EPR

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AcronymDefinition
EPREmergency Preparedness and Response (US DHS)
EPRElectron Paramagnetic Resonance
EPRElectronic Patient Record(s)
EPREthics and Professional Responsibility (law)
EPRExtended Producer Responsibility
EPREducation, Practice and Research (New York State Nurses Association; Latham, NY)
EPREndpoint Reference
EPREthylene-Propylene Rubber
EPRExpiratory Pressure Relief
EPREjército Popular Revolucionario (Spanish: Popular Revolutionary Army; Mexico)
EPREmployee Performance Review (various organizations)
EPREnvironmental Performance Review (various organizations)
EPRExpress Press Release (distribution)
EPREuropean Platform for Rehabilitation
EPRElectronic Public Relations
EPREnd Point Reference
EPREinstein, Podolsky, and Rosen (quantum paradox)
EPREngine Pressure Ratio
EPREuropean Pressurised Water Reactor (Franco-German project)
EPREuropean Prison Rules (est .1973)
EPREnlisted Performance Report
EPRExtended Product Responsibility
EPREthics, Philosophy and Religion (various organizations)
EPREvolutionary Pressurized Water Reactor (nuclear energy)
EPREmergency Power Rules
EPRExternal Peer Review
EPREnergy Profit Ratio (alternative energies)
EPREast Pakistan Rifles (Pakistani Civil War regiment)
EPRExxon Production Research Company (Houston, Texas)
EPREvaporator Pressure Regulator
EPREuropean Power Reactor
EPREnvironmental Program Requirements (report)
EPREarnings Price Ratio
EPREarth Potential Rise (electrical engineering)
EPREnvironment Press Release
EPREvolutionary Pressurized Reactor
EPREnterprise Permission Reporter (software)
EPREsperance, Western Australia, Australia - Esperance (Airport Code)
EPRExhaustive Photon Reassignment
EPRExhibition Park Raceway
EPREducational Psychology Review
EPREmployee Profile Record
EPRExport Permit Regulations (Canada)
EPREquivalent Parallel Resistance
EPREncryption Pause/Resume (Bluetooth)
EPREngineer Photographic and Reproduction (US Navy)
EPREstrogen and Progesterone Receptors
EPREnhanced Product Realization
EPREthernet Private Ring
EPREastern Paranormal Research (Maryland)
EPREssential Performance Requirement
EPREquipment Performance Report
EPREmergency Planning Room
EPRElectrochemical Potentiometer Reactivation
EPRElectrical Power Requirement
EPREngine/Exhaust Pressure Ratio
EPRExpected Progress Routing
EPREquipment Problem Report
EPREngineering Planning Request
EPREnvironmental Profile Report
EPREquipping Process Roadmap
EPREngineering Property Records
EPRExecutive Program Review
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Islamabad -- Islamabad High Court Judge Justice Noor-ul-Haq Qureshi has underlined the need for ethics and professional responsibility for all professionals.
He said that ethics and professional responsibility are also essential for effective functioning of the judicial system.
This retrospective review analyzed outcomes of 1 evaluation mechanism employed at Idaho State University: the Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility Report and Self Assessment completed by students as a course requirement ill each of the 4 semesters of the professional phase of the curriculum.
Regular self assessment of ethics and professional responsibility provides an opportunity for students to reflect and for program outcomes assessment of this domain.
and educational consultant, American Bar Association) provides a concise version of Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, which addresses legal ethics of particular interest to them.
Currently, only 10 states mandate continuing training on ethics and professional responsibility, typically requiring two hours annually or four hours every two years.
Accounting firms and other employers of accountants must ascertain whether the CPAs they hire are adequately trained on issues of ethics and professional responsibility.
Sign the IBCFP declaration to uphold the IBCFP Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility.
IBCFP General Information Booklet IBCFP Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility International Board of Standards and Practices for
For this part of the analysis, the researchers created two, scaled variables that aggregated and averaged the questions regarding ethics and professional responsibility in the didactic component of a program.