A systematic care program for bipolar disorder significantly reduces risk of mania over 12 months.
They will be reduced and to a certain extent they will be systematic.[external_link_head]
A systematic formalism to define activities and business processes is presented, as well as clear mathematical formulation and template representations.
The text is unique, as it represents the work of a single author, who cogently articulates a systematic approach to psychiatry.
Singularly lacking is a systematic, replicable method of identifying the strategies these parties pursue.[external_link offset=1]
Now that we can differentiate systematic non-proportionality from the effects of random error and lumpiness, let us look again at the issue of proportional allocations.
It took a long time to develop ‘ a systematic, subject-based taxonomy for such a new field of study’, as the editors say.
There also had to be a sufficient level of evidence (in the form of randomized controlled trials) to support systematic review and meta-analysis.
Moreover, as the measurements were taken by different nurses, the possibility of any systematic error in measurement is also unlikely.
Effects of preventative home visits to elderly people living in the community: systematic review.
Virtually all of these efforts presume, encourage, and sometimes even require modeling to accompany systematic reviews of clinical evidence (10).[external_link offset=2]
Any systematic error should be corrected as quickly as possible in a course of treatment.
Unfortunately, there are no cross-nationally comparable measures of this relationship that would make a systematic analysis possible.
The lack of systematic age monitoring appeared to reflect an unofficial consensus which placed age at the bottom of the equality agenda.
The database has many assessments in the area of prevention, whereof most are systematic reviews.
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