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Synonyms for map

Synonyms for map

the front surface of the head

to show graphically the direction or location of, as by using coordinates

to work out and arrange the parts or details of

Synonyms for map

a diagrammatic representation of the earth's surface (or part of it)

make a map of

explore or survey for the purpose of making a map

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locate within a specific region of a chromosome in relation to known DNA or gene sequences

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plan, delineate, or arrange in detail

depict as if on a map

to establish a mapping (of mathematical elements or sets)

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As a tool, the FCM is too simplistic, because the family-centered principles of the care map have been institutionalized.
Development and dissemination of potentially better practices for the provision of family-centered care in neonatology: The family-centered care map.
Phillips (whose "ideal" care map for maximum RUG utilization for resident care and reimbursement is exemplified in the figure) acknowledges that the PPS is "an extremely complicated system, and makes it difficult for nurses without proper training to find out how to determine the best RUG grouping for the patient.
Co-branded national forecast maps - Precipitation forecast - Drought monitor - Soil conditions - Watering needs - Optimal planting schedule - Lawn fertilization map with product recommendations from The Scotts Company - Garden care map with product recommendations from The Scotts Company
The first nurse thanologist in Western MA, she also helped develop the AIDS critical care map used in Governor Dukakis' administration.
The program invites applications from various healthcare organizations to "suggest solutions" for challenges facing survivors, such as physical and psychosocial concerns, transition to primary care, navigation through care maps and coping with a "chronic disease.
Students develop concept care maps and nursing care plans based on these scenarios and use them as guides during individual simulations.
Few would argue that most staffing plans, care maps, and care delivery models contain the underlying assumption that every nurse at the bedside is an expert--able to respond to complex situations with equal effectiveness.