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What does DTR stand for?

DTR stands for Determine the Relationship

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Published in the June issue of the Journal of Nursing Scholarship, the study looked at acute care hospitals to determine the relationship between characteristics of the nursing practice environment, nurse staffing levels and ways nurses intercept medication errors on the rates of medication errors.
It is imperative we determine the relationship between climate change and glacier variations, particularly the role of precipitation, as the consequences of glacier retreat are far reaching," Li said.
Since these courses are very prevalent and the content a necessity to many students, it is therefore important to determine the relationship of motivation and learning strategies affecting learning and performance.
Wainman encouraged staff to determine the relationship of non-verbals to levels of pain and behaviors in those residents unable to express themselves, and then to observe whether regular administration of pain medication or non-medication strategies decreased those behaviors.
The researchers suggest that mutagenic activity may eventually prove to be a better indicator of exposure to the complex mixtures of DBPs than measurement of traditional DBP surrogates, but more research is needed to determine the relationship between mutagenicity and individual DBPs.
65 include the following: The New Text Replace feature which allows users to search and replace text in the explanation of selected events from the Event list; An outline view, available from within the event list of the Matter Folder, so users can easily determine the relationship between key and related events for a specific matter; The ability to add a regular non-court ruled event to an event group; The ability to rename the "Completed" check box for events, allowing users to provide the appropriate completion date; The ability to view formulas used to schedule events by right clicking on the item in the event list or on the Event Entry screen.