Setting. Any suitable means of setting of the AS is allowed, provided that such means does not inadvertently cause false alarms.
Setting. The qualitative component of this study conducted in-depth interviews with providers who worked with adolescents to provide SRH services, including physicians, social workers, health promoters, nurses and one health facility director. In total, fifteen interviews were conducted with providers at all three institutions in two states, Mexico and Oaxaca. The geographic location of these interviews was intentional to capture any regional differences that may exist due to differences in access to education, availability of adequate housing, and poverty levels. Mexico is comprised of thirty-two states and in 2014, the country was home to 120 million residents. Mexico State is the most populous state in the country, with 16.6 million residents, or 14% of the country’s population. The Federal District (D.F.) is located in the state of Mexico, and is home to 8.7 million residents. In contrast, the state of Oaxaca has a state-wide population of 3.9 million residents, and is home to the largest indigenous population in the country. The vast majority of this state is rural with the exception of its popular tourist destinations along the coast. Research Design and Procedures Interviews were conducted using a semi-structured interview guide created by the INMUJERES/INSP researchers (See Appendix 1). These interview guides were developed by reviewing information obtained from national and international scientific literature on previous studies related to SRH. A pilot was conducted in August of 2012 with health care providers working in SRH services with adolescents; the data generated in the pilot were not included in this analysis. The interviews were conducted by two professionals who had training in qualitative methodology and experience in conducting key-informant interviews. These interviews were conducted in-person at their place of work, and were recorded with participants’ permission. The recordings were transcribed verbatim and de-identified in order to protect the confidentiality of the providers. Data Analysis The analysis was initiated by researchers at INSP who created a standard codebook which was finalized after conducting an inter-coder agreement process between two INSP researchers. The codebook for this project consisted of nine codes covering various topics of interest including the provision of SRH services, the providers’ work environment, institutional processes, youth friendly services, and the socio-contextual environment in which providers worked...
Setting. The particular value at which a variable function is fixed for a given solution. Example: For February 2006, the base constraint setting for ANC MD-11 CAP was 217 CH/day.
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Setting. The District retains its authority to establish minimum number of hours of assignment for individuals employed in its ECFE Program. The District will establish the calendar for its ECFE program in consultation with ECFE employees and based on the needs of students.
Setting. The District retains its authority to establish the minimum hours of assignment for individuals employed in its Adult Literacy Program. Forty
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Setting. VRND is a public drug treatment facility affiliated with Yuschenko Regional Psychiatric Hospital, and the Department of Medical Psychology and Psychiatry of Vinnitsya Pirogov Medical University. Traditionally, treatment consists of three phases: N medical therapy (adrenergic blockers for withdrawal and detoxification, minor tranquilizers for anxiety and agitation, major tranquilizers for psychosis, antidepressants for depression, vitamins, general nursing and medical care, and referrals), and rarely used physiotherapy (trans-cranial impulse stimulation, electro sleep) and conditioned aversive reflex therapy; N psychotherapy (individual and group counseling, without strict adherence to any systematic evidence-based model); N rehabilitation and supportive therapy (surveillance, prophylactic treatment, medical services, employment assistance, family recovery). There are four inpatient departments and one outpatient department in the VRND. One of the inpatient departments provides acute medical care for intoxications and psychoses, and the other three serve all other patients, without evident specialization by nosology or other patient characteristics. There are three full-time physicians (narcologists) and 12 nurses in each department. There are four psychologists serving all departments in the VRND. In total there are 37 direct treatment providers and 118 support personnel in the VRND and its affiliated medical institutions. The VRND is a 160-bed facility, but these beds are rarely full due to inadequacy and cost of drug addiction treatment in Ukraine. On average, admissions over the past 5 years were 1500 patients per year or 125 per month. Median duration of in-patient stay was 21 days. Although the police brought many patients to the hospital for alcohol detoxification, treatment at the VRND is voluntary, and self- or family-referred. Alcohol-related disorders among registered patients were most common (89.8%), with 10.2% of patients diagnosed with opiate, marijuana, or other substance-related disorders. Depression and psychotic disorders were reported in approximately 30% of the patients. Males represented approximately 70% of the patient population and females 30% with an age range of 18– 65 years. Participants Participants for this study were recruited through an announcement made to VRND patients and staff by the Director of the VRND. Participation was voluntary, and everybody who volunteered was eligible and participated. Staff participants constitut...
Setting. The terms under which an employee is originally assigned to work when hired into a 17 new position.