activity demand


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activity demand

Any of the characteristics of tasks pertinent for analyzing how a given task must be taught and performed. These characteristics include specific actions, space requirements, objects, body functions, time requirements, and sequences.
See also: demand
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Another reason to drop out, which one CHA mentioned during the monthly collection of the results, was the increased activity demand.
These were used to validate the results of the activity demand tool; for example, those areas with higher needs (higher teenage pregnancy rates, safeguarding) require higher levels of school nursing input.
In summary what is proposed is that cultural and social factors should be carefully assessed before calibrating existing models of leisure activity demand for Asian urban recreational areas (Ap 2002, Chuang 1998).
Both types of activity demand attention; regrettably, both do not generate revenue.