The American Association for Physician leadership[R] designates this enduring material for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate
with the extent of their participation in the activity.
While award fee arrangements should be structured to motivate excellent contractor performance, award fees must be commensurate
with contractor performance over a range from satisfactory to excellent performance.
This would be particularly important if, as indicated by the present results, developmental CPF exposure affects 5HT systems in a manner commensurate
with augmented risk of depression, thus increasing the potential use of antidepressant medications.
The goal of reengineering how and who should conduct the training can foster the momentum a department requires to educate, train, and sustain during the most stressful times, producing a workforce with a level of health and fitness commensurate
with the job demands.
Nursing: (Nursing Science) The Science of irreducible human and environmental energy fields arrived at by a synthesis of facts and ideas commensurate
with a new world view, an organized system of abstract knowledge: a new product.
There was no commensurate
increase in birth rates after World War I or any other American war because there were no commensurate
policies creating upward mobility among the young.
In 1959 Corrina Washington (Whoopi Goldberg) is a college grad who can't find work commensurate
with her talent or training, and so she ends up taking a job as a nanny for widower and commercial jingle writer Manny Singer (Ray Liotta) and his cute daughter, Molly (Tina Majorino).
Major banks are increasingly moving to adjust their corporate lending rates to levels commensurate
with the degree of borrowers' creditworthiness, banking officials said Thursday.
The rating on Gemini's commercial paper program is based on liquidity and credit support from liquidity providers with short-term ratings commensurate
with Gemini's 'A-1'-plus rating.
Something more realistic is needed: a way of compensating producers commensurate
with their vital role in keeping business on the books.
77-12, the comparative sales method values finished goods at their actual or expected selling prices, less the costs of disposition and a profit commensurate
with the investment amount, the time required to sell the inventory and the degree of risk.
Baker offered in Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance (1987) an alternative approach commensurate
to the distinctive character of Afro-American expressive culture and its unique history.