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Checklist

A detailed list of all the elements of a particular job; used to ensure that details are not overlooked in preparing an estimate, or other times during the course of a job.

checklist

A document giving the sequence of actions to be taken at various stages of flight and in emergency situations.
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Table 3 shows that there is a significant difference among the low and high achievers in the scoring of screening checklist for students with learning difficulties in the subject of mathematics at primary level.
For all of us who fly retractables, the checklist is the one thing you know stands between you and being the person with a gear up.
The key to getting started is to develop a simple system for creating the checklist and to form the habit of using checklists consistently.
Determine if students will value the use of a checklist intervention such that they will adopt it within and outside the educational setting.
In 1st year, out of 840 surgical procedures, Surgical safety checklist was properly marked in 172 (20.
It would then find the checklist and read the first challenge, "Flaps.
Debrief Missed Steps Realizing you skipped a checklist step should scare you.
Both the World Health Organisation surgical safety checklist (11) and the Minimally Invasive Surgery Safety Checklist (12) have been separated into three stages, according to the issues to be addressed.
The WHO checklist is about both the items you check and how it encourages people to work together and speak up," she says.
Introduction of surgical safety checklists in Ontario, Canada.
Although you can create a generic editing checklist to cover the many types of documents you edit in a given job, this article focuses on how using an editing checklist tailored to a type of document you encounter on a regular basis can help you be more efficient.
Ideally, each checklist should undergo validation via dry runs and team training.