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Synonyms for population

the people who inhabit a territory or state

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a group of organisms of the same species inhabiting a given area

(statistics) the entire aggregation of items from which samples can be drawn

the number of inhabitants (either the total number or the number of a particular race or class) in a given place (country or city etc.)

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the act of populating (causing to live in a place)

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ABSTRACT An innovative student-to-student peer mentoring teaching strategy was used to deliver health care to at-risk populations in a community-based setting.
l)](t) as a smooth function in time because it is a summation of the individual covariate effects over the at-risk population in the lth strata.
Originally inspired by physicians and informatics leaders, Jeter combines the most powerful healthcare computing platform in the world with turnkey solutions for clinical integration, at-risk population management, cost of care measurement, and pay-for-performance solutions.
Depletion of the at-risk population acts to flatten the exposure--response mortality curve.
Homophobic beliefs and attitudes often cause serious maladjustment in GLBT youth, making them the most at-risk population in our schools today (Taylor, 2000).
They are in a unique position to detect students' changing attitudes around food, weight, and body shape; act as role models for students; positively influence a wide range of the at-risk population for developing eating disorders; and convey important messages about healthy behaviors and stress management (Powers & Johnson, 1999; Russell & Ryder, 2001a, 2001b; Smolak, Harris, Levine, & Shisslak, 2001).
But demographics say there will be a great increase in the at-risk population over the next few years, so I expect it will meet 10,100 again soon.
The at-risk population is expected to grow in the future (Mittelstaedt & Wallach, 1989).
10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Loopback Analytics, a pioneer in providing health care data, care transition and at-risk population management, today announced it has been ranked #40 among the 100 fastest-growing privately held companies in Dallas by Southern Methodist University's Cox School of Business in the 25[sup.
The expected results will allow practitioners to recognize opportunities for early intervention and help older adults in at-risk population maintain well being and independence in their everyday life as long as possible.
Jara said he was attracted to the agency because of its work with at-risk populations.
Tenders are invited for Expanding Comprehensive HIV Prevention Services for Injection Drug Users and Other Most At-Risk Populations.
The National Health Service Corps brings health care providers to underserved and at-risk populations by supporting nearly 9,200 primary care medical, dental and mental and behavioral health providers.
In addition, UNMAS provided ERW risk education to 6,185 United Nations staff, humanitarian workers, internally displaced persons, teachers, engineers, construction workers, and other at-risk populations.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has established 33 measures on care coordination and patient safety, appropriate use of preventive health services, care for at-risk populations, and patient and caregiver experience of care.