position statement

position statement

(stat'ment)
The official, published editorial taken by a professional organization regarding best practices, standard care, or inconclusive evidence-based research. Position statements are typically updated regularly. See: consensus statement
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It should be attached to the first two pages along with the nominee's position statement and black and white photo and submitted to Central Office by February 1, 2005.
According to a position statement by the North American Menopause Society in the March/April 2003 journal Menopause, progesterone cream or gel preparations available by prescription or over-the-counter may not protect the uterine lining from the effects of unopposed estrogen.
This leading article took issue with the key message from the Heart Foundation's position statement that a reduction in kilojoule intake, rather than a reduction in fat intake per se, is the major determinant of weight management (1).
A National Council of Teachers of Mathematics position statement recommends the integration of calculators into all levels of math programs.
Joint Position Statement of ANNA and NANT on Unlicensed Personnel in Dialysis (Adopted January 1997, Revised and reaffirmed November 2000),
1), this journal published "What Lies Ahead for Writing Centers: Position Statement on Professional Concerns," by Jeanne H.
In a position statement entitled, "Benefits of the FTLC Approach," the council says, "Harmony among Canadians is another benefit that will result from the level playing field for all Canadians producers that free trade will create.
After months of internal discussion, the American Geophysical Union (AGU), a prominent international scientific body of 35,000 Earth and planetary scientists, made a bold move into the public global warming debate last January by unveiling a strongly worded position statement on climate change and greenhouse gases.
NADONA recently adopted a position statement on minimum staffing which caused a good deal of controversy in the industry.
The American Correctional Association's process for developing a legislative position statement ensures that the concerns of the profession have been considered and that the issues have been thoroughly assessed.
In its June 1993 position statement, Meeting the Financial Reporting Needs of the Future: A Public Commitment From the Public Accounting Profession, the American Institute of CPAs board of directors said, "To provide further assurance to the investing public, we join the [Public Oversight Board] in calling for a statement by management, to be included in the annual report, on the effectiveness of the company's internal controls over financial reporting, accompanied by an auditor's report on management's assertions .
The Special Libraries Association (SLA) has recognized this in putting together its Position Statement on Graduate Education (provided in full in the Appendix).