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2011) developed the original KiKS questionnaire through a systematic method of survey development, administration, and analysis of questions that measure disease-specific knowledge in patients with CKD.
Ninety-eight out of 100 eligible participants fully completed the KiKS questionnaire in the second part of the study.
This hypothesis was not supported; results revealed that only 10% of study participants scored 80% or more on the KiKS survey (M = 62%, SD = 15%, range 32% to 89%, mode 69%).
The findings of this study incidentally strengthen the validity and reliability of the KiKS survey to identify kidney disease knowledge among individuals with CKD under nephrology care.
For a contextualization of the 1802 razing of the Russian Fort Saint Michael at Sitka see Herb Hope, "The Kiks.
With two primary trends driving the I/T decision for healthcare providers -- including telematics (the integrated digitalization of hospital processes), and the exchange of data between the service carriers and cost carriers -- this deployment of a common integration platform has enabled the seamless flow of information to and from the organization's hospital information and communication system, KIKS.
The LVA Westfalen initiative consists of three pillars, which serve as the foundation for KIKS.
The KIKS pilot project, which has been up and running in two clinics for more than one year, has received positive reactions from healthcare organizations across Germany.
File reference number attributed by the contracting authority: HBA KIKS
president Jerika Ejercito; Kiks Yao of Seventh High and Apex Lounge; and Apex Lounge regular performer and bossa nova singer Sitti Navarro.
IFC will offer suppliers short-term working capital financing, with tiered pricing and lower costs for those suppliers which score strong performance under KiKs environmental and social monitoring ratings system.