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Stewardship

Custodial management of historic resources in museums or other facilities.
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Similarly, a national survey was conducted in 2016 that focused on the knowledge and perceptions of antimicrobial stewardship concepts among final-year pharmacy students in SA.
The antimicrobial stewardship program includes the following core elements: Leadership commitment: Dedicating necessary human, financial, and information technology resources Accountability: Appointing a single leader responsible for program outcomes .
We are encouraged by the Government of Saskatchewans commitment to 4R Nutrient Stewardship and are thrilled to work alongside the agriculture communities in the province in the spirit of this agreement.
The report went on to argue that stewardship was the most important function and without it the synthesis and practice of the other three functions would be a futile exercise.
New ELS agreements (under 2013 rules) will be available only for the following: Those coming out of classic scheme agreements (Countryside Stewardship Scheme (CSS), Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA)) who will not be offered an HLS agreement; Those in the Uplands (Severely Disadvantaged Areas (SDA)) who have either not previously had a classic scheme agreement and who either have never been in ELS or who have an expiring ELS (rather than UELS) agreement; and those wishing to enter Organic ELS.
Our purpose is to create a place for conversing, learning, sharing ideas, networking and imagining the future," says Glen Mitchell, blog director and also director of stewardship and planned giving for the diocese of New Westminster.
Stewardship Ontario develops, funds and operates Ontario's blue box recycling programs for printed paper and packaging and household hazardous and special waste.
Antimicrobial stewardship is a critical patient safety imperative, says Julia Moody, clinical manager of infection prevention and control, clinical services group for HCA Inc.
Stewardship Ontario is a quasi-governmental body that was established under the 2002 Waste Diversion Act and is overseen by provincially mandated Waste Diversion Ontario but operates as a private, not-for-profit organization.
The question he raises is: How do we use stewardship to accent and support the proclamation of God, instead of hijacking the pulpit for fundraising wherein God merely becomes an example?
The policy recommends "any proposed product stewardship legislation be designed carefully to ensure that recycling and waste management systems continue to be cost-effective, innovative, efficient and result in enhanced environmental protection at no additional cost to taxpayers or consumers," the NSWMA said.
If that is our focus, then giving and stewardship will follow.