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Nicki Sass, Assistant Director, Admissions and Marketing of GMAP, said that Tufts decided to enter into the agreement with DSCA because Tufts felt that the program could provide a mutually beneficial learning opportunity for all of the students in the program.
The output of the screen reader, Web Anywhere, was aligned with Web site content summarizing the GMAP tool.
Peter Hodder, director of Primary Care for Coventry PCT, said that although GPs had to see more people, the city was meeting national targets for doctor waiting lists, even though the doctor- patient ratio is actually higher than GMAP estimates.
GMAP said the figures showed some areas had five times more people per GP than other parts of the UK.
GMAP Japan will correct the program and replace parts, if necessary, for the vehicles imported between January 1997 and June 2003.
GMAP principle consultant Martin Clarke said: ``While shopping centres have been much lauded during the past few years as ideal retail destinations, there seems to be a resurgence of interest in city centres to local high streets.
GMAP was sold in 1997 to a major US-based information business.
GMAP aims to foster agreement among malaria organizations on goals, strategies, and activities to be achieved by 2010 and 2015.
GMAP II is a twelve month course of study in international affairs leading to a Global Master of Arts degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University located in Medford, Massachusetts.
GMAP fourth quarter earnings were impacted by lower
from Dave Tyrer, consultant, GMAP Consulting SIR; Tesco continues to make bold moves with a 2bn+ [pounds sterling] profit and a strategy to create 25,000 jobs worldwide, with 11,000 in the UK, through an aggressive store expansion programme.
During the year Skipton acquired four new subsidiaries - GMAP, Direct Life and Pension, Skipton Business Finance and Industrial Equipment Finance - increasing the number of firms in its stable to 16.