informed

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} haberdar

Neden haberdar edilmedim? - Why wasn't I informed?

Tom bundan haberdar edildi mi? - Has Tom been informed of this?

{s} bilgili

Biz seni bilgili tutacağız. - We'll keep you informed.

Tom her zaman beni bilgili tuttu. - Tom has always kept me informed.

bilgilendirilmiş
{f} bilgilendir

Polis kazayla ilgili bizi bilgilendirdi. - The police informed us of the accident.

Kendimi bilgilendirmek için gazete okurum. - I read the newspaper to keep myself informed.

{s} bilgili, haberli
{s} tahsilli
{s} bilgi alan
{s} aydın
{s} haberi olan
inform
bilgilendirmek

Kendimi bilgilendirmek için gazete okurum. - I read the newspaper to keep myself informed.

Kararımla ilgili onu bilgilendirmek için yazdım. - I wrote to inform him of my decision.

inform
bilgi vermek

Televizyon bilgi vermek için çok önemli bir araçtır. - Television is a very important medium for giving information.

be informed
haberdar olmak
inform
haber vermek
inform
bildirmek

Onlara bildirmek zorunda olacağım. - I will have to inform them.

informed consent
(Tıp) bilgilendirilmiş onay
informed consent
(Tıp) bilgilendirilmiş olur
informed consent
(Politika, Siyaset) bilgilendirilmiş onam
informed about
hakkında bilgi
informed approach
Bilgiye dayanan yaklaşım
informed consent
Bilgilendirilmiş rıza
informed of
haberdar

Tom bundan haberdar edildi mi? - Has Tom been informed of this?

informed written consent
Bilgilendirilmiş yazılı muvafakat
informed choice
bilinçli seçim
informed consent form
(Tıp) aydınlatıcı onam formu
inform
bilgilendirme
inform
{f} haberdar etmek

Bu, sizi adres değişikliğimden haberdar etmek için. Lütfen posta listenizi güncelleyiniz. - This is to inform you of my address change. Please update your mailing list.

well informed
iyi bilgilenmiş
be informed
haberdar edilmek
be informed
(Ticaret) bilgi almak
be informed about
haberdar olmak
be informed of
haberi olmak
being informed
(Osmanlıca) tebellüğ
inform
gammazlamak
inform
{f} 1. (of/about/that) -den haberdar etmek, hakkında bilgi vermek, -i bildirmek: I informed him that I would not come tomorrow. Ona yarın
inform
bilgilendirme yapmak
inform
söylemek
inform
malumat vermek
inform
fitnelemek
inform
ilam etmek
prior informed agreement
(Tarım) önceden bildirmeli anlaşma
well informed
(Osmanlıca) muttali
inform
(against/on/upon ile) ihbar etmek
inform
bilgi ver

Tom Mary'ye herhangi bir bilgi vermeyi reddetti. - Tom refused to give Mary any information.

O bize biraz faydalı bilgi verdi. - She gave us some useful information.

kept informed
bilgilendir
be informed
bilgilendirilmek
eco-informed
çevre bilinçli
ill informed
kötü haber
ill-informed
yanlış bilgilendirilmiş
keep informed
bilgilendir

Bilgilendirilmek için mümkün olduğu kadar çok okumaya çalışıyorum. - In order to keep informed, I try to read as much as possible.

keep me informed
beni haberdar edin, durumdan haberdar edin
be informed
bilgi edinmek
be informed about
-den haberdar olmak
easy and informed access
(Telekom) kolay ve haberli erişim
inform
(of/about/that) -den haberdar etmek, hakkında bilgi vermek, -i bildirmek: I informed him that I would not come tomorrow. Ona yarın
inform
bildir,bilgi ver
inform
{f} ihbar etmek
keep currently informed
sürekli bilgi edinmek
keep informed
haberdar etmek
keep informed
bilgi vermek
well informed
{s} kulağı delik
well informed
{s} bilgili

O, bilgili bir insandır. - He is a well informed person.

well informed
{s} aydın
well informed
{s} tahsilli
well informed
{s} herşeyden haberi olan
well informed
{s} çok bilgili
İngilizce - İngilizce
Created, given form

after Nilus invndation, / Infinite shapes of creatures men do fynd, / Informed in the mud, on which the Sunne hath shynd.

