PDIAProcess Driven Information Automation
PDIAProject on Death in America
PDIAProfessional Digital Imaging Association (digital photography education group)
PDIAPontefract Driving Instructors Association (UK)
PDIAParticle/Droplet Image Analysis (software)
PDIAProfessional Diving Instructor Association (Germany)
PDIAProceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens (journal)
PDIAProcess-Driven Information Automation
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Line mean squares across the two locations were also significant for all the traits except for PDIA while tester mean squares were not significant for PT, PY, and GY.
Moreover, these solutions fit in well with the Problem-Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA) framework as shown below:
Terms of the agreement allow Hollard and PDIA certain rights to use the Progressive brand in connection with car insurance in Australia for a period of two and a half years.
Chang, MD; Section Hematology Oncology (111), VA New Jersey Health Care System, Associate Professor of Medicine, New Jersey Medical School, PDIA Faculty Scholar, 385 Tremont Avenue, East Orange, NJ 07018; 973-395-7095; fax: 973-396-7096.
PDIA = proteina dietaria no degradada en rumen, verdaderamente digestible en intestino delgado, g/kg MS.
During the past decade, social work practice in end-of-life care was enhanced by significant funding from the Open Society Institute's Project on Death in America (PDIA) and the Hartford Foundation.
The Open Society Institute, through its Project on Death in America (PDIA), has greatly increased public awareness.
The creation of the PDIA is in response to the demand for education and knowledge exchange between users and manufacturers and resulted from research and feedback provided by leading individuals and firms that serve the digital graphic output industry, according to PDIA officials.
The Academy, created by the Institute for Johns Hopkins Nursing, was funded by a grant from the Open Society's Project on Death in America (PDIA) (Rushton & Sabatier, 2001b).
In January 1999, the Nursing Leadership Consortium on End-of-Life Care was funded by the Open Society Institute through its Project on Death in America (PDIA).