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They are dedicated to developing young people of good character who will become informed, responsible, and caring citizens.
Her GP, Dr Bapi Biswas, from the Beacon Primary Care Medical Practice, in Ormskirk, said the use of digital records had allowed "patients to become informed partners in their care".
It's also important to become informed and competent in the skills needed to render trustee services before accepting these engagements.
The main point of this is to get governments to publish adequate accounts of their receipts from natural resources and to create mechanisms by which society and voters can become informed about this.
Practicing our Aboriginal values of respect, honour, and non-judgment toward others is key to our response--and this year we asked all communities to become informed and lead the change," said Ken Clement, CEO of CAAN, in a news release.
The small incentives to become informed include reducing one's susceptibility to deceptions, misinformation and propaganda.
The bitcoin network is only growing everyday as more people become informed about what Bitcoin is and how it works.
The Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses (CACCN) encourages its members and all health care workers to become informed about the benefits to you, your family and your patients when you get vaccinated.
We encourage communities to become informed so that they can identify problems early before they become costly to repair.
In this age of Big Data, even those without a quantitative background can become informed consumers of quantitative analysis for better decision-making.
There are many on line resources to help people become informed about dietary supplements, one is the website for the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine at the National Institutes of Health.
Women in the 50+ age range who are thinking of becoming pregnant should receive "special counselling both before and after conception so that they become informed of the increased risks involved," Dr.