centredness

centredness

(ˈsɛntədnəs) or

centeredness

n
the state or condition of being centred
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Macro- and Micro-Level Points of View Healthcare Delivery Organizations GP P4 reduces costs P4 implies time and specific training Importance of nonmaleficience Beneficence as the first principle for legal issues EBM as the gold standard for EBM as one epistemological tool decisions within others Citizen centredness Relationship centredness Abbreviations: GP, general practitioner; P4, quaternary prevention; EBM, evidence-based medicine.
Child centredness enjoys its heyday in terms of teachers following children's natural development.
44) Sense of Centredness - Whether its the cross at Meriden or the Midland Oak in Leamington Spa, the Midlands is where the heart of England lies.
Self- centredness as a modern virtue imposes its own conditions.
There is no history centered on the evolution of black spirituality, one that puts into perspective the African or Black Canadian centredness that each writer sees at the heart of the black Canadian story: That is, what was happening in different parts of the country at the same time, Black people and events, and these influenced on the evolution of black creativity in Canada.
The American centredness of the volume is also apparent in this chapter, as Harris considers the possibilities of a liberated multicultural society within the context of an America presumed by its own dominant intellectual tradition to be historically plural.
Drawing on literature on educational research, three dimensions of teacher's work are selected to build up a teacher belief repertoire: Pupil Centredness, Motivation, and Teacher Efficacy.
The Australian public sector can be reviewed to determine the extent to which these characteristics of customer or organization centredness are present.
Goals to improve and enhance health care included safety, timeliness, effectiveness, efficiency, equity and patient centredness.