caseload


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caseload

the number of cases constituting the work of a doctor, solicitor, social worker, etc. over a specified period
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'As you may be aware, sine the leadership took over from its predecessors the government through the Commission has inherited a caseload of 11,778 stranded Liberian migrants from the sub-region by the end of 2017,' he said recently in Monrovia.
She said: "If we don't have a caseload, we have an overview of everything that is going on in the local clinical area.
We're going to pause a bit to see what that progressive agenda means for our caseload."
Foreclosure cases still make up a significant share of the state's Supreme Court civil caseload, although the share is falling as new filings drop and pending cases are resolved.
The "weighted caseload" formula was developed by the National Center for State Courts, a Williamsburg, Virginia-based information and resource organization that assists and advises in court administration.
The same caseload reduction could be achieved through fewer prosecutions.
She said: "Our people are grappling with more calls, incidents, crimes and caseloads." The deputy chief constable made the comments in a guest post for a blog published by Dave Thompson, chief constable of West Midlands Police.
Civil appeals are the only case type that has increased as a percentage of the overall Supreme Court caseload in recent years, said NH Supreme Court Clerk Eileen Fox.
A thought experiment: If each of the Ombudsman's total caseload of 11,000-odd cases had been filed against only one official or bureaucrat, without any duplication in the identities of the respondent, the number would represent less than 1 percent of the government workforce of 1.3 million.
District Judge Janis Jack of Corpus Christi to order CPS to take steps such as hiring more qualified caseworkers and setting lower caseload limits.
Implementing caseload, continuity of care, midwifery models improves outcomes and has significant benefits for the woman and baby (National Health Service, 2014; Sandall, Devane, Soltani, Hatem, & Gates, 2010; Sandall, Soltani, Gates, Shennan, & Devane, 2013), and enhances women's and midwives' satisfaction (Collins, Fereday, Pincombe, Oster, & Turnbull, 2010; Ministry of Health, 2011).