instrument is a validated, 16-item questionnaire created by researchers at Oxford University in the United Kingdom to determine the quality of written health information.
The suite of DISCERN
methodologies and tools have proven to be of great value in supporting knowledge sharing between all stakeholders.
The median total DISCERN
score was 36/80 (IQR 30-45) (Table 3).
What we found is that if you crank up the learning rate in DISCERN
high enough, it produces language abnormalities that suggest schizophrenia.
Almost all the contributions employ redaction criticism to discern
how editors struggled to resolve contradictions in the text and reinterpret material for their own ends.
All it would take for investors, he seems to suggest, is to discern
which style a CEO has and invest (or bail) accordingly.
For Karl Barth, it is the work of church dogmatics to discern
if and when proclamation or witness is authentic and which particular cultural and political behaviors count as authentic testimonial performances.
Thomas Aquinas stated that "the light of natural reason whereby we discern
good from evil, which is the function of the natural law, is nothing else but an imprint of the divine light.
Inquiry, exploration and valuing were elements of the appreciative inquiry process used in this year's Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) Leadership Advisory Council to discern
the strengths of Extension and its personnel and to help envision a vital future that builds on those strengths.
Whereas it therefore is necessary for the people to be represented by others, preferably the rich and wellborn, who possess greater wisdom to discern
what needs to be discerned
We, as the people of God, strive to continue in the apostles' teaching, and are being asked to discern
God's will for God's church," said Archbishop Finlay.
3] Just as Eli had helped Samuel discern
his call and vocation, young Samuel then helped his mentor Eli understand God's will and work in Eli's life.
So much of the story of the writings of the early Christians--which ones made it into the canon of sacred scripture and which ones didn't--illustrates the need on the part of the faithful in the early church to have a dialogue about and discern
A writer who integrates these criteria is bound to strengthen both the aims and the authority of a reconsideration that enables a reader to measure and to discern
the deeper values of an essay intent on providing a critical overview of a particular subject and at the same time establishing its enduring significance in relation to contemporary social, political, intellectual, religious, and economic conditions and circumstances.
To be sure, there are many Christians who don't believe that's the purpose of the Catholic Church or its bishops - they're called Protestants, and they try to discern
God's will without the Church's authority.