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DOP

The ISO 4217 currency code for Dominican Republic Peso.

DOP

ISO 4217 code for the Dominican peso. It was issued in 1937. It has periodically been subject to high inflation. The U.S. dollar is also accepted in the Dominican Republic.
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With the initiative of CPSP, WBAs were started recently in our surgical unit especially DOPS and Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (Mini-CEX) as part of postgraduates' portfolios.
An eighteen items self administrated questionnaire with rating scales was designed to assess the perceptions of the students regarding DOPS as WBA tool in general surgery.
Reliabilities of Mini-CEX, CbD, DOPS for evaluating the clinical performance of primary care medicine.
DOPS assessment: A study to evaluate the experience and opinions of trainees and assessors.
Ja quanto aos documentos do DOPS que listam o que nao pode ser dito, divulgado, tem-se um trabalho de censura no nivel do silenciamento.
Do mesmo modo, no DOPS, ha documentos que confirmam esta cooperacao, como foi abordado.
O corpo do DOPS e um instrumento politico e ideologico, o da exposicao erotica um instrumento economico, o corpo dos contos e um instrumento sociologico e psicologico.
Primary care represents the largest component of DOPS (45 physicians) and the other 170 physicians are split among 23 specialties.
In selecting athenahealth's revenue cycle management services for our physician organization, we will now be able to optimize the financial and operational workflow of our member practices and enhance the performance of our entire enterprise," said Douglas Magazu, Chief Financial Officer of DOPS.
The theory underpinning DOPS is derived from other observational methods of assessing technical skills such as the objective structured assessment of technical skills (OSATS)6.
1) Nonstandard abbreviations: (A)PTT, (activated) partial thromboplastin time; DOPC, dioleoylphosphatidylcholine; DOPS, dioleoylphosphatidylserine; DOPE, dioleoylphosphatidylethanolarnine; ICSH, International Committee for Standardization in Haematology; and INR, International Normalized Ratio.