health authorities should foster good practice by disseminating information
spread or disperse (something, especially information) widely.
translation of 'disseminate'
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Internet based media 'disseminate' information and knowledge far more quickly than conventional media.
That's our job, is to 'disseminate' information to the public.
Training programmes will enable the trainers to further 'disseminate' the information to others in the community, creating a multiplier effect.
The condition can 'disseminate' throughout the respiratory tract and lead to pulmonary papillomatosis.
This bacterium causes infections in the genital tract that may 'disseminate' to organs.
They rarely cause invasive disease, but can invade and 'disseminate' in immunocompromised patients.
Instead of using technology to improve our lives and as a means to 'disseminate' public information, it will be used to restrict our freedoms, and peer into our private lives.
Websites are not only used to 'disseminate' information and propaganda.
There is growing interest in the dissemination of research results and concern for how important messages can be most efficiently 'disseminated' .
One growing concern is 'dissemination' of public information on projects and facilities.
A coagulation profile should be obtained to rule out 'disseminated' intravascular coagulation.
This process provided a key link for ensuring that any required education or competency changes were made and 'disseminated' .
Privacy is violated if data are collected or 'disseminated' without participants' knowledge.
Many people in the sustainable agriculture community have been instrumental in publishing and 'disseminating' factual information to counter these myths.
Patients who have severe comorbidity particularly renal insufficiency, hepatic failure, or 'disseminated' malignancy have a poor prognosis.
The tumor 'disseminated' early to the lungs, lymph nodes, bone marrow, and spleen and ran a fulminant course.
I'm retired from the military, and know the value of sometimes 'disseminating' false information to the enemy.
When hemolyzed red blood cells are reinfused, 'disseminated' intravascular coagulopathy can be triggered.
The hepatic tumor had 'disseminated' to the peritoneum, forming multiple nodules up to 9 cm in diameter.
Some of those tapes were made four years ago, and some of those tapes have been clearly made for 'disseminating' information.
As a result, 'disseminated' and extra-pulmonary disease is more commonly seen.
‘As preservers and 'disseminators' of heritage, museums are crucial for building strong communities with strong identities,’ he suggests.
Most metallic sulphides are amorphous and 'disseminated' throughout the sinter, instead of forming distinct mineral phases.
Much of the new investment in journalism today - much of the information revolution generally - is in 'disseminating' the news, not in collecting it.
We sampled many more midwives than other health professionals because they provided most antenatal care and 'disseminated' most of the leaflets.
We also made sure that this information was widely 'disseminated' .
The public 'dissemination' of standardised data on clinical outcomes is now established practice in many health systems.
The refugees from Byzantium carried with them a wealth of books - just in time for them to be printed and 'disseminated' throughout western Europe.
These were agreed at a national consensus conference and were subsequently widely 'disseminated' throughout the country.
Instead of being creators, custodians and 'disseminators' of knowledge they become part of a network of players contributing to problems often identified by external organisations or communities.
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