What's the difference between advocacy and advocated?
(n.) The act of pleading for or supporting; work of advocating; intercession.
(1) The study was conducted by monitoring the case managers in the following activities: client intake screening, assessment and service planning, referrals, advocacy, and support services.
(2) This article examines AIDS- and HIV-related concerns in women with a focus on the personal dilemmas for the practicing psychologist, problems in health behavior advocacy, and methods and pitfalls in modifying sexual behaviors.
(3) Health advocacy groups, including the American Heart Association and the American Institute for Cancer Research, have come out in support of the recommendations.
(4) According to research and advocacy organisation Global Financial Integrity , nearly $1tn in illicit financial flows—the proceeds of crime, corruption, and tax evasion—flows illicitly out of developing countries every year.
(5) The advocacy goal is identified as reducing the accessibility of guns in the environments of children and adolescents.
(6) One of the theories underlying this advocacy is that the activation of the complement system possibly is preventable by pharmacologic doses of corticosteroids.
(7) So Sir Bill Jeffrey will be asked to conduct an independent review of the future of criminal advocacy.
(8) One thing I'm sure of: it's not enough to assert our arguments as if they were self-evidently right and to use our privileged platforms to drive home one-sided advocacy.
(9) They struggle to get their voices heard and their important role in therapy, support and advocacy is sometimes not used to the full.
(10) It was brought before parliament by a citizens’ initiative – a petition that has received at least 100,000 signatures – submitted by the hardline conservative advocacy group Ordo Iuris and the Stop Abortion coalition.
(11) Despite his advocacy on behalf of leftists and nationalists, there were those who believed he connived to ensure that the left faction did not get the upper hand in the PAP.
(12) Chris Breen from the Refugee Advocacy Network, an umbrella organisation of asylum seeker groups responsible for organising the Melbourne rally, said the speakers all called for an end to offshore processing.
(13) "Just getting Syria to join the chemical weapons convention is an enormously important and historic step forward," said Paul Walker, the programme director at Green Cross International advocacy group and a veteran of the two-decade effort to destroy US and Russian chemical weapons.
(14) Jasmin Lorch, from the GIGA Institute of Asian Studies in Hamburg, said: “If the military gets the feeling that its vested interests are threatened, it can always act as a veto player and block further reforms.” The New York-based advocacy group Human Rights Watch said the elections were fundamentally flawed, citing a lack of an independent election commission with its leader, chairman U Tin Aye, both a former army general and former member of the ruling party.
(15) "Breastfeeding advocacy has always been hard to sell to donors when more exciting issues such as HIV and vaccination are competing for attention," it says.
(16) It was “inaccurate” for the government to continue to say there was no impact on frontline services, and “to say it would only impact on advocacy as though there’s nothing wrong with that”, Parker said.
(17) He works across a range of communications disciplines including media management, social media, marketing and advocacy.
(18) The code makes clear that this resolution “prohibits paid advocacy”, but it does “not prevent a Member from holding a remunerated outside interest as a director, consultant, or adviser, or in any other capacity”.
(19) Other factors that contribute to misinterpretation of medical literature include failure to distinguish statistical from clinical significance and advocacy of medical interventions prior to adequate clinical trials.
(20) Holmes Wilson, co-director of the Fight for the Future advocacy group, said: “Thanks to the second largest online protest in history, nearly 4m comments, White House and FCC phone lines ringing off the hook, and even nationwide street protests, President Obama finally gets it, and can say so.” He said the FCC should reclassify internet service, under Title II of the Communications Act, to give it “common-carrier” status, which would give the FCC far wider powers of regulation.
(imp. & p. p.) of Advocate
(1) The discussion on topics like post-schooling and rehabilitation of motorists has intensified the contacts between advocates of traffic law and traffic psychologists in the last years.
(2) Cholecystectomy is advocated in symptomatic patients with this condition, even when gallstones are not present.
(3) These results provide further data which counter the sometimes extreme advocates of the view that compulsory admission and treatment of patients with psychiatric illness is never acceptable.
(4) Twellman has steadily grown in confidence as he settles into his role, though whether as a player or as an advocate he was never shy about voicing his opinions.
(5) They have informed, advocated and sometimes goaded participants in a way that will be entirely familiar to people in Europe.
(6) Advocates would point to the influence Giggs maintains in the United midfield – developing a more creative game from a central role to compensate for the loss of his once blistering pace.
(7) Many leave banking after three to five years, not because they are 'worn out', but because now they have financial security to start their own business or go on to advocate for a cause they are passionate about or buy a small cottage in the West Country for the rest of their lives."
(8) Tony Abbott urges Europe to adopt Australian policies in refugee crisis Read more Given that Obama – whatever one’s views on his strategy – is not advocating a bigger military contribution, the only difference is that Abbott is “urging” the US and others to do more, which sounds resolute, and Turnbull says he would consider any request if it was made.
(9) Particularly, the passive mechanism concept to explain obstructive sleep apnea during REM sleep advocated by Remmers and Guilleminault has substantially contributed to the recent development of research activities in this field.
(10) An untiring advocate of the joys and merits of his adopted home county, Bradbury figured Norfolk as a place of writing parsons, farmer-writers and sensitive poets: John Skelton, Rider Haggard, John Middleton Murry, William Cowper, George MacBeth, George Szirtes.
(11) Juliette Touma, Unicef’s spokeswoman in Jordan, said: “The focus in the past week has been on the refugees in Europe, but it is important to make the link to Syria, where 70% to 80% [of them] have come from.” She said the UK has been one of its biggest donors, but the public can help by giving cash and becoming advocates, writing to their MPs and holding fundraising events.
(12) After the formal PIRC inquiry was triggered by the lord advocate, Frank Mulholland, Bayoh’s family said police gave them five different accounts of what had happened before eventually being told late on Sunday afternoon how he died.
(13) It is advocated that antibiotics be given parenterally for the full course of therapy because of the seriousness of the infection and the importance of high blood and tissue levels.
(14) Physicians are urged to reject involvement in rationing as inconsistent with their role as patient advocates and to support technology assessment, fee revisions, and more stringent self regulation as ways to discourage malpractice suits.
(15) The spectrum of bacteria isolated makes it unlikely that the specific anti-pneumococcal measures widely advocated in Europe and America for young children with SCA would be appropriate in Nigeria.
(16) Before that he was a small business owner and consumer advocate, and played first-grade rugby for Sydney’s southern districts.
(17) This article reviews different approaches that have been advocated by the College of American Pathologists, by the National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards, and by manufacturers of diagnostic methods and controls.
(18) Privacy advocates argue this reflects an alarming ease of access, even though agencies should make every effort to ensure the invasion of privacy is justified by the importance to the public of solving a crime or recovering money.
(19) When I lived in New York, my local yoga centre would advocate veganism in terms I hadn't heard since I last went to synagogue ("godly") or spoke regularly to anorexics ("clean", "pure").
(20) The advocates had attempted to get a decision by filing lawsuits directly with the supreme court rather than through an appeal of a lower court decision.