POC

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AcronymDefinition
POCPoint Of Contact
POCParticulate Organic Carbon
POCPiece Of Cake
POCPort Of Call
POCPaid Outside of Closing (real estate)
POCPile Of Crap
POCPoint of Care
POCPoint of Care (healthcare industry)
POCProto-Oncogene
POCProof Of Concept
POCPoint of Control (finance)
POCPlan of Correction
POCProtect Our Constitution
POCProtection of Civilians
POCPocatello (Amtrak station code; Pocatello, ID)
POCPush to Talk Over Cellular (cellular telephony)
POCPeople of Color
POCProbability of Criticality
POCPsychiatric Outpatient Clinic
POCProgram of Choice (various organizations)
POCPostal Operations Council (Universal Postal Union)
POCPower over Coaxial
POCPirates of the Caribbean (movie)
POCPoint of Correction
POCPlan of Care
POCPartner of Choice
POCPioneer Electronics of Canada
POCProof of Citizenship
POCPerson of Concern (UN)
POCPlayout Center
POCPost Office Code
POCProgram Operator Communication
POCPoint of Control
POCPtt over Cellular
POCPermission of Chairperson
POCPoint of Clarification
POCPerson of Color
POCPotomac Officers Club (Washington, DC)
POCPride of Cleveland
POCProbability of Causation
POCPurchase Order Confirmation
POCProof of Claim (insurance industry)
POCPhilippine Olympic Committee
POCPolicy Oversight Committee
POCPublic Outreach Committee (various organizations)
POCPorts of Call (computer game)
POCPiece of Crap
POCPercentage-Of-Completion
POCPrisoner of Conscience
POCProfessional Officer Course
POCPhysical Optics Corporation
POCPort O'Connor (Texas)
POCPower Converter
POCProsthetic Orthotic Center (various companies)
POCPrivately Owned Conveyance
POCPlano Oficial de Contabilidade (Portuguese: Accountancy Official Plan)
POCPhysical Organic Chemistry
POCPoint of Compliance
POCPoint of Connection (Irrigation Design, Landscape Architecture, Water Management)
POCPassion of the Christ (movie)
POCProceeds of Crime (Canadian legal term)
POCPolice Operations Center (various locations)
POCPaid on Call (firefighting)
POCPittsburgh Opera Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
POCPurchase Order Change (EDI)
POCPorsche Owners Club
POCPersonnel Operations Center
POCPen of Chaos (French website)
POCPakistan Origin Card
POCProduct of Conception (genetics testing)
POCPayload Operations Center
POCProgram Organizing Committee (various organizations)
POCPastor on Call
POCPoint of Commencement (legal description)
POCPortable Object Compiler
POCPolar Cod (FAO species name code )
POCPoint of Call
POCPower Open Close (heating, ventilation and air conditioning damper)
POCPayload Onboard Computer (space)
POCPump Off Control
POCPsychological Operations Company
POCPentecostals of Cary (Cary, NC)
POCPetty Officer Cadet
POCProduct of Combustion
POCPermanent Orienteering Course
POCParole Outpatient Clinic
POCPollutant of Concern
POCProgressive Offset Control (Celeris)
POCPulse Of Capitalism
POCPlatoon Operations Center
POCPoint on Curve (surveying)
POCProof of Closure (switch for a valve or acuator)
POCProduction Office Coordinator (film and television industry)
POCPotential Officers Course (UK)
POCPersonal Oxygen Concentrator
POCParents of Ostomy Children
POCPrecursor Organic Compound
POCPosition of Comfort
POCPassage of Conflict (fictitious location; Dark Age of Camelot online game)
POCPissed Off Customer
POCProcessor Outage Control (CCS #7 & ITU-T)
POCPeace Observation Commission (UN)
POCPerformance Objectives and Criteria
POCPreliminary Operational Capability
POCMetal Powder Cutting (welding)
POCPort of Convenience
POCPerson On Call
POCProyectos de Obra Civil (Spanish)
POCPoint of Concept
POCPower of Connecting
POCPu`u `O`o Cone (Hawai'i)
POCPosterior Circulation Syndrome (medical)
POCPreliminary Operational Concept
POCPissed Off Chick
POCPlayer-Owned City (role-playing clan)
POCParent of Child
POCProfessional Officer Candidate
POCProject Overview Committee
POCPaxson Oil Company
POCProject Officer Coordinator (FEMA)
POCPerson of Conscience
POCPercent of Original Charge
POCProperty of Canada
POCPublic Operators Code
POCPulmonary Opacity Code
POCParticulate Oxidation Catalyst (automotive emissions reduction)
POCPack of Chihuahuas (band)
POCPerson on Cocaine
POCPartial-Order Coding (phase encoding)
POCParameter Order Change
POCProcurement Order Cycle
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unreasonable force, times the conditional probability of causation given
(166.) See Rosenberg, supra note 159, at 881 ("In cases in which the probability of causation does not exceed fifty percent, the strong and weak versions of the rule both deny victims all recovery and thus unjustly enrich defendants.
Fiksel, A Critical Review of the Probability of Causation Method, in THE PRICE-ANDERSON LAW: REPORTS ON PRICE-ANDERSON Issues (ANI/MAELU ed., 1985).
Under the final rule, HHS also will obtain reviews by the Advisory Board on Radiation and Worker Health, with public input, for the purpose of keeping the implementation of the rules in step with scientific progress on dose reconstruction and probability of causation.
[56] The results confirm one of the central points about Manko: Epidemiologic data cannot determine the probability of causation in any meaningful way because of individual differences.
It is evident that these statistical estimates deal only with general causation, for population based probability estimates do not speak to a probability of causation in any one case; the estimate of relative risk is a property of the studied population, not of an individual's case.
probability of causation is not biased, but the injurer can know in
Carter, "Legal and Scientific Probability of Causation of Cancer and Other Environmental Disease in Individuals" (1985) 10 J.
GAO's analysis of the 2,811 cases that Labor returned to NIOSH for rework as of March 2007 did not indicate an effort to deny benefits because 87 percent of the cases had less than a 50 percent probability of causation, based on NIOSH's initial dose reconstruction, and thus likely would have been denied.
The centerpiece of the NIOSH final rule on the probability of causation in radiation workers, which was promulgated on 2 May 2002, is a computer program known as the Interactive Radio-Epidemiological Program (IREP).
Nor do other measures commonly employed, such as risk ratios, produce numbers equivalent to the probability of causation. The following section describes how statistical evidence compares to the information we would ideally possess when determining causation.
Many sophisticated ways to calculate the probability of causation have been developed for risk assessments.
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