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validation

 [val″ĭ-da´shun]
confirmation or corroboration; the declaration of validity.
consensual validation the confirmation of reality by comparison of one's own perceptions and concerns with those of others, including the recognition and modification of distortions.

val·i·da·tion

(val'i-dā'shŭn),
The act or process of making valid.

validation

[val′idā′shən]
the reciprocated communication of respect that conveys that the patient's opinions are acknowledged, respected, and heard regardless of whether or not the listener actually agrees with the content.

validation

(1) The process of establishing the suitability of a mechanism or system to performing a particular task. 
(2) The use of documented evidence to assure that specific systems or processes will consistently produce a product meeting predetermined specifications and quality attributes.

Validation requires planning measurement parameters and evaluation of fitness for purpose, followed by executing the plan and documenting the results.

val·i·da·tion

(val'i-dā'shŭn)
Act or process of making valid.

validation,

n an agreement of the listener with certain elements of the patient's communication.
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