strategic treatment

strategic treatment

prophylactic treatment, applied particularly in the prevention of parasitic and protozoal diseases, applied at strategic times in the life cycle of the causative agent, rather than on a strictly temporal basis.
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Autumn focuses on avoiding high cyst challenge by grazing animals away from known or suspected high-risk areas and the strategic treatment of animals with appropriate products in the winter.
Diamond Potts will talk about how therapists can make strategic treatment decisions to inspire couples to have more collaborative functioning and achieve sobriety through the Developmental Model of Couples Therapy.
Realizing the need to provide comprehensive treatment for the female inmates with major mental illnesses housed at the Nebraska Corectional Center for Women (NCCW), the Strategic Treatment and Reintegration (STAR) unit was opened on Dec.
SESSION 4: "Suggesting Mindfulness" Presented by Michael Yapko, PhD, a clinical psychologist and marriage and family therapist, and an author of 13 books, who is recognized for his work in clinical hypnosis, brief psychotherapy, and the strategic treatment of depression.
It presents a managerial rather than a descriptive treatment of marketing and integrates literature into a strategic treatment of the topic, drawing on organizational buying behavior, procurement, organizational behavior, supply chain and strategic management, and behavioral sciences areas, as well as specialized studies of business marketing strategy components.
Phillips & Cohen Associates can now partner with each client to develop and advise on appropriate strategic treatment for these types of accounts.
Is it possible that just as the finger-related motor cortex grows in pianists' brains, psychiatrists' prefrontal pathways undergo hypertrophy as we repeatedly assess and integrate mental observations, conceptualize a diagnosis, develop a strategic treatment plan, then counsel patient after patient on how to deal with stressors and develop more adaptive living skills and attitudes?
Let's get it done and try and finally resolve this extremely important strategic treatment question.
Neither book tells the story completely; but if one must choose, The Loss of the Bismarck provides a better naval story, while The D estruction of the Bismarck provides the better strategic treatment.
Well, it did until yesterday when Mr Harold Cottam, the chairman who holds your appointment in his hands, announced that Britannic needs drastic strategic treatment, possibly a merger of equals, perhaps an all-out bid.
Instead, the question is, What is the most strategic treatment plan I can have today?
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