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tending to further or encourage

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More homogeneous groups should, therefore, benefit from the promotive conditions of their team.
Preventive, promotive and curative services under various National Health Programmes were being provided to the study area through health workers and doctors posted at the PHC.
Because of this, I have a deep conviction that countries at every stage of development can expand access to health care, be it preventive, promotive, curative, rehabilitate or palliative.
NCI will operate on the lines of NCI, USA and DKFZ, Germany as a nodal center for indigenous research, promotive, preventive and curative aspects of care and human resource development.
The World Health Organisation defines universal health coverage as ensuring that all people have access to needed promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health services, of sufficient quality to be effective, while also ensuring that people do not suffer financial hardship when paying for these services.
Risk and promotive factors related to depressive symptoms among Japanese youth.
Place-based study of child-friendly, health promotive environment.
Promotive influences (aka "process gains") help facilitate successful meeting outcomes, while disruptive influences (aka "process losses") inhibit progression to an outcome.
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In other words, as Ghaith (2003) states, "group members help, share, encourage and support each other's efforts to succeed through promotive interaction within their groups" (p.
The results obtained demonstrate (1) a part of the route that pollen tubes need to follow to reach the ovules, (2) the strong promotive effect of pistil and ovule tissue on pollen germination and tube growth, and (3) the dependance of proper fertilization on the appropriate developmental stage of Brassicaceae flowers.
An 1809 decision by the Virginia Supreme Court stated that a corporation shouldn't receive a charter if the "object is merely private or selfish; if it is detrimental to, or not promotive of, the public good.
Cognitive skill performance among young children living in poverty: Risk, change, and the promotive effects of Early Head Start.
This requires addressing the social determinants of health inequities and vulnerabilities, establishing an equitable, accessible, responsive and integrated primary health care system as well as ensuring preventive, promotive and curative mother and child health services.