itemize

出典: meddic

  • vt.
  • 1. to state by items; give the particulars of; list the individual units or parts of: to itemize an account. (Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, c Random House, Inc. 2011.)
  • 2. to list as an item or separate part: to itemize deductions on an income-tax return. (Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, c Random House, Inc. 2011.)
→ 項目別/個条書きにする
  • vi.

WordNet   license wordnet

「place on a list of items; "itemize one''s tax deductions"」
itemise

英文文献

  • Transcultural Mapping and Usability Testing of the Clinical Care Classification System for an Iranian Neonatal ICU Population.
  • Varzeshnezhad M, Rassouli M, Tafreshi MZ, Ghorbanpour RK, Moss J.Author information Author Affiliations: NICU Nursing (Ms Varzeshnezhad), Pediatric NursingDepartment (Dr Rassouli), and Nursing Management Department (Dr Zagheri Tafreshi), Nursing & Midwifery School, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences; and Payam-E Noor University (Mr Kashef Ghorbanpour), Tehran, Iran; and Department of Adult/Acute Health, Chronic Care and Foundations, School of Nursing, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Dr Moss).AbstractThe aim of this research study was to map nursing diagnoses and interventions documented and observed in a neonatal ICU to the Clinical Care Classification system and to validate the translation of these mapped diagnoses and interventions into Persian. This descriptive research used directed content analysis to map diagnoses and interventions to the Clinical Care Classification. Documentation reports of nursing care were extracted from a paper-based documentation system for infants hospitalized in April, May, and June 2011. Observations of care were conducted and compared with documentation to itemize any interventions not included in the documented record. Documented reports of nurses' care and recorded observations were analyzed through directed content analysis, and obtained expressions were mapped to the diagnoses and intervention coding system of the Clinical Care Classification and translated into Persian. Validation of the subsequent code translation was obtained from nursing experts using the Delphi method in two rounds. Findings showed the most frequent nursing diagnoses were related to respiratory condition of infants such as mechanical ventilation dependency (21.1%), and the most frequent nursing interventions were related to completing physician orders such as blood sampling and medication administration (23.9%). Only 47.8% of Clinical Care Classification diagnoses and interventions codes were reflected in the data set. The relatively low rate of nursing care documented in therecords could be due to both the lack of a nursingcare delivery framework, such as the nursing process, and the lack of any framework or standardization in the documentation system in this setting. Using a framework for care delivery and a coding system for documentation of care such as the ClinicalCare Classification would allow for the more complete documentation of nursing care and subsequently the ability to track and analyze this care.
  • Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN.Comput Inform Nurs.2014 Jan 14. [Epub ahead of print]
  • The aim of this research study was to map nursing diagnoses and interventions documented and observed in a neonatal ICU to the Clinical Care Classification system and to validate the translation of these mapped diagnoses and interventions into Persian. This descriptive research used directed content
  • PMID 24429835
  • Physicians' Knowledge of the Glasgow Coma Scale in a Nigerian University Hospital: Is the Simple GCS Still Too Complex?
  • Adeleye AO, Owolabi MO, Rabiu TB, Orimadegun AE.Author information Division of Neurological Surgery, Department of Surgery, College Of Medicine, University of Ibadan Ibadan, Nigeria.AbstractObjective: The Glasgow Coma Scale, GCS, is a universal clinical means of quantifying the level of impaired consciousness. Although physicians usually receive undergraduate and postgraduate training in the use of this scale in our university hospital we are aware of studies suggesting that the working knowledge of the GCS among practising physicians might not be adequate. Methods: We carried out a questionnaire-based survey across all specialties and levels of training of physicians in active patient care in a Nigerian university hospital. Results: Of the 100 physicians sampled, 98 correctly spelled out what the three-letter abbreviation, GCS, stands for. Ninety-three percent also conceded it to be an important clinical rating scale. However, only 55-89% of the participants correctly identified the three respective clinical variables, (eye opening, verbal response, and motor response), of the GCS. More particularly, the participants' ability to itemize and correctly score all the respective components of each of the three clinical variables ranged from 0 to 35% across specialties and levels of training. Performance was best for the four-item eye opening variable and, worst for the six-item motor response variable. Conclusion: In our university hospital, practising physicians' working knowledge of the GCS is inadequate and is dependent on the degree of the complexity of each of the three clinical variables of the scale.
  • Frontiers in neurology.Front Neurol.2012 Mar 9;3:28. doi: 10.3389/fneur.2012.00028. eCollection 2012.
  • Objective: The Glasgow Coma Scale, GCS, is a universal clinical means of quantifying the level of impaired consciousness. Although physicians usually receive undergraduate and postgraduate training in the use of this scale in our university hospital we are aware of studies suggesting that the workin
  • PMID 22408634
  • Guidelines for evaluating the educational performance of medical school faculty: priming a national conversation.
  • Baldwin C, Chandran L, Gusic M.Author information Department of Pediatrics, Golisano Children’s Hospital at Strong, University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, 601 Elmwood Avenue, Rochester, NY 14642, USA. baldwin@urmc.rochester.eduAbstractBACKGROUND: The academic community needs a sound framework for the promotion and advancement of educators. The Group on Educational Affairs of the Association of American Medical Colleges organized a consensus conference that affirmed the use of five domains for documenting the quantity and quality of scholarly engagement in educational activities: teaching, curriculum, advising/mentoring, educational leadership/administration, and learner assessment.
  • Teaching and learning in medicine.Teach Learn Med.2011 Jul-Sep;23(3):285-97. doi: 10.1080/10401334.2011.586936.
  • BACKGROUND: The academic community needs a sound framework for the promotion and advancement of educators. The Group on Educational Affairs of the Association of American Medical Colleges organized a consensus conference that affirmed the use of five domains for documenting the quantity and quality
  • PMID 21745065
  • How the Affordable Care Act can help move States toward a high-performing system of long-term services and supports.
  • Reinhard SC, Kassner E, Houser A.Author information Public Policy Institute at AARP, Washington, DC, USA. sreinhard@aarp.orgAbstractThe United States may advance toward a high-performing health care system that offers long-term services and supports for people with disabilities and chronic conditions, or it may retreat from gains achieved in recent years. Since the 1980s, policy makers and advocates for the disabled have sought to move from a system that emphasizes nursing homes and institutional care to one that includes a broader range of care options. The Affordable Care Act of 2010 gives this movement a considerable boost by offering states timely new options and enhanced federal funding to create a care system that meets the diverse needs and preferences of people with disabilities and that also recognizes the role of family caregivers. In this paper we outline the five key characteristics of a high-performing system of long-term services and supports. We describe an emerging "scorecard" that could help measure states' progress toward this goal. And we itemize aspects of the Affordable Care Act intended to support the creation of such a high-performing system for the disabled and those with chronic conditions.
  • Health affairs (Project Hope).Health Aff (Millwood).2011 Mar;30(3):447-53. doi: 10.1377/hlthaff.2011.0099.
  • The United States may advance toward a high-performing health care system that offers long-term services and supports for people with disabilities and chronic conditions, or it may retreat from gains achieved in recent years. Since the 1980s, policy makers and advocates for the disabled have sought
  • PMID 21383363

