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intervene between (someone and someone else)

to intercede between someone and someone else. I decided to intervene between Ralph and his brother, who were arguing endlessly. There was no point in intervening between Bill and Bob.
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intervene in something

to get involved in something. I will have to intervene in this matter. It's getting out of hand. I want to intervene in this before it becomes a major problem.
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intervene with someone or something

to step into a matter concerning someone or something. Megan said she would intervene with the bank manager on our behalf. Do I need to intervene with this process?
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com/research/gnp9xr/middle_east_well) has announced the addition of the "Middle East Well Intervention Market Forecast To 2018, Analysis By Region, Well Intervention Types, Competitive Landscape, Deal Analysis" report to their offering.
Ten chapters address the history and basic concepts of crisis intervention and crisis intervention programs; communication, cultural competency, and conflict management skills for interventions; assessment in field settings; the crisis intervention process; the nature of criminal victimization and its importance to interventions; interventions in intimate (domestic) violence crises; assessment and intervention in child abuse and neglect cases; mistreatment of elderly persons; suicide intervention; the prevention of and intervention in violent incidents in schools; and issues of stress and burnout.
This material is organized into sections on the history of angiography and intervention, vascular diagnosis, instruments of intervention, patient care, principles of vascular intervention, vascular anatomy, peripheral arterial intervention, vascular malformations, abdominal vascular intervention, pelvic vascular intervention, thoracic vascular intervention, head and neck vascular intervention, venous intervention, venous sampling for endocrine disease, intervention in portal hypertension, hemodialysis access management, venous access, and intervention in the lymphatic system.
One of the intervention groups had face-to-face group meetings, while members of the other got their advice via an online program (once a week for the first month and once a month for the rest of the study).
13-16: Learn crucial verbal intervention skills and prevent crisis situations.
PHILADELPHIA -- A 10-minute, daily stress management intervention delivered in an elementary school classroom can decrease feelings of anxiety and improve a child's ability to relax, Dr.
Intervention groups averaged eight participants per session and three sessions of 75 minutes length.
The Crisis Intervention Academy in Ventura County has trained more than 500 people, including more than half of patrol officers in Ventura County since the program was started in the county five years ago, officials said.
If the two variables are positively correlated, we might speculate that a counseling or educational intervention that increases students' levels of attachment to school also might raise their test scores.
1) During this research, he found that on several occasions, official government data and coroner inquest reports erroneously included deaths that occurred during police intervention with fatalities pertaining to police firearm discharges.
Next, we summarize and critique career intervention models for racial and ethnic minorities regarding the models' attention to the impact of counselors' multicultural awareness throughout the course of intervention.
Regardless of which intervention women received, those reporting perfect condom use and those who used a vaginal microbicide at least half of the time had reduced STD rates during the follow-up period (relative risks, 0.
Four studies provided strong evidence that the intervention changed microbial outcomes with low risk for alternative explanations, 8 studies provided less convincing evidence, and 4 studies provided no evidence.
By allowing schools to use up to 15% of their IDEA funds to help keep at-risk students out of the special education system, this new legislation has the potential to introduce a new era of special education: one based on collaboration, early identification, and individualized intervention.
Brief intervention does work in primary care settings for nondependent, unhealthy alcohol use.