrementalism can put Pakistan on the right track.
'The State Bank of Pakistan made selective intervention (pumping dollars into the market) to see the rupee closing at its desired level,' the seasoned banker added.
Specifically designed selective intervention programs for those who experience multiple childhood adversities 6 such as cognitive behavioral therapy or mindfulness training 6 can be particularly beneficial.
The Government's commitment to selective intervention, with a focus on science, research and innovation; affordable energy and infrastructure; skills, exports and inward investment, is outlined in the paper.
Among her topics are measuring students' well-being, the theoretical framework underpinning the design and development of positive psychology interventions, the well-being promotion program: a selective intervention for adolescents, family-focused strategies for promoting youth happiness, and integrating positive psychology in a multi-tiered system of support.
The Incredible Years is a selective intervention designed to reduce child conduct problems by improving parenting skills and increasing parent involvement in school (Webster-Stratton and Reid, 2010).
The role of social media in claims goes far beyond just monitoring, analysis and selective intervention, however.
Jinglie stressed that the US and the western powers seek to turn the Mediterranean into a "NATO's internal lake"; and for this purpose they tried weakening Syria and Iran to establish a "Great Middle East" through their selective intervention policy which serves the western interests and ambitions only.
In general, Offord and colleagues (1998) suggested a tiered strategy involving implementation of effective universal interventions, subsequent selective interventions for those who do not benefit sufficiently from the universal intervention, and indicated or clinical interventions for those who do not benefit from the selective intervention and are at high risk of problems.
The authors of the article concluded that pre-transplant assessment of donor-specific and nonspecific immune parameters with ImmuKnow "may identify recipients who can benefit from closer clinical and immunological surveillance to allow for tailored immunosuppression and selective intervention aimed at optimizing both short and long-term graft outcome."
A WCC study document, "The protection of endangered populations in situations of armed violence: toward an ecumenical ethical approach," refers in particular to the problem of selective intervention: "Recent international military engagements undertaken in some situations in the name of 'humanitarian intervention' and the failure to intervene in others have raised serious moral and ethical questions.
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