和文文献

  • 教育支援ツールとしてのeポートフォリオの活用
  • 長崎国際大学論叢 = Nagasaki International University review 16, 31-40, 2016
  • NAID 120005772181
  • 大学院生による学校臨床心理実習の活動指針作成の試み : 学校臨床心理実習6年間の実践から
  • 立正大学心理学研究所紀要 The journal of the Institute of Psycology, Rissho University (13), 1-8, 2015
  • NAID 120005598988
  • コンソール/モバイルゲームの訴求構造抽出手法の提案(ゲーム,エンタテイメントのためのメディアとリアリティ,一般)
  • 電子情報通信学会技術研究報告. MVE, マルチメディア・仮想環境基礎 114(73), 93-98, 2014-05-30
  • NAID 110009925616
  • コンソール/モバイルゲームの訴求構造抽出手法の提案
  • 研究報告エンタテインメントコンピューティング(EC) 2014-EC-32(19), 1-6, 2014-05-30
  • NAID 110009784645

関連リンク

箇条書きのいろいろ 記号付き箇条書き(itemize) 基本 \begin{itemize} \item 運動の第一法則とは,慣性の法則のことです. \item 運動の第二法則とは,運動方程式のことです. \item 運動の第三法則とは,作用反作用の法則のことです. \end ...
itemize 【他動】項目別[個条書き]にする - アルクがお届けする進化するオンライン英和・和英辞書データベース。一般的な単語や連語から、イディオム、専門用語、スラングまで幅広く収録。
Snapping a photo is as good as entering the information by hand. Instant expense management with the click of a photo. Don't settle for standard. Itemize. ... Create an Expense in a Snap Snapping a photo is as good as entering the ...

関連画像


押しても画像が表示されない場合はサーバが混雑しています。2週間ほどあけて、再度押下してください。


★リンクテーブル★
拡張検索itemize,itemise

itemize,itemise」

  [★]

PrepTutorEJDIC   license prepejdic

「…‘を'箇条書きにする;…‘を'項目別に分ける」

"http://meddic.jp/itemize" より作成


★コメント★

[メモ入力エリア]
※コメント5000文字まで
ニックネーム:
コメント:




表示
個人用ツール


  meddic.jp

リンク
連絡