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peer review

n. an examination and evaluation of the performance of a professional or technician by a board or committee made up of people in the same occupation. This may arise in determining whether a person has been legitimately discharged, denied promotion or penalized by an employer, or is found to have failed to meet minimum standards of performance and is thus liable in a lawsuit claiming damages due to negligence.

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In terms of programming offered, it is very similar to a resident camp for kids.
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That may have been the result of a subjective interpretation of the tax code (some programs used net income from all sources rather than gross income) or some programming error.
Police departments can supply exactly the kind of public affairs programming that cable companies need.
The last guideline for functional programming is teaching techniques and style.
Other features of the robot include a user-freindly programming language, built-in card slots for MAP, and integrated vision board.
With nationwide programming on more than 170 affiliate stations, some may wonder how FJEM still manages to meet the needs of individual customers.
Consumers may harbor a mistaken impression that activities programming involves little more than "fun and games," and that no special requirements exist for the education and training of activity personnel.
This research has provided a first step in Colorado toward answering the question, "To what extent does psychosocial rehabilitation as treatment exist in partial care programming for the adult with chronic mental illness?" Results from the questionnaire indicate that partial care program staff adhere philosophically to many of the concepts associated with rehabilitation; however, in practice, there appears to be room for increased utilization of rehabilitation assessment strategies, rehabilitation intervention structures, and rehabilitation treatment modalities.
However, an important question is being raised now in anticipation of the indicators: Where is independent living programming today and how much will current federally funded independent living programs need to change in order to maintain their eligibility for these funds once compliance requirements are issued?
Being the talented visionary that you are, you delicately explain all the great things that are taking place at your camp, your higher retention rates, your fund-raising successes, and other indications of innovative and dynamic camp programming. It's all to no avail; your alumni are still not convinced.
A trend in camping today is specialty programming. Camps with programs centered on one specific activity, such as sports, computers, arts, travel, survival, or horseback riding, are successful.

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