equipoise


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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

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For example in the FIRST trial conducted in Cape Town, deferred consent was permitted because the two resuscitation fluids studied were both already in clinical use, there was equipoise, and the study outcome was considered of sufficient benefit to society to counterpoise potential subject harm.
The Balanced Scorecard is the best way of performance measurement in organizations that considers both financial and non-financial measures and makes equipoise between both internal and external shareholders and also between Short-term and long-term goals; BSC presents a full and complete image of the system but this image is static, In addition this measurement system suffers from internal biases.
These initiatives are crucial to enabling the UAE possess an intellectual equipoise that conducts itself both in the language of tradition and in the tones of contemporaneity, and be felicitously understood by the world in both.
I am after all writing these lines minutes before the equipoise created by the US Constitution between different orders of government is about to give rise to a shutdown of governmental operations
Seven structured chapters detail regulatory contexts in Africa, Equipoise and the normative framework, the machinery of ethics review, and the legal liability of ethics committees and of investigators.
The study's conclusion that a randomised clinical trial of oxygen targets is feasible is correct insofar as it supports the notion of clinical equipoise, although this would need to be confirmed in hospitals other than their own (as the authors recognise).
The "Black Light" series, 1967-69, to which Flag belongs, is marked by Ringgold's decision to forgo the use of white paint, a refusal that allows protest to reach visible and internal equipoise in her work.
EVENT:Victoria Oil & Gas (VOG) announced the results of the independent study conducted by petroleum and gas industry specialists ERC Equipoise Limited (ERCE) on the company's Logababfield.
But at the heart of Advani's message was the call for the party to recover the realistic roots of its Vajpayee era political equipoise.
Perhaps Gaskell's key work is the one for which she won the Somerset Maugham Award, A Sweet, Sweet Summer (1969), precisely because it is in equipoise between these two poles.
The Indian Foreign Ministry bosses should instead try and discover an alternative approach that equipoise the concerns of enforcing a regime change and the ethical obligation of protecting the rights of equality and justice in the interest of not only the oppressed Syrians but also those six million expatriate Indians working in the region away from home for years together.
There has been little sense of the evolution of the city from Regency equipoise to imperial grandeur, nor a detailed chronology of how London was viewed by the large number of artists living there, many of whom were visiting from overseas or from elsewhere in Britain.
years of many marryings and births, sun and rain and food in equipoise.
It would be inaccurate to say it inheres in the beautiful precision of the verbs, in the equipoise of the clauses, freighted as they are with the pluperfect and the past conditional, because the English translation lacks none of its clarity.
Lara and colleagues would add patient and physician lack of equipoise to the above list.