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Anne H. (1876–1925). A leader in public health nursing. She served as a volunteer and staff nurse with the Henry Street Nursing Service in New York City and later was first director of the School of Public Health Nursing at Simmons College. One of her areas of concern in nursing education was the relation of the theoretical and practical components of education.

Strong

(strong),
Edward K., Jr., U.S. psychologist, *1884. See: Strong vocational interest test.

strong

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1. Potent.
2. Concentrated.
3. Biologically or chemically active; said, e.g., of acids, bases, electrolytes, and muscle tissue.
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Counter-intuitively, walking the recommended [greater than or equal to] 150 minutes per week for any purpose was significantly associated with participants who strongly agreed/agreed that most drivers exceeded the posted speed limits while driving, strongly disagreed/disagreed that walkers and bikers on the streets can be easily seen, and strongly agreed/agreed that there is so much traffic along nearby streets (Table 3).
The above table indicates that 6.7% of the community members in general were strongly disagreed with this statement that ODL could develop the communiity, 12% were disagreed, 21.3% did not show any response, and 32% members were agreed that ODL was important for community development.
In the question of undergraduate training in pharmacology has equipped me to prescribe safely, among pharmacologists 73.3% agreed and 6.7% strongly agreed.
Patients who strongly agreed with two or more statements also experienced physical and emotional consequences of surgical outcomes that extended well beyond the scope of the procedure to affecting five key areas of personal well-being.
Somewhat agree 22% Strongly disagree 19% Neither agree nor disagree 30% Strongly agree 7% It is important for the UK's reputation we continue to spend this money.
What is missing are right beliefs expressed strongly that are worth fighting for.
And 58 per cent "strongly agree"Cethat they would like to know more about Expo 2020.
From a format perspective, the P1Cs of Oldies/Classic Hits stations (89% agree, 61% strongly) and Rock stations (89% agree, 59% strongly) would be most upset when a station they like changes format.
Among GPs, 60% disagreed that the plans for revalidation would help to identify and deal with doctors who are not fit to practise (32% disagreed and a further 28% strongly disagreed) while only 16% agreed (15% agreed and a further 1% strongly agreed).
Table 4 discusses pharmaceutical care and benefit from this study: 50% participants strongly agreed with the fact that Pharm.D students have the skills to provide pharmaceutical care; 44% participants favoured institutional support for pharmaceutical care.
Unsurprisingly, younger respondents were less in favour of a ban with only 38% 'strongly agreeing' with the idea.
Washington, DC, December 07, 2012 --(PR.com)-- When asked for an opinion on whether the news media did an excellent job at informing viewers regarding the recent election, almost a quarter of Americans strongly disagree with that statement.