Full-text paper (pdf): regional variation in the characteristics, incidence and outcomes of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in australia and new zealand: results from the aus-roc epistry. Abstractaims for risk assessment in primary prevention of cardiovascular disease, different risk charts are used for high-risk and low-risk countries the obj.
Extensive scientific evidence suggests that the worldwide climate has been warming in recent decades and is likely to continue doing so (ipcc 2007) the possible contribution of human activity has produced considerable debate about appropriate responses by governments, businesses, and individuals to “mitigate” (limit) the extent of global. Language and regional variation every language has a lot of variation, especially in the way it is spoken if we just look at english, we find. To examine and describe regional variation in outcomes for persons with stroke receiving inpatient medical rehabilitation.
Language and regional variation if we are thinking of that general variety used in public broadcasting in the united states, we can refer more speciﬁcally to standard american english or,. The study of regional variation is probably the best-known and longest-established form of the study of variety, and most of us have a stereotyped picture of the earnest dialect researcher roaming through the countryside to seek out ancient rustic characters and elicit information about vocabulary and pronunciation. Inherent reason why the study of regional variation in language cannot mesh are based on the 2003 harvard dialect survey conducted by bert vaux and.
A regional variation generally refers to times when a radio station or television station simultaneously broadcasts different programmes, continuity or advertisements to different parts of its coverage area. Regional variations in adjusted outcomes table 1 table 1 variation in adjusted medicare drug and nondrug medical spending, number of monthly prescriptions filled, inpatient admissions, outpatient office visits, and emergency department visits, all in per-person-per-year units, in hospital service areas and hospital referral regions. Agricultural technology - regional variations in technique: dryland farming refers to production of crops without irrigation in regions where annual precipitation is less than 20 inches (500 millimetres). Regional variations in spanish words translated from english the same words may have different meanings in various spanish speaking regions most spanish-english-spanish dictionaries do not account for the sheer variety and flexibility of everyday spanish words and phrases in use.
The term linguistic variation (or simply variation) refers to regional, social, or contextual differences in the ways that a particular language is used variation between languages, dialects, and speakers is known as interspeaker variation. Prior to generation vii, there were already certain pokémon that had variations depending on their native geographical area, but, unlike regional variants, these pokémon do not appear to have adapted to selective pressures rather, their differences are purely aesthetic, with their type, moves, abilities, height, and weight remaining the same. Substantial variation in treatment patterns can explain geographic differences in survival outcomes in patients with lung cancer, according to a uk study 1.
Form differences are major variations that are officially recognized regional variants are pokémon that have adapted uniquely to a habitat different than their. Regional variations in suicide rates -- united states, 1990-1994 in 1994, suicides were committed by 31,142 persons in the united states (crude rate: 120 suicides per 100,000 population), and suicide was the ninth leading cause of death (1).
We sought to test whether variations across regions in end-of-life (eol) treatment intensity are associated with regional differences in patient preferences for eol care dual-language (english/spanish) survey conducted march to october 2005, either by mail or computer-assisted telephone. Chapter 6, regional and social variation variable - a characteristic shared to differing degrees by individuals in a population independent variable - in psychological research, the independent variable is a particular kind of experimental treatment psychologists compare the behavior of subjects under different experimental treatments. Regional variation in medicare service use | january 2011 iii acknowledgments the commission benefited from the individuals who generously offered their time and.Download