sensibilization

sensibilization

(sen?si-bil-i-za'shun)
1. Sensitization.
2. The induction of susceptibility to or irritation by a foreign substance by injecting it or applying it to the body. Synonym: sensitization
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Training and capacitation in sensibilization for personnel of public institutions, updating of technical specialties on the topic of employability of people with disabilities.
After answering the questions, the inference engine has enough information to conclude the interview with exposure rate: hazard of respiratory diseases, eye irritation, skin disorders or sensibilization.
She strives to implement EAP through sensibilization and innovative projects and education of the HR managers, adjusting to cultural barriers and business constraints.
Reisner says Lebanon needs "a sensibilization of the people" so that they "don't underestimate the dangers" of these unremarkable but deadly objects.
As Heinz Mack and Otto Piene wrote in 1957: "The main tendency was the purification of color as opposed to the informel and neo-expressionism; the peaceful conquest of the soul by means of calm, serene sensibilization.
Ethics is not about the way we ought to behave, but our sensibilization or the sensitizing of ourselves to the other.