Three Rs


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Malpractice Recognise, Respond, Resolve. A term coined by Copic Insurance in Colorado, which provides medical malpractice coverage to doctors and health professionals as part of promoting open disclosure about medical errors
Managed care—US Request, Render, Report. A trilogy of factors that must be met before a patient can be billed for a consultation from a physician other than the primary care provider: the ordering physician must Request the consultation, the consultant must Render a medical opinion, and issue a written Report
Research Reduce, Refine, Replace. A research philosophy first articulated in 1959 by British scientists W.M.S. Russell and R.L. Burch, who linked scientific excellence to the humane and efficient use of laboratory animals, a philosophy now known as 'alternatives'
Vox populi Reading, wRiting, ‘ aRithmetic This is the original phrase which inspired the many other 'three Rs.' It referred to the core components of an elementary school education in America
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It's already started to happen, and as the technology becomes less expensive and more common, the three Rs will become a normal part of our everyday lives, just like the smartphone did a decade ago.
Embrace the three Rs Your kids will probably learn about the three Rs in school: reduce, reuse, recycle.
That's why we have raised the bar on what counts as a good enough standard in the three Rs for our children by the end of primary school.
Nationally, the figures suggested the proportion of primaries failing to give their pupils a good grounding in the three Rs remained static this year, despite schools facing tougher government targets.
The Brightness Dims: Hello K-12, Hello Three Rs (Reading, 'Riting, 'Rithmetic)
The 24-year-old, who speaks fluent Spanish, French and Welsh, now has to help promote the three Rs across Wales - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
ST HELENS primary schools are in the top 10 nationwide for teaching the three Rs.
Ministers want to make sure that by 2020, 95 per cent of adults have the skills in the three Rs that they need for daily life - such as paying bills and reading train timetables.
The lack of skills in the basic three Rs is leading to a major problem for a fourth R--recruitment.
IF, as we're told, standards of the Three Rs have slumped to their lowest level in seven years, leaving thousands of primary schoolchildren unable to read, write or do maths, it rather makes a nonsense of denials from education experts and parents who insist GCSE exams haven't been dumbed down.
His Government keeps pouring money into education, yet many school-leavers don't even know the three Rs.
Since introducing Mystere in 1993, Cirque definitely upgraded the three Rs.

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