Instructed, having knowledge of a fact or area of education
Simple past tense and past participle of inform
describes people who have been the subject of an effective EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer
Someone who is informed knows about a subject or what is happening in the world. Informed people know the company is shaky. the importance of keeping the public properly informed. see also well-informed
An informed guess or decision is one that likely to be good, because it is based on definite knowledge or information. We are able to make more informed choices about how we use drugs. see also inform
consent: an agreement signed by all volunteers participating in a clinical research study, indicating their understanding of: (1) why the research is being done; (2) what researchers hope to learn; (3) what will be done during the trial, and for how long; (4) what risks are involved; (5) what, if any, benefits can be expected from the trial; (6) what other interventions are available; and (7) the participant's right to leave the trial at any time (See protocol )
When journalists talk about informed sources, they mean people who are likely to give correct information because of their private or special knowledge. According to informed sources, those taken into custody include at least one major-general
{s} aware of the facts, educated, knowledgeable, instructed
past of inform
Unformed or ill-formed; deformed; shapeless
The library and research skills teaching programme
having much knowledge or education; "an informed public"; "informed opinion"; "the informed customer"
informed consent
(Tıp, İlaç) Consent by a patient to a surgical or medical procedure or participation in a clinical study after achieving an understanding of the relevant medical facts and the risks involved
informed consent
Permission granted in the knowledge of the possible consequences
informed circles
reliable sources of information
informed consent
Voluntary consent given by a subject - that is, person or a responsible proxy such as a parent- for participation in a study, immunization program, treatment regimen, etc , after being informed of the purpose, methods, procedures, benefits and risks, and when relevant, the degree of uncertainty about outcomes The essential criteria of informed consent are that the subject has both knowledge and comprehension, that the consent is freely given without duress or undue influence, and that the right of withdrawal at any time is clearly communicated to the subject See also confidentiality; ethics; respect for autonomy
informed consent
It can only be given by an adult, whether he/she has a disability or not, who is considered legally competent This person can not have a guardian or guardian advocate to whom these rights have been given Informed consent says that a person understands a medical procedure or treatment, alternative procedures or treatments, and any risks or dangers associated with the proposed procedure or treatment
informed consent
a legal document that explains a course of treatment, the risks, benefits, and possible alternatives; the process by which patients agree to treatment
informed consent
Agreement by the participants in an evaluation to the use, in specified ways for stated purposes, of their names and/or confidential information they supplied
informed consent
Disclosure of a certain amount of information to the patient about the proposed treatment and the attainment of the patient's consent, which must be competent, understanding, and voluntary
informed consent
– A discussion of all procedures, benefits, risks and expectations of a clinical trial between the clinical investigators and the potential patients The FDA requires that all patients sign an informed consent before participating in a trial
informed consent
an agreement signed by prospective volunteers for a clinical research trial that indicates their understanding of (1) why the research is being done, (2) what researchers want to accomplish, (3) what will be done during the trial and for how long, (4) what risks are involved, (5) what, if any, benefits can be expected from the trial, (6) what other interventions are available, and (7) the participant’s right to leave the trial at any time
informed consent
An individual willingly agrees to participate in an activity after first being advised of the risks and benefits Source : Human Genome Project Information
informed consent
a process by which a subject voluntarily confirms his or her willingness to participate in a particular trial, after having been informed of all aspects of the trial that are relevant to the subject's decision to participate Informed consent is documented by means of a written, signed, and dated informed consent form Informed consent may not include any language through which the subject or the representative is made to waive or appear to waive any of the subject's legal rights, or releases or appears to release the investigator, the sponsor, the institution, or its agents from liability for negligence
informed consent
Informed consent is a legal term referring to the right of individuals to make informed medical treatment decisions Under State law, informed consent typically includes the right to be told of one's medical condition and prognosis, the risks and benefits associated with a recommended procedure or course of treatment, and the risks and benefits of other available treatment options, including the option of refusing treatment When a person becomes mentally incapacitated, his or her right to give or withhold informed consent typically passes to the person's legal representative, usually an agent or attorney-in-fact under a durable power of attorney, a court-appointed guardian, or a close family member
informed consent
the right to have information explained to you so that you fully understand and agree to the nature of the proposed treatment
informed consent
A person's voluntary agreement, based upon adequate knowledge and understanding of relevant information, to participate in research or to undergo a diagnostic, therapeutic, or preventive procedure In giving informed consent, subjects may not waive or appear to waive any of their legal rights, or release or appear to release the investigator, the sponsor, the institution or agents of the institution from liability for negligence [Federal Policy 116; 21 CFR 50 20 and 50 25]
informed consent
consent by a patient to undergo a medical or surgical treatment or to participate in an experiment after the patient understands the risks involved
informed consent
A process in which the risks, benefits, and requirements of a research study are explained to people invited to take part in the study Before entering the study a participant should sign an informed consent form, which should contain in writing the benefits, risks and basic structure of the study
informed consent
The voluntary agreement obtained from a subject (or the subject’s legally authorized representative) to participate in research or related activity, before participating in that activity The consent must permit the individual (or legally authorized representative) to exercise free power of choice without undue inducement or any element of deceit, fraud, force, duress, or other form of coercion or constraint
informed consent
An individual willingly agrees to participate in an activity after first being advised of the risks and benefits See also: privacy
informed consent
a way to protect people entering a drug trial Each participant in a clinical trial in the U S must sign a consent form that explains the purpose of the trial, the results expected, the mechanics of the trial, potential risks, a list of other treatments that are available There is also a statement telling the participant that (s)he can leave the clinical trial at any time
informed consent
An agreement to participate in research that is made voluntarily by an individual with legal and mental competence and the capacity to understand the information transmitted and its implications, after having been informed of the physical, psychological and personal risks and potential benefits entailed by a research protocol Informed consent is usually demonstrated by signing a consent form, but it may be oral (under specific criteria approved by an IRB) (45 CFR 46 116)
informed consent
A term used to describe the obligation of physicians or researchers to allow patients or subjects to be active participants in decision regarding their care or participation in research Informed consent, then, is rooted in the concept of autonomous choice or the right of self-determination Bioethics literature includes five elements in its analysis of informed consent: disclosure (of information to the patient/subject) comprehension (by the patient/subject of the information being disclosed) voluntariness (of the patient/subject in making his/her choice) competence (of the patient/subject to make a decision) consent (by the patient/subject)
informed consent
A discussion of the procedures, risks, and benefits of a clinical trial between the investigator and the patient All patients must sign the informed consent form before participating in a trial
informed consent
The consent from a patient that a health care provider must secure, authorizing the provider to perform a particular medical procedure The consent is frequently given in writing and is valid only when the proposed treatment and its risks have been identified and explained to the patient in an understandable fashion In the case of a minor or other legally-incompetent patient, a guardian may give informed consent for medical treatment
informed consent
Informed consent is a process in which a research participant learns the key facts about a clinical trial before he or she decides to participate in the study In addition to talking about the facts of the study with the researcher, all information will be included in a written consent form The participant will be able to take the consent form home to read and discuss with family members Participants may continue to ask questions before, during and after the consent form is signed The participant's agreement to be in a study after being fully informed about what participating will involve, length of the study, benefits and risks, costs, confidentiality, purpose of the study, alternative treatments and withdrawal participation is informed consent
informed consent
A written agreement by program participants to voluntarily participate in an evaluation or study after having been advised of the purpose of the study, the type of information being collected, and how the information will be used
informed consent
{i} consent given by a patient (or his/her legally authorized representative) to undergo surgery or medical treatment or procedure after being informed and understanding the benefits and risks involved
inform
To impart information or knowledge
inform
To make known, wisely and/or knowledgeably
inform
To act as an informer (on ...), denounce
inform
To give form or character to; to inspire (with a given quality); to affect, influence (with a pervading principle, idea etc.)

