centredness

centredness

(ˈsɛntədnəs) or

centeredness

n
the state or condition of being centred
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44) Sense of Centredness - Whether its the cross at Meriden or the Midland Oak in Leamington Spa, the Midlands is where the heart of England lies.
Patient advocacy and patient centredness in participant recruitment to randomized-controlled trials: Implications for informed consent.
This helps to ensure that each patient encounter is appropriately therapeutic, with a particular emphasis on patient centredness and autonomy.
A long list was provided by the congregation including money, lack of prayer, apathy in general, Sunday shopping, sport, self centredness, TV, new age groups, lack of volunteers for cleaning and church yard help.
Self- centredness as a modern virtue imposes its own conditions.
Observational Study of Effect of Patient Centredness and Positive Approach on Outcomes of General Practice Consultations.
Henbest RJ and Stewart M: Patient centredness in the Consultation 2: Does it really make a difference?
In this regard, Kvale (1992) suggested that there is a changed conception of research from 'a method centredness to a discursive practice' (p.
Although the bounded nature of settlements seems to have been thoroughly established in ancient times this does not seem to he true of their centredness to any great extent.
Especially in women, the acknowledgment of such problems would be considered as self- centredness.
There is an ethereal quality,an unusual self centredness, which could be down to the need to understand oneself better in this lifetime.