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Report

Written or oral confirmation that all or part of one's order has been executed, including the price and size parameters of the trade being reported; often followed by a fresh picture.

Report

1. See: Stockholder's report.

2. Confirmation that a broker makes to a client that an order has been executed. The report includes all relevant information, such as price and order size. It may be made orally or in writing. See also: Fresh picture.

report

A confirmation of a transaction at the time of execution.
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There are buttons for viewing the Last 10 registrations and Deleting a registration; Current shift report for displaying a report grouped by products and total for the shift; Previous shift report which shows the data of the previous shift; and Product change for defining what product the line is producing at the moment.
The most recent shift report received was rated in terms of relevance, objectivity, and uniqueness.
Our Change of Shift Report is electronic and on an internal, secure shared network drive so that nurses, counselors, physicians, and program service assistants or PSAs (non-medical staff who monitor and observe the patient community 24 hours a day) all have access to it.
Implementing a shift report system also requires additional administrative tasks.
Findings from this pilot study were: 1) noise levels across all study areas were greater than the 45 decibels recommended by the EPA; 2) noise levels increased significantly during change of shift report, most notably at 1500 hrs; 3) staff reported higher stress levels at 1500 hrs compared to other measurement times; 4) 10% of study respondents reported unusually high stress levels.
CE troops coming off shift report half of the flight line is underwater; BX and Commissary are in water 6 feet deep and it's rising; trees are down all over the base; the CE building has collapsed.
When that next shift comes on, rather than meeting in a room for half an hour or longer, all staff can put on their headsets and start their rounds immediately, listening to the end of shift report as they walk down the corridor.
This case study presents a dramaturgical analysis of the interactions of RNs at shift report to better understand the impact of behavioral roles on the environmental climate.
Cleaning the machines is routinely done about once each week, and each operator's shift report includes a verification of marking legibility.
Every shift report by the staff is read and reviewed by the general manager and assistant general manager on a daily basis.
Standardized handoffs, such as medication reconciliation, will not affect the remaining manual processes nor eliminate verbal communication during the standard shift report or transfer from one clinical area to another.