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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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KEYWORDS: Checklist, Operating room nurse, Patient safety, Surgery.
Usefulness of a synoptic data tool for reporting head and neck neoplasms based on the College of American Pathologists cancer checklists. Am J Clin Pathol.
The CAFR Program's long checklists contain myriad requirements--and references to others--and recommendations that pave the road to excellence, illustrating that much is involved in meeting the highest standards of transparency and accountability, of which financial reporting is one important component.
Use of surgical safety checklists in Australian operating theatres: An observational study.
MiraCheck can function standalone, but working online, it's easier to create and maintain your checklists. The web interface also stores all your activity so you can review any flight.
The CAP's program is based on rigorous accreditation standards that are translated into detailed checklist requirements.
The sensible thing to do is use checklists, if possible, building your own to match your specific limitations, and then backstop them with other available tools.
Purposeful and consistent formatting of checklists makes them easier to use and integrate into the unique organizational culture of the small business.
The medical profession has embraced checklist use on an increasingly broader scale since the early 2000s.
A sample of 202 teachers was given Screening Checklist to screen out the students with below 30% achievement in Urdu and average IQ.
Be Professional, Proficient The more familiar you are with your duties and checklists, the more you will recognize when a checklist step is skipped, done out of order, or done incorrectly.