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noncompletion

(ˌnɒnkəmˈpliːʃən)
n
failure to complete something, for example an educational course, or a business contract
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58) Although frailty is a strong independent predictor of noncompletion of pulmonary rehabilitation, completion of a pulmonary rehabilitation program in patients who are frail has been shown to reverse their frailty in the short term.
That is why the ability to pay for programs often equates to nonparticipation and noncompletion.
The predominant reason for noncompletion of pre- and post-QoL assessment in all patients was reception of any form of CDT before enrolment (12), recurrent cancers (4), followed by discontinuation of treatment (3) (Figure 1).
2002), rather than conducting a general evaluation, we examined two specific dimensions of presenteeism behaviors: noncompletion of work and distraction.
Competing explanations of undergraduate noncompletion.
Factors influencing completion and noncompletion of community college online courses.
Walker, 2004), decreased coping with chronic illness (Sormanti & Kayser, 2000), dropout from treatment programs (Gerlock, 2001, 2004), and noncompletion of secondary education (Turner et al.
reasons for noncompletion, barriers to treatment, implications of group size), and a longer-term follow-up are the next steps for future research.
Also, participants would register for the course as a way to access information that they could then use for their own teaching and so appear as noncompletion on the course statistics.
Fund crunch Ajit Kumar, director of the Jaypee Group also cited fund crunch as a key reason for noncompletion of its Orchards housing project.
The task force identified a number of themes underlying the disparity gap, including a need for breast cancer education and outreach programs for African American women, a broken mammography process leading to quality differences between African American and white patients, and a number of barriers to diagnosis and treatment, including fear, a lack of primary care, the burden of insurance copays/deductibles, and the noncompletion of treatment for social and economic reasons.
The task force identified several themes underlying the disparity gap, including a need for breast cancer education and outreach programs for African American women, a broken mammography process leading to quality differences between African American and white patients, and a number of barriers to diagnosis and treatment, including fear, a lack of primary care, the burden of insurance copays/deductibles, and the noncompletion of treatment for social and economic reasons.