had five crews and a further two athletes in composite crews competing at the regatta showing the strength, depth and talent within NUBC
and the quality of both the programme and the coaching team.
In 2007, the NUBC
added race and ethnicity to the UB as options for "public health reporting" (e.
In February 1992, the NUBC completed final revisions and approved a new standard billing form for hospitals (the UB-92), which will replace the current form (the UB-82) used by hospitals to bill third-party payors.
In addition to the efforts of the NCVHS and NUBC, in 1988, the Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists recommended that "all hospital discharge summaries of injured patients include the E-code to describe the external cause of injury" (6).
Supplies and devices (defined by the NUBC as supply items required for patient care) accounted for 24.
These are described by NUBC as implants other than prosthetic/orthotic devices, pacemaker, and intraocular lenses; the service code includes stents, artificial joints, shunts, grafts, pins, plates, screws, anchors, and radioactive seeds.
President of the club Dan Cupit said: "At NUBC
, we have a tradition of naming our boats after people who have had strong links with the club, so we felt that John and Claire's suggestion of naming the new boat to remember Vicky was a really good idea.
won the overall Victor Ludorum at both the BUCS 4s and 8s Head in February on the Tyne and at the BUCS Regatta in May, winning 39 medals (13 gold, 11 silver and 15 bronze).
My hopes are they join in to all club activities and learn from the older athletes while not being afraid to stand up for themselves Prisco joined NUBC
from Lancaster University where he was head rowing coach.
Natalie Hardy, NUBC
senior women's captain, added: "The last few years have been neck and neck for us and Durham with this season no exception.
All of the money raised will be split between NUBC
and Water Aid.