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Synonyms for conflict

Synonyms for conflict

Synonyms for conflict

opposition between two simultaneous but incompatible feelings

a state of opposition between persons or ideas or interests

an incompatibility of dates or events

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opposition in a work of drama or fiction between characters or forces (especially an opposition that motivates the development of the plot)

be in conflict

go against, as of rules and laws

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Concerning decision perception and characteristics, results showed that patients with advanced CKD experienced increased levels of decisional conflict and emotional distress while choosing a dialysis modality.
Identify the prevalence of decisional conflict in a cohort of patients with stage 5D CKD who receive HD via CVC access;
41) Fourth, the floodgates argument could be resolved by requiring the appellate practitioner filing the mandamus petition (which seeks review of an unelaborated PCA decision) to submit a signed statement--much like the one required in a request for certification--explaining why the petition contains a decisional conflict, or an issue of exceptional importance or first impression.
Skill-building workshops to train providers on how to effectively coach and support patients through decisional conflict.
An evidence-based approach to managing women's decisional conflict.
The third follow-up interview, conducted at 30 weeks' gestation after any decisions about prenatal testing were made, found that women in the intervention group had less uncertainty about their decisions, reported fewer factors contributing to uncertainty, and had less decisional conflict, meaning they were more comfortable with their decisions.
The ground, maintenance of uniformity in the court's decisions, is the equivalent of decisional conflict as developed by supreme court precedent in the exercise of its conflict jurisdiction.
This theory asserts that the stress arising from decisional conflict is a major determinant of the failure to achieve high quality decision making.
Growth in career indecision and decisional conflict were the main expressions of these rapid and radical shifts in the political structure in the country (Santos, Ribeiro, & Campos, 1997).
More recent efforts to understand the psychological processes underlying the relationship between decisional conflict and poorer post-abortion adjustment have focused on the meaningfulness that women ascribe to a pregnancy that they have chosen to terminate.
It is time that more attention be directed toward the needs of patients experiencing decisional conflict.
Of the ten participants, four were experiencing some decisional conflict and two were experiencing mild decisional regret.