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Diabetes mellitus risk factors

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease, which on long run can affect the entire body. Diabetes is caused by having too much glucose or sugar in the blood.
Uploaded by thiruvelan on 01/03/2010
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Why Don’t You Minimize Your Risk First Before You Take Any Actions?

You read somewhere about a motivational article or a journal whatsoever, and now, you’re pumped up to start taking actions. But wait! Don’t start yet! Look, I am not trying to pull you down or whatsoever, but you really need to look at the actions that you’re going to take in order to minimize your risk. So before you do anything, you need to read this first.
Uploaded by fanomar on 01/21/2013
Digital publication details: 3 pages.

Beyond Risky: Going Beyond Risk Mitigation and Risk Tolerance Is a Risk Analysis

In its simplest form, risk, from an operational perspective, is a mathematical equation that focuses on the simple concept of risk vs. reward. When we analyze how risk mitigation and risk tolerance effect business decisions, we are asking the decision-makers within the organization how much risk (or chance) they are willing to take versus the perceived rewards that could be obtained through a positive outcome of the decision being made. These are simple formulas and in a perfect scenario these two factors (risk mitigation and risk tolerance) would provide all of the information necessary to make major operational decisions. Unfortunately, like everything in life, it just isn't that simple.
Uploaded by rentadirector on 10/17/2010
Digital publication details: 3 pages.

Urban Risk Assessments: Understanding Disaster and Climate Risk in Cities

This book presents a framework, the Urban Risk Assessment, for assessing disaster and climate risk in cities which is intended to assist in decision-making, urban planning, and designing risk management programs. The approach seeks to strengthen coherence and consensus within and across cities in understanding and planning for risk from natural disasters and climate change. The target audience for this book includes policy makers, urban practitioners and technical staff, and international organizations.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 06/27/2012
Digital publication details: 275 pages.


Uploaded by michelrochette on 02/26/2009
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

Health Insurance High Risk

FreeInsuranceQuotation.com can help you to track down the best high risk health insurance companies in the industry with an on-line method that can be rapidly, simple and easy simple. For more Information visit www.freeinsurancequotation.com.
Uploaded by frankgarner73 on 05/09/2013
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

High Risk Auto Financing

Get high risk auto financing loans at affordable rates even if you are having bad or no credit.
Uploaded by tonywebb on 03/05/2013
Digital publication details: 3 pages.

Enterprise Active Risk Reports from Vue-Matrix

Vue-Matrix comes with a fantastic reporting feature. Projects risk reports can be generated for all levels in an organization. From Executive reports to Mid-level Management reports to Risk reports by Owner.Today, let us learn more about the Enterprise Active Risks Report.
Uploaded by anand_chittoor on 05/21/2013
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Risk Governance Deficits: The most common deficits in risk governance”

A risk governance deficit is a failure in the identification, framing, assessment, management and communication of a risk issue or of how it is being addressed. As such, it can also be understood as a risk governance challenge. Governance deficits are common. They may be found throughout the risk handling process, and limit its effectiveness. They are actual and potential shortcomings and can be remedied or mitigated. The list of risk governance deficits and case studies were developed following a series of expert workshops held in Zurich and Geneva (November 2007, June 2008, November 2008 and June 2009). Participants comprised an international group of experts in risk assessment and management from government, academia, private industry and international organisations.
Uploaded by beathabegger on 10/18/2010
Digital publication details: 92 pages.

URMIA White Paper: Measuring the Total Cost of Risk

The purpose of this white paper, published in November 2008, is to help a risk manager build a simple foundation of knowledge about his or her university's total cost of risk (TCOR). The concepts and techniques presented here are intended to be broadly applicable, regardless of the size and segment an institution occupies within the realm of higher education. The cost of risk for an organization should be compared against both the benefits of the organization’s activities and the overall costs of running the entire organization. Cost of risk includes not only insurance premiums but also the cost of uninsured losses and administrative costs of risk management, such as salaries and overhead costs. Careful calculation of the cost of risk allows the institution to compare its own cost of risk data from year to year and assess the progress and success of its risk management program.
Uploaded by urmia on 10/31/2008
Digital publication details: 37 pages.
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