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Dissemination

 

the spread of pathogens from an infectious and isolated focus or of tumorous cells from the main site to other parts of an organ or throughout the entire organism via the circulatory and lymphatic systems. After dissemination, generalization of the pathological process usually sets in; there is development of new, frequently numerous, foci, or metastases.

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The project will include a new focus on improving source data, advocating the use of the Open Data Platform for more efficient data dissemination, and expanding the country coverage to include more fragile states in Africa and the Middle East.
This new advisory panel will help PCORI's Communication and Dissemination Research Program to continue our efforts to fund research studies that investigate the comparative effectiveness of communication and dissemination strategies to promote the use of patient-centered outcomes research findings by patients, caregivers, and clinicians," said Jean Slutsky, PA, MSPH, PCORI's Chief Engagement and Dissemination Officer and Director of the CDR Program.
To study the impact of intelligence dissemination of information about customers on customers performance in horizontal levels of organization in chemical companies.
Categories: December 3, 2009, Aerospace research, Appeals process, Climate change, Employees, Federal agencies, Government information dissemination, Government publications, Publications, Research and development, Research and development contracts, Research program management, Research programs, Scientists, Strategic planning, Surveys
The participation of Libya in the GDDS will also lead to the production and dissemination of more reliable and timely statistics.
P's benefit is only incidental to this exempt purpose, giving it a negotiated share of the revenues as fair market compensation for the printing, publishing and dissemination services it provides.
The electronic age has provided a new level of dissemination of research findings and electronic journals can provide a mechanism of scientific and scholarly filtration and prioritisation in this process.
The goals of the restructured journal were clearly identified in Lucier and Hook's initial editorial, where they wrote:</p> <pre> Traditionally, laboratory researchers have tended to communicate primarily with each other, and the dissemination of information to the public has been slow and haphazard.
With dissemination of sensitive material, a department should impose the third-agency rule, which means that any recipient of intelligence cannot share the information with another organization.
We describe an influenza outbreak in which rapid identification of the causative agent permitted mass vaccination to be used as a control measure, examine the effects of this intervention on disease dissemination, and discuss the potential role of this control measure in containing influenza epidemics.
This has been kind of a traditional challenge for us as a community: balancing the front-end collection with the back-end processing, exploitation, dissemination, posting, and all that.
XBRL is an open, global electronic standard for defining financial terms consistently, allowing for the exchange and dissemination of corporate reporting information.

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