initial assessment


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initial assessment

An assessment that provides a basic determination of the viability of the infiltration and exfiltration portion of a proposed special operations forces mission. Also called IA.
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The initial assessment is a cursory look; it will take many more weeks to further understand and analyze the full extent of the effects of the event.
1,639 Number of children who have waited more than a year for initial assessment
The victim was identi-fied as being at risk of domestic violence and, from initial assessment, it appears some signifi-cant work was done by police with other agencies to offer and provide support to her.
Nevertheless, they found the approach useful for an initial assessment of a potential environmental health hazard.
Green and her colleagues retrospectively analyzed data on 5,750 patients who had presented for initial assessment at the University of Michigan Pain Center between 1993 and 2000.
Having a prior nonsexual offence conviction at initial assessment was associated with an almost threefold increase in the odds of being charged for sexual offences as an adult, further suggesting that there is a strong element of antisociality, rather than sexual deviance alone, that is associated with the sexual offending of the participants in this study (p.
four years from the date of initial assessment (with a few exceptions) within which to complete an audit.
PRINCE HARRY (below) has passed the initial assessment for enrolling at the elite Sandhurst Military Academy with flying colours but could wait two years before signing up because he is not yet 21.
When parents who do not speak English or are just learning it enroll students at district schools, the parents will be directed to the center for an initial assessment, said Raul Maldonado, director of biliteracy programs and assessment and evaluation director.
Not all of the properties named in the indictment will be re-assessed; approximately 100 of the properties will keep their initial assessment.
Lupo notes that during their initial assessment of residents, besides looking at factors such as medications and vision problems, "we try hard to obtain information on a resident's history of falls, as cluster falls are so predictive, even in terms of estimating mortality.
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