This exchanging of information will build partnerships that will advance Qatar's national research agenda and promote research that is vital for Qatar, the region and the world," said Faisal al-Suwaidi, president of Research and Development at Qatar Foundation.
What does NRA stand for?
NRA stands for National Research Agenda
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- National Recovery Administration
- National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
- National Recreation Association
- National Reform Association
- National Register of Archives
- National Registration Authority (Australia)
- National Regulatory Agency
- National Regulatory Authority
- National Rehabilitation Association
- National Renderers Association
- National Reserve Account
- National Resistance Army (Uganda)
- National Restaurant Association
- National Revolutionary Army (Republic of China)
- National Rifle Association
- National Ringworm Association (The Simpsons)
- National Rivers Authority (UK)
- National Roads Authority (Ireland)
- National Rocketry Association
- National Rodeo Association (Australia)
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It is pertinent to mention here that two-day Inter-Provincial Research Conference has been organized to formulate National Research Agenda (NRA) to carry forward coordinated efforts for the agriculture research.
Specifically, the report proposes creation of an independent scientific advisory committee (SAC) with a twofold mission to (1) develop a transparent process for identifying and prioritizing research needs and opportunities in highway safety, with emphasis on infrastructure and operations, and (2) use the process to recommend a national research agenda focused on highway infrastructure and operations safety.
Released during APHA's 135th Annual Meeting in November, "Building a National Research Agenda for the Community Health Worker Field" is the result of a two-day conference aimed, in part, at pinpointing data needed to "establish the (community health worker) field as an occupational group whose roles, value and work force needs are widely understood and accepted within the health care system.
We have introduced professional standards, hosted an international symposium and are developing a national research agenda.
Setting a national research agenda that addresses known gaps in evidence and makes communication regarding ongoing research studies a national priority.
Discussing the structural elements of a national research agenda and identifying ways of implementing the research agenda 4.