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DHSS

(formerly, in Britain) abbreviation for
1. (Social Welfare) Department of Health and Social Security
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Department of Health and Social Security
Translations

DHSS

(Brit, old) abbr of Department of Health and Social SecurityMinisterium ntfür Gesundheit und Soziales
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Lynne left school in 1982 and worked for the DHSS at the now demolished Princess Drive office before moving to Springfield House on Eaton Road.
The newly revised and updated training is two hours," says James Gallanos with DHSS.
In 1992 Skitmore researched the application of the DHSS cash flow model to a selection of completed construction projects categorised into four distinct construction methods: steel-framed low rise buildings, new build housing developments, housing refurbishment projects and multi-house 'pre-paint' maintenance contracts.
First, a stakeholder group was formed to include family and youth advocates, providers, state planning boards, The Trust, Alaska Native tribal organizations, school districts, the Department of Education, DHSS and others.
This allegation where the victim's main objective was to claim a DHSS crisis loan rang alarm bells from the start and we now work very closely with other agencies to ensure any individual making a false allegation to the police is charged and put before the court.
Firstly, who examined these babies to confirmto the DHSS that they were disabled?
The long-term effects of nursing supply subsidies are demonstrated by current data compiled by the DHSS Bureau of Health Professions within the Health Resources and Services Administration in eight National Sample Surveys of the Registered Nurse (NSSRN) population between 1977 and 2004 (DHSS, 2004).
Health care facilities are required to inform patients--or a parent, guardian, or other family member if the patient is a minor or is incapacitated-of serious preventable adverse events no later than the end of the episode of care or within the time established by the DHSS commissioner.
Then again this "outsider" becomes a drug addicted ex-convict DHSS claimant (G.
DENI (1997) Investing in Early Learning: Pre-school Education in Northern Ireland, Belfast: DENI and DHSS
But the Government's track record in introducing new technology to pubic services - the Police, the DHSS, the NHS, the Passport Office - is not just questionable, it is appalling.
Why did the writers think no one would realise Keef's interview at the Job Centre was a woeful rip-off of the Boswells' scrapes with the DHSS in Bread?