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The three components of the Omaha System are described in the Overview, and include an an assessment component (Problem Classification Scheme), an intervention component (Intervention Scheme), and an outcomes component (Problem Rating Scale for Outcomes).
Using the Omaha System translates data into powerful information for practice, education, and research, and is comparable to arranging the diverse pieces of a puzzle into a completed picture.
Omaha System case studies are an invaluable strategy that can be used in many ways.
Omaha was created out of the visions and dreams of many hard-working men and women, who -- over the years -- transformed the natural landscape: first into a town, and then into Nebraska's metropolitan city, with a population of nearly 333,000.
Omaha has, through great opposition, held the capital since the organization of the Territory...[and] is the most populous city...[with] a commanding commercial position, the only drawback being want of a good landing, which a little expense might remedy.
Omaha faced a period of hard-times, back in the 1870s, along with the rest of the nation, but grew despite economic problems elsewhere because of the traffic being funneled through the city.
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