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or DPhil
Doctor of Philosophy


abbreviation for
(Education) Diploma in Public Health


Doctor of Public Health.
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Noun1.DPH - a doctor's degree in preventive medicine
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
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I cannot stress strongly enough that people should continue to stay home while sick, contact their doctor at first sign of illness and continue to engage in frequent hand-washing and covering of coughs and sneezes to prevent the spread of the flu virus, said DPH Director Dr.
Comparison of geocoded household locations of all study participants and DPH case-patients showed an overlapping distribution of nonimmunosuppressed and immunosuppressed asymptomatic seroconverters and DPH case-patients (online Technical Appendix Figure, https://wwwnc.
had been in Ebola-affected countries but had no reported contact with a person who was ill with Ebola) (3) report their health status to DPH once daily.
DPH officials said the kits are purchased by the state Office of Pharmacy Services, but did not say where the kits are acquired.
Moreover, the 30,000 th mobile Liebherr has already been lined up by DPH for oil platform pre-assembly applications.
Twelve larvae from samples taken at 5, 7, 9, 12, 15, 17 and 23 DPH were cleared and stained following the methods described by Potthoff (1984).
Treatment with DPH (100 mg 3 times daily) and cimetidine (400 mg 2 times daily) was begun.
After a year of negotiations, H and P signed an agreement under which H agreed to pay DPH in return for the firm turning over 180 clients to H's new corporation (HA).
5~ On the negative side, the mandated DPH changes have severely affected some rest homes.
Fish obtained from controlled reproduction were fed rotifers starting from 3 days post-hatching (DPH) and gradually weaned to a microbound diet by 8 DPH.
The DPH had evidence in the form of inspection reports that NECC had violated protocols for sterile practices as early as 2002, a full decade before the outbreak, but did not act.