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In contrast to our study results on prevalence of nonpractice of contraception, various studies done across India showed higher prevalence, i.
Religious liberty is best protected by minimizing governmental influence and maximizing individual choice with respect to religious questions and commitments; governmental action is substantively neutral if it neither "encourages In]or discourages religious belief or disbelief, practice or nonpractice, observance or nonobservance" (229).
was that physical and speedbased skills were less susceptible to skill decay from nonuse or nonpractice than cognitive and accuracy-based skills.
In all nonpractice blocks all conditions and videos were counter-balanced across participants in a Latin-square design.
The Democrats should be sued for malpractice--or nonpractice.
Also, consider which of your research, academic, or nonpractice professional activities enrich you as a person and as a physician, and which activities are done for status or ego gratification.
I am construing "religious practice" broadly enough to include what we might call religious nonpractice, because atheism and agnosticism, for example, are still the products of religiously oriented beliefs.
My basic formulation of substantive neutrality is this: the religion clauses require government to minimize the extent to which it either encourages or discourages religious belief or disbelief, practice or nonpractice, observance or nonobservance.
Try to define what you truly need to be comfortable, Also, consider which of your research, academic, or nonpractice professional activities enrich you as a person and as a physician, and which activities are done for status or ego gratification.
After excluding papers written solely by nonpractice physicians or members of university departments other than family medicine, 68 (12%) of the 546 remaining articles were written by community-based physicians, and another 108 papers (20%) were written by community-based physicians in collaboration with university researchers.
As you can see in table 2, page 18, the survey asked about adapting to a nonpractice culture, organizational status, isolation, and job satisfaction.
Furthermore, the men were recruited to participate in a study that involved 2 weeks of training and 1 week of retention/reacquisition separated by an 8-week nonpractice interval.