FBI

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AcronymDefinition
FBIFederal Bureau of Investigation (US government)
FBIFaith Bible Institute
FBIFaith Based Initiatives
FBIFood Borne Illness
FBIFachbereich Informatik (German: department for computer science)
FBIFull Blooded Italian
FBIFeedback Information (3GPP)
FBIFarm Bureau Insurance
FBIFirm Believer in Christ
FBIFull Blooded Italians (pro wrestling)
FBIFidelity, Bravery, Integrity (motto, Federal Bureau of Investigation)
FBIFrom Big Island (Hawaii)
FBIFull Blooded Indian
FBIFinance, Banking and Insurance
FBIFamily-Based Intervention
FBIForbrukerinspektørene
FBIFamous But Incompetent (common slang used by militia groups)
FBIFirst Baltic International
FBIFeedback Inhibition
FBIFrame Buffer Image
FBIFédération Biterroise d'Improvisation (French: Federation of Beziers Improvisation)
FBIFluidized Bed Incinerator
FBIForbidden Planet International
FBIForest Based Industry
FBIFiscale Beleggingsinstelling (Dutch: Fiscal Investment Institution)
FBIFront des Banlieues Indépendant (French: Front of Independent Suburbs)
FBIFat Boys of Illinois
FBIFrance Bâtiment Industrie (French building industry)
FBIFederation of British Industries
FBIFrontier Booking International (Hollywood, CA, USA)
FBIFun Bits Interactive (Seattle, WA)
FBIFemale Body Inspectors (gaming group)
FBIFlowers By Irene (Simpsons)
FBIFee-Based Income
FBIFerrous Basic Integral (coating thickness gages on steel, ferrous substrates)
FBIFenerbahce Incorporated (football team in Turkey)
FBIForeign Born Irish
FBIForce, Magnetic (B field), Current (I)
FBIFood & Beverage Institute (Culinary Institute of America)
FBIFull Blooded Irish
FBIFile by Internet (taxation; UK)
FBIFile Based Installer
FBIFairytale Believers Incorporated
FBIFrisco Bay Industries (Montreal, Canada)
FBIFull Blooded Ilocano (Philippines from Big Island of Hawai'i)
FBIFirm Believer in Islam
FBIFiji Born Indian
FBIFrance Britain Ireland (band in Swords, Co. Dublin, Ireland)
FBIForce by Intelligence (gaming clan)
FBIFoliar Browse Index
FBIFungi, Bacteria, and Invertebrate
FBIFunny Business Incorporated (Danish website)
FBIFrank's Breakfast Inn (fictional, Adventures In Odyssey)
FBIFungi, Bacteria and Insects
FBIFuture Business Intercommunications Limited
FBIFunny, Beautiful, Intelligent
FBIFederal Building Industries Company LLC (Dubai, UAE)
FBIFubu Bodywear Incorporated
FBIFile Based Inserting
FBIFlyen Boyz, Inc. (automobile club; New Zealand)
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Although numerous programs are available to tackle obesity, including school- and family-based interventions aimed at improving lifestyles habits, obesity continues to rise among African-American adolescents (Stea et al., 2016).
Finally, few studies examine the relationship between the effectiveness of family-based interventions and methodological rigour (Sung-Chan et al, 2013).
Despite these limitations, the results clearly suggest that participants in the family-based intervention program displayed positive changes as far as Internet use and family functioning are concerned.
The vast majority stated that family-based intervention was the intervention of choice, 84% of the audiologists indicated that the child and his or her family were taken into account when deciding on intervention plans and procedures, and 11% of professionals reported that all possible attempts were made to implement family-based interventions.
There is a significant body of research on the different early intervention approaches used by social support services to help improve outcomes for children, particularly in the areas of home visitation and family-based interventions. The family has been identified in the literature as the primary setting for the development of the child and the primary entity through which the community influences this development.
But breaking this cycle of events once obesity has occurred is difficult and requires a family-based intervention at multiple levels.
an intensive family-based intervention, because most of these behaviors that patients have are rooted in the family."
This evaluation represents the first application of the SEF at a regional rather than a programme level, and it included seven family-based intervention programmes in place in the West Midlands between 1 July 2007 and 1 July 2009 (see Box 1).
The best way is to strengthen these individuals is through family-based interventions. The most researched family-based intervention is found in the Strong African-American Families (SAAF) program, which increases protective factors that should prevent adolescents from using drugs.
The process for study selection and appraisal was not outlined in this review, but three categories of family-based intervention studies were clearly delineated (including psychoeducational, addressing family relationships, and psychotherapy).
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