core program

core program

A combination of stable resources, staffing, and components necessary to carry out comprehensive injury prevention activities with multiple intervention programs.
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The CORE program is intended to make the application process easier, help prepare young investigators for more complex funding applications (such as those for the National Institutes of Health [NIH]), and to encourage young investigators and physicians in or out of academic centers to participate in research that will help improve our specialty.
The core program is a six-week intensive professional development program--the Law Enforcement and Leadership Development (LELD)--designed for mid-level law enforcement practitioners , and is tailored to region-specific needs and emerging global threats.
250 cores to its Stock Core program, bringing them to a grand total of 103 sizes of cores in stock at all times.
Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in Mississippi consists of the CORE program and specific occupational programs.
The EGSA On-Site Power School Core Program (held Tuesday through Thursday) is useful to anyone who needs a complete technical overview of On-Site Power Systems.
New Jersey Transit, as part of its Access to the Region's Core program, has awarded a contract for preliminary design of the $7.
The idea is to build and follow a quality program for life--and Total Core Fitness is designed to be this core program.
The next tier or supplemental intervention addresses essential content for students who are not making adequate progress in their core program.
This article describes how, at the University of Idaho, librarians, Core Discovery instructors, and information technologists worked together to incorporate information literacy skills into the Freshman Core program using a mix of online and face-to-face instructional methods.
The core program is stored on EPROM, with user constants and data being held in battery backed random accessed memory.
Over the past 16 years, the WETP supported its core program, the Hazardous Waste Worker Training Program, by providing over a million workers in all regions of the country with health and safety training.
Each of the six projects meets one of the six Core Program strategic objectives defined in the Settlement Agreement that was approved By the FERC on April 29, 1998.