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checklist

a list of the organisms contained within a GROUP which can be used for quick reference in the arrangement of collections, for example, a list of the organisms’ presence in various habitats.
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Since errors in flying are unacceptable, a checklist is a backstop to single-pilot operations and if we have a second-in-command, their job is to challenge the pilot flying with the checklist to ensure all critical items are completed.
* Determine if students will value the use of a checklist intervention such that they will adopt it within and outside the educational setting.
Acknowledge Limitations of MQ-1/9 Checklists NASA recommends all critical steps of a checklist be checked at least once later in the checklist.
Participants completed the M3 Checklist and returned it to the practice nurse, who attached the checklist to the top of the chart for review by the clinician before participants entered the examination room.
In his award winning article, Mark Bittle described the three stages of the checklist: sign-in, time out and sign out.
The checklist advises them to understand their insurance coverage before getting care.
In the study, only 11.8% of the nurses indicated that the SSCTR was used according to its purpose, while the majority of the participants (82.4%) reported that the process of applying the checklist correctly in the OR was only "partially" carried out.
Rashad al-Fkey, consultant, acute care surgery and chairman of the Perioperative Quality Committee, said the use of a surgical safety checklist helps prevent communication failures and reduces complications.
In contrast, there was no checklist for reporting these features on esophageal biopsies for Barrett mucosa.
Additionally, a labeling checklist specifies what info can and cannot be included.