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transition

1. verb To make a change to one's external gender presentation to align with one's internal gender identity. The process of transitioning can include many different actions, either individually or in combination, such as changing one's name or undergoing medical intervention, such as sex reassignment surgery or hormone replacement therapy. She plans to transition by doing hormone replacement therapy.
2. noun The process of making such a change. The hardest part of my transition was not having the full support of some of my friends, unfortunately.
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The successful transition for students with disabilities as they exit secondary education and enter adulthood requires shared responsibilities among the individual, their family, and the professionals who serve them from the K-12 system and the agencies that support postsecondary education, employment, independent living, and access to the community as they become adults.
When the Institute on Rehabilitation Issues (IRI) published the results of their cross-systems transition study team in 2002, they relied on contributions from vocational rehabilitation (VR) professionals, special educators, parents, students, career and technical educators and workforce development staff.
A presidential transition, as we will witness in 2017, is not only a major national event, it also heralds a series of transitions across the federal sector, where leadership and structural change within multiple agencies follow the initial transition.
The transition process was suggested to begin at the age of 18 or older by 43% (12/28) of pediatric urologists.
The disease-specific tools are just the beginning, said Carol Greenlee, MD, chair of the Pediatric to Adult Care Transitions Initiative and chair of the ACP's Council of Subspecialty Societies.
"The quality of care during transition from pediatric to adult care goes down; many young adults are lost to follow up from their care, and continuity of care suffers," Dr.
Lack of time, inadequate payment, and poor training also have been cited as barriers to successful transition (Pediatrics.
With the three elements of PTT that we have established (power development, will to power, and satisfaction with the status quo of the international order), we can now move beyond the dichotomy of power transition war / peaceful power transition and assemble a typology of power transitions.
After a transition manager has been chosen, the plan sponsor should request a signed disclosure about how fees will be paid and how the manager will make money off the transitions.
Work transitions are particularly complex because individuals will change jobs and careers many times, and the structure of work itself is always changing.
of Alberta, Canada) present a collection of 16 papers that approach the topic of transitions in learning and work in Canada from the perspective of "critical vocationalism," which emphasizes the complexities of context, social differences, and power relations in transitions within and between work and education and how such factors are productive and reproductive of uneven social and economic outcomes.
Ibarra (2004) researched how American and French career changers try on 'possible selves' (Markus & Nurius, 1986) to experiment with career transitions. Why do people make expensive and demanding career transitions?