interdivisional

interdivisional

(ˌɪntədɪˈvɪʒənəl)
adj
existing or occurring between divisions, esp the divisions of an organization
Translations
interdivisionnel
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These skills are key to the establishment of the therapy relationship and, according to the findings of the American Psychological Association's Interdivisional (Divisions 12 and 29) Task Force on Evidence-Based Therapy Relationships (2016; see, also, Norcross, 2011), the quality of this relationship accounts for why clients improve (or fail to improve) as much as the particular treatment method does.
The interdivisional surgeon of surgery department was called because the patient had increasing shortness of breath and a cough productive of small amounts of yellow sputum, low blood pressure, discolored skin or nails, confusion and extreme tiredness, muscle fatigue, and general weakness.
(38.) An interdivisional group of senior executives that directs review of staff-level shortcomings and recommends findings to the FDIC Board of Directors.
A notable example of an inter-departmental coordinative mechanism is Toronto's Interdivisional Team, which was chaired by a member of the Social Development and Financial Administration (SDFA) division that housed the Toronto Newcomer Office (City of Toronto 2015).
Conclusions and recommendations of the interdivisional (APA divisions 12 & 29) Task Force on evidence-based therapy relationships.
However, as I show in the next section, the structure can affect firm value through various channels, such as the decision-making incentives of managers, internal differentiation of financial and nonfinancial contracts, and interdivisional fund flows.
The APA Interdivisional Task Force on Evidence-Based Therapy (Divisions 12 & 29) addressed the matter of the therapeutic relationship and concluded that the relationship makes substantial and consistent contributions to psychotherapy outcome independent of the specific type of treatment, and that it contributes at least as much to the success or failure of treatment as does the particular treatment method.
The APA Interdivisional Task Force on Evidence-Based Therapy (Divisions 12 & 29) addressed the matter of the therapeutic relationship and concluded that the relationship beetween veteran and therapist makes substantial and consistent contributions to psychotherapy outcome independent of the specific type of treatment, and that it contributes at least as much to the success or failure of treatment as does the particular treatment method.
Scott, Judgment and Reasoning, supra note 118, at 1607-08 n.3, 1630 n.91; Interdivisional Comm, on Adolescent Abortion, Adolescent Abortion: Psychological and Legal Issues, 42 AM.
* Significant entries to accounts that 1) contain complex or unusual transactions, significant estimates, or period-end adjustments; 2) have been prone to error in the past; 3) have not been timely reconciled or contain unreconciled differences for an extended period; 4) contain intercompany, interdivisional, or other related-party or unusual transactions; or 5) are otherwise associated with an identified fraud risk
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