outcome

(redirected from outcome criteria)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for outcome

Synonyms for outcome

Synonyms for outcome

References in periodicals archive ?
Validation of the simulation scenario aids in supporting the final decision on whether or not participants achieved outcome criteria.
In terms of the applicability of our study, [1] since admission to hospital was one of the outcome criteria, it is important to point out that queued patients in Red Cross War Memorial Children's Hospital's Medical Emergency Unit are clinically re-triaged by experienced doctors after the ETAT-based triage.
In particular, what are the problems with selecting universally endorsed outcome criteria and measurement procedures, what is the mathematical effect of prevalence on decision accuracy, and what is the outcome of over-reliance on Receiver Operating Curve (ROC) analysis to set cut scores?
In the remainder of this article, the three grade 1 RTI criteria are referred to as Set Benchmark 1, Discrepancy Benchmark 1, and Discrepancy Slope 1, and the grade 2 RTI outcome criteria are referred to as Set Benchmark 2.
If you objectively measure the outcome criteria, you require small numbers.
Consequently the Lillooet case utilizes a comprehensive list of fourteen best practices process management criteria and eleven outcome criteria that were developed based on a review of the literature on collaborative planning.
Despite the glowing near-term results of this and other studies--and the meteoric rise in the number of ablation procedures in recent years--questions remain about patient selection for ablation, outcome criteria, long-term efficacy, and safety.
First, it was found that subjects performed differently under identical experimental conditions when instructions did not specify response or outcome criteria.
In particular, they employ narrow outcome criteria, omit the perspective of program participants, and assume that individual rather than structural characteristics are the critical barriers to employment for welfare recipients.
Each plan summarizes the disease process, medical care that may be prescribed, drug actions, diagnostic procedures, laboratory tests with expected values, and outcome criteria.
For instance, the outcome criteria of a work or service team can be measured, but due to the "tight interdependencies among team tasks" the individual members should only be measured according to their behaviors and competencies (Scott & Einstein, 2001).
Secondary outcome criteria were: Prospective defined response criteria based on BSS (A: BSS <3 points; B: decrease of BSS [greater than or equal to]7 points; C: A + B), treatment outcome according to the Integrative Medicine Outcomes Scale (IMOS), onset of treatment effect, consumption of paracetamol, change of individual symptoms of BSS and further symptoms, patients' health status using the health-related quality of life questionnaires (SF-12 Health Survey, EQ-SD), questions about the complaints and satisfaction with treatment using the Integrative Medicine Patient Satisfaction Scale (IMPSS).
Key outcome criteria for designing preservice programs including internship are conceived as developing at least the minimal level of competence necessary to qualify for initial employment.
Third, their measurement of both tacit knowledge and outcome criteria seems to have shifted over time.
The nurse uses his or her clinical judgment to determine if the outcome criteria for each nursing diagnosis has been met or remains as an ongoing issue at the time of discharge.