misdistribution

misdistribution

(ˌmɪsdɪstrɪˈbjuːʃən)
n
an inequitable or imbalanced distribution
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In some areas, a relative shortage may indicate misdistribution.
A history of colonialism, apartheid and separate development has impacted heavily on the misdistribution of and differential access to health services in SA.
The mathematical model can be used to help in the design of a spark ignition engine for alternative fuels as well as to study various problems such as pollutant emissions, engine performance, preignition, knocking and misdistribution of the fuel-air mixture.
Themes highlighted several systems or organisational-level barriers to an effective RRS, including (1) responsibility is inversely proportional to clinical experience; (2) actions around system flexibility contribute to deviation from protocol; (3) misdistribution of resources leads to perceptions of inadequate staffing levels inhibiting full optimisation of the RRS; and (4) poor communication and documentation of RRS increases clinician workloads.
They should also lead strategies to monitor and address workforce misdistribution through strengthened national planning and training policies that ensure doctors are training to deliver care where it is needed, alongside targeted incentive aligned to addressing workforce and retention barriers in rural and remote communities.
The inadequacies (failure) of healthcare system with its misdistribution of drugs, rising cost, and the issue of curative stance of drugs are worth mentioning.
She said that misdistribution of income and wealth are the main barrier that deter development, she explored different aspects to development, liberalization and world wealth distribution in her address.
The high cost of dental care, lack of dental insurance, and misdistribution of dental providers prevent many Americans from obtaining dental care.
These events collectively can cause vasodilation, hypotension, misdistribution of blood flow, and hypoperfusion and dysfunction.
Patient's Name, this should be written along with surname because it avoids misdistribution of drugs in pharmacy when 2 patients with same name come.
2 Perhaps more pressing is the misdistribution of primary care physicians.
Cain said, because of the projected shortage and geographic misdistribution of primary care physicians.