Secondary use

a use which, though executed, may change from one to another by circumstances.

See also: Use

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No particular strategy was employed as a primary method to reduce behaviour by almost all parents, although punishment (not including physical punishment) was used by nearly 80 per cent when secondary use was considered.
Despite what the authors represent, there are no "STB-based concept[s]" of primary use (rail) and secondary use (non-rail).
Addressing the many challenges ultimately requires a national framework for secondary use of personal information that is in the interest of citizens.
Further, it is agreed that a patient's informed consent must be obtained for the secondary use of these leftover or residual biological samples for research.
The Life Sciences Solution, will also be integrated with CordMatch and provide a powerful tool allowing the secondary use of electronic health records, so offering a whole new world of possibilities for clinical development, adding value for pharmaceutical companies and permitting ultimately the improvement of therapy quality and fostering personalized medicine.
Canadian jurisdictions have yet to legislate on the practice of DBS retention and secondary use of stored DBS.
There are also techniques for reclaiming material and generating secondary use rubber using a wide range of size reduction equipment.
No secondary use may interfere or infringe on the space necessary to meet the needs of an operating rail line.
NEW YORK -- The secondary use of data collected in electronic medical records will be the key to greater quality and cost savings in the next five years, according to a report released earlier this month.
Of equal concern is the use of secondary data, now being addressed through the American Medical Informatics Association's (AMIA) initiative to develop a national framework for secondary use of health data.
A number of policies examined were misleading, suggesting, for example, that no secondary use or sharing of personal information would take place without the consumer's explidt consent, but then assuming such consent unless the consumer exercised an often inconspicuous or incomplete opt-out.
Overall, 84 percent of systems reported some type of secondary use of the streams, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs involved.