CHESLA

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CHESLAConnecticut Higher Education Supplemental Loan Authority
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The 'A' rating on the CHESLA bonds, one notch below Connecticut's 'A+' Issuer Default Rating (IDR), reflects the state's pledge to fund the SCRF without requiring further legislative approval.
Chesla (Eds.), Expertise in nursing practice: caring, clinical judgement & ethics (2nd ed., pp.
"Today, network access must be dynamic and fluid, supporting identity and application-based use cases," Chesla says.
Benner, Patricia A, Tanner, Christine A, Chesla Catherine A.
According to Confucius, out of four social strata which includes scholars (Shi), farmers (nong), workers (gong), and businessmen (Shang) based on occupation (Park & Chesla, 2007), the scholars strata is considered the highest class.
I would like to thank the two anonymous reviewers of the CJS for their encouraging comments, Fam Loutfi for her speedy translation of the abstract, and the following individuals for significantly improving my comprehension of Foucault's French: Thibaut Barrat, Nicholle Videau, William Saulnier, Chesla Carver-Daley and Stephanie Cormier.
Individuals with diabetes are at high risk for depression (Naranjo, Hessler, Deol, & Chesla, 2012).
Chesla, "Do family interventions improve health?" Journal of Family Nursing, vol.
Chesla, "Parents' caring practices with schizophrenic offspring," Qualitative Health Research, vol.
In such a partnership, farm/ranch dwellers become more responsible for their own care and take an active role in making health care related decisions in concert with their health care providers (Fox & Chesla, 2008).