The development and initial testing of a quantitative assessment
of ecosystem health.
Objective data provided through quantitative assessment
instruments are not used as discrete pieces of information but rather are woven into the client's story as the symbols or meanings that indicate the need for further exploration.
Whether the examination is a qualitative assessment to identify and define the type and size of the graphite phase and other constituents such as nitrides and inclusions or a quantitative assessment
of the amounts of phases, graphite shapes and nodule density, the results provide a base for comparison of microstructures.
Crucial to monitoring the effectiveness of treatment is a thorough and accurate quantitative assessment
of all chronic wounds at diagnosis and throughout treatment and follow-up.
But "a bigger questions,' she says, "may be what the effects are on the Antarctic ecosystem.' To help address this question, researchers at Palmer Station, Antarctica, have begun the first quantitative assessment
of the effects of ultraviolet radiation on phytoplankton.
The company's LiverMultiScan comprehensive analysis allows the clinician to visualize heterogeneous liver tissue and assist in clinical decision-making, provides non-invasive quantitative assessment
of the liver, using state-of-the-art multiparametric mapping techniques, suitable to aid diagnosis of patients with suspected liver disorders as well as allows more patients to benefit from non-invasive assessment of the liver through expanded compatibility with MRI systems.
M2 PHARMA-November 27, 2017-Perspectum Diagnostics Ltd awarded US FDA approval for LiverMultiScan technology for quantitative assessment
of fatty liver disease
provides an in-depth assessment of the global Telecom Network API market, including business models, business case, best practices, value chain analysis, operator and vendor strategies, vision for the future of telecom data, and a quantitative assessment
of the industry from 2016 to 2020.
This resource for social workers conducting clinical assessments emphasizes the need for social work practitioners to have a solid grasp of research in behavioral science in order to support both qualitative and quantitative assessment
. The first part of the book defines evidence-based practice for social workers and outlines principles of evidence-based practice, then overviews types of qualitative and quantitative assessment
, gives advice on selecting and implementing interventions, and offers guidance on testing interventions and evaluating programs.
The book is not prescriptive, and its approach is geared more toward a quantitative assessment
of outcomes than a qualitative assessment of educational practices.
The quantitative assessment
of economic impacts of poor sanitation and hygiene is analyzed on health, water resources, other welfare indicators, and tourism.