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uninterrupted connection or union

a detailed script used in making a film in order to avoid discontinuities from shot to shot

the property of a continuous and connected period of time

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40) Historically continuity of care has been valued as a cost-effective approach given that the background knowledge of the patient is preserved.
Dr Bariah Dardari, Head of Paediatric Department, Al Zahra Hospital, Dubai, UAE will provide insight into the solutions and obstacles of continuity of care in the GCC at the International Medical Travel Exhibition & Conference (IMTEC 2014) which takes please on 5-6 March at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre ,UAE.
It has also been proven that women who consult their family physicians for prenatal care are generally more satisfied because of the continuity of care they receive well before conception," said Dr Al Jaberi.
The Welsh Government needs to work with local authorities and health boards to provide assurance for all concerned that if this company fails then residents will maintain continuity of care and minimal disruption.
Faculty members rotated to either continuity clinic or non-continuity clinic based on availability; continuity of care by faculty members was not assured even at continuity clinic.
Her participation in Houston Area Continuity of Care ties in directly with her work.
The results showed only 52% of patients met the surgeons preoperatively, and only 40% of patients had complete continuity of care.
This reference for practicing professionals, clinical specialists, and lactation consultants focuses on the impact of continuity of care and maternity care practices on breastfeeding outcomes, emphasizing the importance of sustaining seamless care for the breastfeeding mother.
Recently there has been much discussion about how we can continue to provide midwifery continuity of care while facing midwifery workforce issues, rising intervention rates and increased complexity in pregnant women.
Complete continuity of care in infancy--seeing the same physician or provider for every visit--dramatically improved the likelihood that children received critical health screenings during their first 2 years, researchers reported in Pediatrics.
Continuity of care means everything to a dependent elderly or disabled person, yet at the same time as the chief executive gets his financial support my wife, along with many others, loses her regular carers as they are transferred into a new service.
However, most births take place in hospital settings, which means that many women have no continuity of care between antenatal and delivery care, and that the birth process is medicalised rather than woman-centred.
Adapting a prescription includes altering the dosage, substituting a drug that is expected to deliver a therapeutic effect similar to the prescribed drug, substituting a generic drug for the prescribed drug, or renewing a prescription to ensure continuity of care.
We keep that continuity of care and we search out for additional possibilities of skilled nursing care.
Specialization among physicians has grown to more than 40 specialties and resulted in continuity of care being a serious problem for patients, particularly those 65 and older.
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