QUALITY

Quality is open to individual interpretation, but generally is the characteristic of a thing or feeling that makes it unique. Quality reflects a...

QUANTITATIVE DATA

Quantitative data is data that can be expressed and analyzed numerically.

QUASI NEED

Based in social psychology, a quasi-need is a need based on intent or purpose and not on a deficit of essential biological nature.

QUASI-CONTROL SUBJECTS

Participants in a research project who are asked for their view regarding the context of the conduct of the research and to give their...

QUALITY OF LIFE

Quality of life can be defined as to the extent certain desirable factors are attained or retained. These include such factors as well-being,...

QUALITY WEIGHTING

Giving weight to each of the individual studies in a multi-layered study. Weight is determined by the factors of design, execution and analysis...

QUANTITATIVE EVALUATION

An evaluation method that yields numerical assessments garnered from formal methods of data collection. It provides answers to already designed objectives.

QUALITY CIRCLE

A quality circle consists of a group of employees gathered together and tasked with improvement in quality and reduction of costs in performance of...

QUEUE

An orderly line or file of people waiting for a product, service of opportunity. Members are highly likely to observe common courtesy and...

QUALITY OF CARE

The meeting of goals regarding patient care. Standards are professional established to increase desired outcomes.

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