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noun bar, barrier, constraint, constriction, control, damper, determent, deterrence, deterrent, fetter, hindrance, impediment, inhibition, obstacle, obstruction, obtrusion, obviation, predisposition, presumption, prohibition, restraint, restriction, retardation, stoppage, thwarting
See also: bar, barrier, constraint, control, damper, deterrence, deterrent, disadvantage, fetter, frustration, halt, impediment, obstruction, obviation, prohibition, restraint, restriction, stay, veto

PREVENTION, civil and French law. The right of a judge to take cognizance of an action over which he has concurrent jurisdiction with another judge.
     2. In Pennsylvania it has been ruled that a justice of the peace cannot take cognizance of a cause which has been previously decided by another justice. 2 Dall. 77; Id. 114.

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For more information about White Crane fall prevention programs, call (773) 271-9001.
The Bob & Renee Parsons Fall Prevention Center was funded through an initial $1 million grant from the Parsons in 2014.
Furnish And Deliver 2016 Fall Prevention Calendars As Per The Attached Requirements And Specifications Of The City Of Worcester Elder Affairs Division.
It takes a village to prevent falls: Reconceptualizing fall prevention and management for older adults.
The authors do not see the point of recommending vitamin D for fall prevention.
In our own evaluation of our current fall reduction program, we spent 18 months testing singular fall prevention interventions.
Exercise is clearly a proven stand-alone fall prevention strategy and is currently part of evidence-based recommendations in the UK, USA, and Australia.
Several systematic reviews, meta-analyses and guidelines have been written to examine the research on falls, and identify best practices in fall prevention (Ganz, Bao, Shekelle, & Rubenstein, 2007; Sherrington et al.
1 percent Medicare reduction to SNFs--at least one good trend consistently trickled into the news: a renewed emphasis on fall prevention via scientific research.
A fall prevention strategy now makes sure every patient is assessed, and if they are at risk a care plan is produced.
WBGH developed a risk assessment tool, based on the use of the Morse Fall Risk Scale, which identifies the moderate or high fall risk patient and suggests appropriate fall prevention strategies.
Luckily, Silver--who is a program development specialist with the health department's Senior Fall Prevention Program--and her colleagues in Washington state know better.