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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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DHSS also wants to require the seven doctors who perform abortions at the clinic to submit to questioning before their medical licenses are renewed.
Director of Revenue, that the DHSS's breath-test regulations outweigh the DHSS's reporting forms.
Pinnacle is also working with the Breast and Cervical Health Check program on a pilot project to improve women's breast and cervical cancer screening rates, according to a DHSS press release dated September 16.
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.
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.
A Catholic mother of ten, Victoria Gillick, lost a case in the High Court of Justice against the DHSS. Her application sought to prevent the distribution of contraceptives to children under the age of 16 without parental consent.
It showed the amount I was entitled to but, unlike the previous DHSS forms, there was no mention on the form of the word "indefinite".
Gordon Brown's anti-working class six-months-andyou're-off-the-dole traps people in a DHSS system they cannot escape.
I joined the civil service at then named DHSS on the Moseley Road on the very same day, a Monday, and sometimes it seems like yesterday.
After police investigations, it was found he had made up the story in an attempt to obtain a DHSS crisis loan.
The nurse stated that she was not alarmed, because that was the resident's "normal behavior." On November 8, the DON and the Administrator interviewed the resident and concluded that the resident "ha[d] no apparent affects or injuries from the incident." However, Stone was terminated because she used restraint on "the resident creating safety, health [sic] possible harm." A separate investigation was conducted by the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS), and Stone was placed on the EDL.