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emergency

a. a patient requiring urgent treatment
b. (as modifier): an emergency ward

emergency

A distress, or an urgency, condition that may affect the safety and security of the aircraft or passengers.
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Are there any areas in which you believe dental hygienists are insufficiently prepared for their role in emergency prevention or management?
It will use the money to develop training materials and provide training on mine emergency preparedness and mine emergency prevention.
We also expected that predictors of higher levels of posttraumatic stress symptoms could be: less trust in emergency services; less risk perception; less emergency prevention knowledge; no active behavior in comparison to active behavior; and no conscious behavior in comparison to conscious behavior in the emergency situation.
5 million people are living under tents and tarpaulins, Health Minister Alex Larsen announced an emergency prevention program.
These focus on different aspects of Arctic issues ranging from the protection of resources, marine life and climate to emergency prevention, and sustainable development.
To get a consensus and legal framework, the Arctic Council has a sub-body that seems ideally suited for the job: the Emergency Prevention Preparedness and Response (EPPR) working group.
An audit tool that provides baseline information through an initial assessment and tracks progress over time can best support values-based emergency prevention efforts.
The Medical History: Clinical Implications and Emergency Prevention in Dental Settings
Home Secretary Roy Jenkins was given the task of drawing up the emergency Prevention of Terrorism Bill to be rushed through Parliament.
In the aftermath of the attacks, Home Secretary Roy Jenkins was given the task of drawing up the emergency Prevention of Terrorism Bill to be rushed through Parliament.
Contact your local Red Cross, emergency management officials, law enforcement agencies, or health-care providers to participate in a regional emergency prevention and response program.

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