LRN


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AcronymDefinition
LRNLaboratory Response Network
LRNLinux.ru.net (website)
LRNLocation Routing Number
LRNLead Round Nose (round, lead bullet with no outer jacket)
LRNLocal Routing Number
LRNLearning Resource iNterchange (Microsoft)
LRNLateral Reticular Nucleus
LRNLong Range Navigation (also seen as LRNAV)
LRNLocal Roaming Number
LRNLocal Range Network
LRNLay Reference Number
LRNLegal Reform Now
LRNLimited Recourse Note
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Last year, the Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity and LRN partnered with the Miami-Dade County Public Schools to introduce the Prize in Ethics at the high school level.
LRN, LPN and OPN were assumed to have equivalent oncological outcomes nearing 98% cancer-specific survival based on a recent meta-analysis;[sup.
Hosted by farm broadcaster Don Molino, the Louisiana Agri-News Network airs 10 farm programs a day on more than 35 LRN radio affiliates throughout the state of Louisiana.
With the introduction of the LRN, it became imperative to educate and train sentinel laboratory personnel in the identification and reporting mechanisms for potential bioterrorism agents.
LRN works with more than 500 companies in 120 countries helping them simultaneously navigate complex legal and regulatory environments and translate their values into concrete corporate practices and leadership behaviors that create sustainable competitive advantage.
You see some companies that handle layoffs in the way that employees show up and their keys don't work or they just cannot log on to their computers," says Cheryl Curran, vice president of marketing at LRN.
LRN helps organisations engender strong, values-based corporate cultures by facilitating the promotion of compliant and ethical behaviours through a range of ethics, compliance and governance applications and services.
Samples accepted for H5N1 testing were screened by a nonspecific hemagglutinin influenza PCR assay and, if results were positive, were to be forwarded to an LRN laboratory.
The CDC established the LRN in 1999 with a mission to maintain an integrated national and international network of laboratories fully equipped to respond quickly to acts of chemical or biological terrorism, emerging infectious diseases, and other public health threats and emergencies.
The chemical giant turned to suppliers like LRN and Integrity International, a Waltham, Mass.
Before DuPont rolled out its LRN Legal Compliance and Ethics Center, CEO Charles O.
Only LRN member laboratories can confirm the presence of bio-threat agents using CDC protocols.