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Therefore, could the dilemma be that it is not so much about the people exiting as it is about the knowledge deficit that they leave behind?
But in this case I will do so because I believe it will provide the reader with a better idea of the content by revealing many areas where we (RTs collectively, again) have some degree of knowledge deficit.
Each of these five--time constraints, autonomy and authority, habit and familiarity, knowledge deficit and lack of familiarity with administrative databases among physicians--is a barrier that limits the effective use of clinical resource management data to support the development of guidelines and protocols and to change physician inpatient prescribing patterns.
Often this knowledge deficit is masked by the annual farce of school league tables and examination marking deflation.
There is a serious knowledge deficit in the thinking of the present administration.
These findings may reflect the attitude or knowledge deficit of health care providers and parents toward the value and need for lead-exposure screening in the county.
Moreover, when reviewing chapters where I had a knowledge deficit, I found the information to be clear, understandable and even interesting.
Despite the evidence supporting a demand for psychotherapeutic intervention in these facilities -- and the OBRA mandate for those interventions -- only a small percentage of nursing home residents actuary receive necessary mental health services because of insufficient funding, lack of appropriate training programs, lack of referrals and a general knowledge deficit with respect to the methods for implementing a mental health program in a long-term care setting.
professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books on education including Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know, The Schools We Need and Why We Don't Have Them , The Knowledge Deficit,and The Making of Americans.
Despite this knowledge deficit, PlanVision's survey discovered that after having fees explained, 95% of respondents felt they understood them.
About the Study CHOICE (Comparing perception of insulin therapies for T1D patients with the aim to improve quality of care) is a multicentre, multinational, prospective observational study designed to address the knowledge deficit regarding how people with T1D respond to changes in their insulin delivery methods, particularly when switching to the Animas Vibe(TM) a latest generation insulin pump enabled with continuous glucose monitoring.
Barriers included a knowledge deficit about patient tobacco use and cessation, which lagged behind published evidence.

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