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AcronymDefinition
DIDrill Instructor
DIData In
DIDue In
diDas Ist (German: that is)
DIDestiNation ImagiNation
DIDivision(al)
DIDigital Input
DIDirect Injection (connection of an electrical musical instrument to a mixer)
DIDigital Intermediate
DIDisability Insurance
DIDisability Income
DIData Item
DIDigitally Imported (internet radio)
DIDiagnostic Imaging
DIDependency Injection
DIDirect Instruction
DIDigital Interface
DIDistilled (water)
DIDocument Imaging
DIDrug Induced
DIDiscovery Institute
DIDivine Intervention (World of Warcraft; band)
DIDig It (Beatles song)
DIDeath Index
DIData Integrator
DIDagens Industri (Swedish newspaper)
DIDesert Inn (Las Vegas)
DIDivine Inspiration (band)
DIDuctile Iron
DIDifferentiated Instruction (education)
DIDirect Injection (CAT)
DIDetective Inspector
DIData Interchange
DIDiabetes Insipidus (water diabetes)
DIDeionized (Water)
DIDramatic Interpretation
DIDonor Insemination
DiInternal Diameter
DIDefense Information
DIDance Instructor
DIDietetic Internship
DIDirectorate of Intelligence
DIDigital Imagery
DIDramatiska Institutet (Swedish university for arts and media)
DIDesign Interface
DIDisability Index
DIDeinstitutionalization
DIDiplomi Insinööri (Finnish Degree)
DIDirection Indicator (aviation)
DIDegree of Integration
DIData Interoperability
DIDestructive Interference (physics)
DIDestination Index
DIDiana/Diane
DIDouble Integral
DIDentinogenesis Imperfecta
DIDouble Insulated
DIDisabled Individual
DIDesign Instruction
DIDyslexia Institute (UK)
DIDynamic Interface
DIDeseret Industries
DIDocument Identifier
DIDetrusor Instability
DIDiscussion Item
DIDisable Interrupt (assembly language instruction)
DIDeflation-Inflation (volcanic tilt event0
DIDelay Insensitive
DIDielectric Isolation
DIDirector of Investigations
DIDéchets Inertes (French: Inert Waste; nuclear energy)
DIDevelopment Item
DIDistinctive Insignia
DIDeMolay International
DIDistrict Inspector
DIDuo Interpretation (oratorical exercise)
DIDirector of Investments
DIDismounted Infantry
DIDriver Identification
DIDelay Index
DIDestiny Islands (video game Kingdom Hearts)
DIDomain Integration
DiDamage Incorporated (gaming clan)
DIDamage Incorporated (computer game)
DIDental Index
DIDistribution Interface
DIDiastolic Interval
DIDiagnostic Inspection
DIDoppler Index
DIDrunk and Incapable
DIDecoder Identification
DIDiameter-Inch (welding production for piping construction)
DIDirecting Implementation (common feature; Capability Maturity Model Integration)
DIDebt Indicator
DIDorsal Interossei
DIDate Integrity
DIDrainage Inlet
DIDesignated Inspection
DIDry Injection
DIDesktop Instructions
DIDesk Instructions
DIDiscipline Instructor
DIDIA Directorate for Intelligence Production (US DoD)
DIDrugs Inspector (India)
DIDelay Indefinite
DIdiscrete identifier (US DoD)
DIDiodes for Isolation
DIDesignation Indicator
DIDangerous Impoundment
DIDefense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Directorate for Analysis (US DoD)
DIDormitory Inspection
DIDeparture Approval Request for IFR Flight
DIDependability/Directivity Index
DIDaily Intake (nutrition; various organizations)
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Thus, decisions to be taken by the justice system, in congruence with the health care and social assistance, may consider the following options: work on the reorientation of the care mode at the state level, which had been predominantly custodial and hospital-centered before: the care place becomes the community itself; promote the admission of the judiciary patient as treatment of last resort and for the shortest time possible; prohibit admissions to asylums; create alternative services to hospitals and ensure greater investment in primary health care network; create specific policies for deinstitutionalization and social reintegration of long inpatients; improve cross-sector policies for wholeness care.
In litigation and lobbying during the past decade, advocates of deinstitutionalization have focused on expanding and defending precisely these important investments in community services.
In British Columbia, the most recent phase of deinstitutionalization began in 2000 and has involved both the restructuring of the province's only tertiary psychiatric facility, Riverview Hospital, and the transfer of people from the Lower Mainland to different facilities throughout the province.
The authors begin with an overview of 17th century "Moral therapy" and progress through the development of the medical model in the 19th and 20th century to the various paradigms of the second half of the 20th century that accompanied deinstitutionalization.
Deinstitutionalization has refocused delivery of care to this population over the last several decades from large public institutions to community settings.
In her piece of June 1990 entitled "Madness" (CD 24:4), Angela Browne attacked the use of drug therapy and the deinstitutionalization of mental patients as a neo-liberal technique for reducing costs in lieu of providing social support and the possibility of self-help.
That doesn't occur in the current era of deinstitutionalization, observed Dr.
Similarly, Hendershott is probably correct to contrast the massive diagnosis of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in white, upper-middle class American school children--now taking drugs for "brain dysfunction"--with the deinstitutionalization of thousands of indigent, mentally ill adults in the 1980s.
Deinstitutionalization of the mentally ill has had an enormous impact on the mentally ill, the community, family members and taxpayers.
This whole deinstitutionalization process was just as involuntary as the institutionalization process.
Community residents did not support deinstitutionalization and social integration policies and argued against group homes.