interunit

interunit

(ˈɪntəˌjuːnɪt)
adj
occurring between units
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We assess interunit (plan level) and internal consistency reliability (at the beneficiary and plan levels) and the criterion validity (at the beneficiary and plan levels) of the composites used to summarize beneficiary reasons for disenrolling from MA plans and PDPs.
Interunit interaction contexts, interpersonal social capital, and the differing levels of knowledge sharing.
In order to avoid interunit error, each player trained with the same GPS device during the whole study period (Castellano et al., 2011; Nicolella et al., 2018).
Willem and Buelens [2] suggested that information from other units can provide interunit knowledge sharing to enhance a positive organizational outcome.
Third, varied measurement protocols may lower interunit variability due to different assessments employed to preschool children among selected studies.
Changes in the interunit linkage types during solvolysis were investigated.
Validity and interunit reliability of 10 Hz and 15 Hz GPS units for assessing athlete movement demands./Strength CondRes.
Interunit handoff of patients and transfers of information: A survey of current practices.
An aryl-aryl ether type is the major interunit linkage.