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questionnaire

noun blank, canvas, census, examination paper, form, form to be completed, form to be filled in, inquiry, poll, public opinion poll, quession list, request for information, statement, study, survey
Associated concepts: questionable testimony
See also: blank, canvass, document, form, poll
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In the STOP-BANG questionnaire there were 62 patients who were positive for snoring, 50 patients who were positive for tiredness, 44 patients who were positive for observed apnoea, 16 patients who had positive blood pressure, 36 patients who had positive BMI, 42 patients who had positive age, 30 patients who had positive neck circumference and 37 patients were positive for gender.
The sustainability of the journal questionnaire is solely dependent on there being enough suitable articles published in the journal to base the questions around.
OCR officials expect to send the pre-screening questionnaire to only about 200 business associates per year, and the vast majority of the business associates will probably entities outside the insurance and benefits communities.
While you are completing the questionnaire, you have access to previous years' questionnaires for reference.
The parents also wanted to know what would be done with the information collected from their children via the questionnaire in the future.
There's no off-the-rack questionnaire used by all companies, but you can find master lists of questions online (search for "pre-interview questionnaires'').
Two years on, the questionnaire is being updated so that questions are more suitable and relate to the current state of the industry, with the hope that this will lead to an increase in its use.
Now it throws away yet more of our money on a questionnaire with loaded questions clearly indicating another agenda is at work.
The questionnaire takes about 15 minutes to complete.
The feedback questionnaire is available in English, Welsh and Polish, but it could also pave the way for similar online material to be translated into Chinese and Indian languages.
The research is being led by Professor Linda Franck, from the Institute of Child Health and Great Ormond Street Hospital, who is looking for parents of young children (aged at least one year old and less than six years) to take part in the research by completing a web-based questionnaire.

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