Defining and understanding the nature of mentors, advisers, role models and peer
relationships as they develop at work is the first step in determining how these roles impact individuals with disabilities
By listening, peer
supporters also can assess whether the officer's problem is of a nature or severity that requires professional - and immediate - help.
If there are two peer
opinion leaders in this work group -- one for longer-service employees, for example, and another who influences females in a fairly large ethnic population -- we have the makings of an effective CCP application.
Occurrence or incident reports should be sent directly to peer
review committees whenever patient care is involved.
While implementation of peer
review involves resolving many subtle issues, management's initial fears about providing peer
panelists with a majority vote have abated.
NASBA strongly supports peer
review that provides assurance to the public that a firm providing auditing and accounting services is complying with professional standards.
The right kind of peer
pressure can be a good thing--a fact proven by the profession's peer
COMMENTING CENTRAL Miller explains that the editors at Nature wondered whether this boom in openness might benefit peer
The research-to-practice ball game: Classwide peer
tutoring and teacher interest, implementation, and modifications.
review is a lengthy and costly process, it enables us to better inform stakeholders of our activities and their results.
Easing access to peer
review findings demonstrates to the public that the profession has a process to evaluate whether a firm has performed work in accordance with professional standards, thereby increasing the public's level of trust in the profession and boosting the CPA's image.
Streaming customers with servers in San Jose can now add a server in Peer
1's New York facility, and with GLOBAL, ensure that the customer's end-users' traffic from the East coast would be routed to servers in New York instead of having to go all the way to San Jose.