Staffing definition

Staffing means a regularly scheduled review of a patient’s treatment goals, the treatment strategies and objectives being utilized or proposed, potential amendments to the treatment plan and the patient’s progress or lack of progress, including placement criteria for the level of care the patient is in, with partic- ipants to include at least the patient’s primary counselor and the clinical supervisor, and a mental health professional if the patient is dually diagnosed.

Examples of Staffing in a sentence

  • STAFFING REQUIREMENTS:RCSD1 reserves the right to alter the number of staff and hours required on a temporary or permanent basis.

  • COMMISSIONER OF HUMAN SERVICES; TEMPORARY STAFFING POOL; APPROPRIATION.

  • THE NURSE STAFFING COMMITTEE MUST HAVE AT LEAST SIXTY PERCENT OR GREATER PARTICIPATION BY CLINICAL STAFF NURSES, IN ADDITION TO AUXILIARY PERSONNEL AND NURSE MANAGERS.

  • CALL CENTRE - STAFFING ARRANGEMENTS (a) Shift rosters will be prepared taking into account business needs, skill levels required to handle the business offering and where possible employee preferences in line with established processes.

  • STAFFING LEVELS AS AT 30 JUNE 05 (Table A) Establishment PostsStaffing Full TimeStaffing Part TimeTotal PostsFTE CommentsThis report does not include Helen Style who is currently seconded to the ODPM.


More Definitions of Staffing

Staffing means the meeting before a drug offender's appearance in drug court in which the drug court team discusses a coordinated response to the drug offender's behavior.
Staffing means a regularly scheduled, informal conference not occurring in open court, the purpose of which is to permit the presiding judge and others, including counsel, to discuss a participant’s progress in a problem-solving court, treatment recommendations, or responses to participant compliance issues. See Rule 2.9(6).
Staffing means recruitment, on-hire, contracting, workforce consulting and workforce solutions services.
Staffing means the meeting before a drug
Staffing means a regular review of a client’s treatment plan goals progress which involves the client’s assigned primary clinical staff person and other persons involved in the implementation of the treatment plan when indicated.