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The webinar focused on the application of the Communication and Optimal Resolution (CANDOR) process, a principled approach that health systems, institutions and practitioners can use to respond in a timely, thorough, and just way to unexpected patient harm events.
On changes to MBL rules, Metsger said the agency wanted to get out of the waiver business and that, while the regulations are complicated and difficult, the agency wanted to move to a principled approach to MBL regulation versus a prescriptive approach where the rules would say what credit unions could or could not do.
They have obvious differences, but the President made the case to him once again that the President believes that this principled approach to diplomacy is the best way for us to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
This occasion comes in a time when the Syrian resilience amazed the whole world," Hilal said, pointing out the prominent role of students at the local, regional and international levels in clarifying the principled approach of nationalism and Arabism manifested through their full support to the Syrian Arab Army in its war against terrorism.
The author contends that while the use of the principled approach in Canadian jurisprudence has not had a significant effect on outcomes of cases, it is used because of its rhetorical power.
Jonassen and Land offer perspectives from key theorists of student-centered teaching and learning, in a principled approach to link teaching, learning and technology.
Nine resolutions were adopted, and one of them read: (Quote)We welcome the Tamil Sovereignty Cognition as a principled approach to resolving the national question of Eelam Tamils in the island of Ceylon and recognize the declaration as a milestone following the Vaddukkoaddai Resolution of 1976, the Thimpu principles of 1985 and the reaffirmation of the Vaddukkoaddai Resolution amongst the Tamil Diaspora in 2009 (End Quote)
This principled approach allows us to balance vendor relationships and the bottom line - which we refer to as "Third Law" Sourcing.
Above all he brought a highly moral and principled approach to the challenging task of getting things done in local government, with a focus always on the needs of ordinary people and the vulnerable members of our society, particularly in Splott and South Cardiff.
e foundations are there, the political will is there but the next step is the hard one - shifting the emphasis of higher education policy to an all-age, principled approach to education which is socially just and economically sound.
This distinction between the spiritual and temporal realms is the theological foundation for a principled approach to religious tolerance, even if Christians in the ensuing centuries may not always have lived up to their principles.
These then figure throughout the book, allowing students to embrace a principled approach to their own vocabulary development.

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