The proposed project will reconstruct Cottage Grove Rd to a four lane, urban boulevard section. The proposed street layout will include two through lanes and on street bike lanes in each direction, with a raised center median and left turn lanes at intersections. The reconstruction of the street will include the replacement of the pavement, base material, curb and gutter and drive aprons.
Numbers of young people in Coventry needing help Referrals to Positive Choices since April 2020 are 276 which is an 11% increase for the year to date. Young people’s engagement in the service has increased by 7% during the pandemic. This could be due to having a wider range of digital options to engage young people, where before the service would automatically see a young person face to face.
The pursuit of healthcare quality is a global trend as countries attempt to maximise the usage of resources amidst concerns about increasing costs and patient safety. The incentives for high quality care were traditionally provided by the tort system of medical negligence; however, modifications to this system saw it replaced in the UK in 1990 with a fault based enterprise liability system (NHS Indemnity) NHS trusts were now indemnified for clinical negligence claims in return for the payment of insurance premiums to the NHSLA which assumed responsibility for claims management. The incentives for quality care in this system evolved to a system of risk management standards in the 2002 2009 period such standards offered reputational and financial benefits to trusts who achieved higher risk management levels (the attainment of such higher levels is proposed to be dependent on the trust governance structure and financial health), and the impact of this system on the clinical negligence outcomes of NHS trusts is the particular focus of this study.A lack of suitable data restricted previous studies of the effectiveness of risk management standards; however, the availability of such data permitted an empirical analysis of a unique panel database.
This study arises from two contextualised problems faced by the students at the Faculty of Applied Sciences (FAS) of a small university in Sri Lanka. English). The ideas developed in this study are based on the argument that dialogic lecturer student interaction, which enables students to take a more active role in discussions compared to the use of recitation scripts (questions answers evaluations) developed in non dialogic interactions, is likely to be beneficial for students’ content and language development.