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enroll

verb To register or enter a subject in a clinical trial, at which time the study protocol is applied to the subject.

enroll

, enrol (en-rōl′)
To register or be registered as a participant in a clinical trial, course of study, or insurance plan.
enrollee (-rō-lē′) enroller (-rōl′ĕr) enrollment (-rōl′mĕnt)
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To help these individuals, Notice 2015-37 provides that when a state offers a CHIP buy-in program that counts as minimum essential coverage, taxpayers who could enroll in that program will be considered eligible for minimum essential coverage because of the program only during periods they are actually enrolled in the program, and thus the existence of the CHIP buy-in program will not make them ineligible for the premium tax credit in periods they are not enrolled in the program.
There were 12,970 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children enrolled in a preschool program in Australia in 2013.
Katrina Schmitt, who is enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
The average ranking of the importance of each information source by farmers who enrolled all or some of their farm units in ACRE was compared to the corresponding ranking by farmers who enrolled none of their farms.
Maybe it is time for Enrolled Nurses to be more active in their future and not feel they need permission to have a voice.
Youths who were not enrolled and were employed made up 10 percent of the population aged 16-19 during the 2007 school months.
Success Ratio = Number of courses (transfer-level, remedial, or occupational) completed with a passing grade / Number of courses enrolled
The inspections only will encompass SEC clients, so firms still will need to be enrolled in a practice monitoring program.
We believe it is now incumbent on the Ministry of Health to advise all DHBs that the movement of experienced enrolled nurses out of acute settings is not required and reiterate the recommendation of the Health and Disability Commissioner relating to appropriate supervision and support for enrolled nurses.
The event dropout rate in 1999 for youth ages 15 to 24 in grades 10 to 12 indicates that 5 out of every 100 young adults enrolled in high school in October 1998 dropped out before October 1999 without successfully completing a high school program (USDOE, 2000a).
Employers enrolled in this system can pay employment taxes simply by transferring funds electronically (by telephone or computer) from hank accounts directly to the U.
National Cancer Institute (NCI) audies of two Louisiana medical centers failed to find some required information on many patients enrolled in several key breast cancer studies.