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UNHCR's Evaluation Plan and Activities

UNHCR's Inspection Plan and Activities

On the use of administrative databases to support planning activities The case of the evaluation of neonatal case‐mix in the Emilia–Romagna region using DRG and APR–DRG classification systems

Promoting physical activity: An inter-sectorial activity between health and spatial planning Danilo Cereda

On the use of administrative databases to support planning activities: a comment

The negative effect of financial constraints on planning prevention activities: some evidence from the Italian experience

The Austrian radon activities on the way to the national radon action plan

When Planning Fails: Individual Differences and Error-related Brain Activity in Problem Solving

Predicting changes in physical activity among adolescents: the role of self-efficacy, intention, action planning and coping planning

Volitional and Accidental Nonadherence to Pediatric Inflammatory Bowel Disease Treatment Plans: Initial Investigation of Associations with Quality of Life and Disease Activity

Future planning: default network activity couples with frontoparietal control network and reward-processing regions during process and outcome simulations

Building capacity in local government for integrated planning to increase physical activity: evaluation of the VicHealth MetroACTIVE program

The development, validity and application of a new instrument to assess the quality of discharge planning activities from the community perspective

Task Design, Plan, and Development of Talk‐in‐Interaction: An Analysis of a Small Group Activity in a Japanese Language Classroom

Maximizing children’s physical activity: an evaluability assessment to plan a community-based, multi-strategy approach in an ethno-racially and socio-economically diverse city

 

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A detailed plan for managing a single resource programme, designed to achieve specific objectives, and usually developed only when needed to support more general land use plan decisions. An example is a habitat management plan for the conservation of a particular wildlife habitat.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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