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net national product

the GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT less CAPITAL CONSUMPTION or depreciation. It takes into account the fact that a proportion of a country's CAPITAL STOCK is used up in producing this year's output. See NATIONAL INCOME ACCOUNTS.
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NNP is set to be handed powers of competence under the Government's Devolution Bill.
The survey was sent via email to all 30 NNPs across Australia (December 2009) and consisted of three components: 1) Clinical mentors and their roles; 2) Learning strategies to support clinical education; and 3) Learning outcomes of clinical education.
NNPS invites district leaders--with their schools, which are the strongest structure for improving family and community involvement--as well as state and other education leaders to join NNPS to conduct goal-linked programs to involve families and communities in order to increase student success in school.
Award winners received a plaque, a free registration to an NNPS professional development conference, and featured coverage in the NNPS newsletter and website.
NNPS states: "The Environment Agency (EA) has noted that there is a flood risk from the River Ehen to the east of the site boundary...
The expression identified above with (1) will match a word tagged with any of FW, NN, NNS, NNP, or NNPS.
The professional development strategies, tools, and materials for planning, evaluation, and ongoing support from the NNPS, for example, aim to increase the capacity of schools and districts to conduct and sustain better partnership programs, including involvement in health education.
To date, however, no expert systems have been developed that model the unique knowledge and reasoning abilities of NNPs.
Based on surveys of 375 elementary, middle, and high schools in the National Network of Partnership Schools (NNPS), this report identifies differences and similarities in the development and quality of these schools' programs of school, family, and community partnership, examining how NNPS members at various school levels implemented partnership programs and used NNPS tools and services; support for and obstacles to partnerships; and how factors like school context, program support, and NNPS connections influenced program quality.
These two articles should be of intense interest to any NICU managers, clinical specialists, NNPs and nursing staff, as well as any other clinical area considering a proactive strategy to deal with cost constraints and demands for better outcomes and higher satisfaction.
Immediately following the pre-bid conference, NNPS will conduct a mandatory site visit.