His sense of religion informs everything he writes.

inform
To direct, guide
inform
To instruct, train (usually in matters of knowledge)
inform
To communicate knowledge to (an)other(s)
well-informed
Furnished with sufficient, correct knowledge
be well informed
{f} have broad and extensive knowledge about a special subject or things in general; know most relevant information; keep up to date, be aware of facts
ill-informed
knowing less than you should about a particular subject ill-informed about
inform
To take form; to become visible or manifest; to appear
inform
The ACCC's online documentation facility
inform
{f} communicate information to, tell, apprise, notify; tell on, betray; inspire; animate
inform
to communicate knowledge to
inform
A compiled, object-oriented language optimized for creating interactive fiction
inform
If you inform someone of something, you tell them about it. They would inform him of any progress they had made My daughter informed me that she was pregnant `I just added a little soy sauce,' he informs us
inform
act as an informer; "She had informed on her own parents for years"
inform
If a situation or activity is informed by an idea or a quality, that idea or quality is very noticeable in it. All great songs are informed by a certain sadness and tension The concept of the Rose continued to inform the poet's work
inform
give character or essence to; "The principles that inform modern teaching" impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights" act as an informer; "She had informed on her own parents for years
inform
To give intelligence or information; to tell
inform
To communicate knowledge to; to make known to; to acquaint; to advise; to instruct; to tell; to notify; to enlighten; usually followed by of
inform
give character or essence to; "The principles that inform modern teaching"
inform
To communicate a knowledge of facts to, by way of accusation; to warn against anybody
inform
INFORmation for Motorists; a computerized traffic management and information system operated by the NY State DOT in the highly congested Long Island Corridor
inform
act as an informer; "She had informed on her own parents for years
inform
To give form or share to; to give vital or organizing power to; to give life to; to imbue and actuate with vitality; to animate; to mold; to figure; to fashion
inform
– Organizations are doing the bare minimum with technology and the web, using it to simply convey information to members Information is largely static and their site can best be described as brochure-ware Members and potential members should be able to access general information about the Association online
inform
to make known
inform
An SNMP trap message which includes a delivery confirmation request See "trap "
inform
If someone informs on a person, they give information about the person to the police or another authority, which causes the person to be suspected or proved guilty of doing something bad. Thousands of American citizens have informed on these organized crime syndicates
inform
impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights"
inform
To "inform" is to make the author aware of an event or situation through alert, prompt, sound, flash, or other means
inform
Without regular form; shapeless; ugly; deformed
keep me informed
keep me updated, be sure to give me all of the latest news, tell me of any new developments
well informed
{s} intelligent; having broad and detailed knowledge about a special subject or things in general
well-informed
If you say that someone is well-informed, you mean that they know a lot about many different subjects or about one particular subject. a lending library to encourage members to become as well informed as possible. someone who is well-informed knows a lot about one particular subject or about many subjects well-informed about
well-informed
possessing sound knowledge; "well-informed readers"
informed