RDIS

AcronymDefinition
RDISRegional Development Information System
RDISResearch and Development Information System (various organizations)
RDISReportable Diseases Information System (Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; Canada)
RDISRadar Data Interface System
RDISRotherham Disability Information Service (Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, UK)
RDISRegional Director of Information Systems
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The Collaborative Research and Development to Leverage Philippine Economy (Cradle) is a program specifically designed to catalyze partnerships in RandD between academic institutions, RDIs and SMEs.
The ASURI general Secretary expressed concern that in most of the over 150 Nigerian Research and Development Institutions (RDIs) and centres, research and training activities are self-funded by researchers.
The adult RDI is 2 mg/day for Cu and 18 mg/day for Fe [12, 39], so the concentrations of copper and iron present in these edible mushrooms are not considered to be a health risk.
Common features of these HFBs are the use of one standard reference family to calculate affordability and nutrient requirements based on Recommended Dietary Intakes (RDI) [59].
(1-15) Scientists who have proposed and modified RDIs of vitamins have been quite frank with their opinion that it is not easy to determine ideal dosages.
The FoodWorks program analysed the information with reference to the Australian Recommended Daily Intakes (RDIs) as specified by the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) guidelines.
Surveillance of foodborne illness in Toronto currently relies entirely on the mandatory reporting of disease episodes to TPH and subsequent entry into the province's Reportable Disease Information System (RDIS).
Interestingly, the preoperative RDIs in both groups were not statistically significantly different between the intervention and no intervention groups, though the RDI was higher in the intervention groups.
Also, there is a lack of reference or chart listing of essential vitamins and minerals and their RDIs for those products that claim vitamin and mineral content.
In addition, the term "antioxidant" may be used to describe nutrients without RDIs, so long as the claim is true and does not characterize the level of the nutrient.