CCHE


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AcronymDefinition
CCHEColorado Commission on Higher Education
CCHECenter for Children’s Health and the Environment
CCHECanadian Coalition for Health and Environment
CCHEClark County Home Educators
CCHEChrist Centered Home Educators
CCHECalculus Consortium for Higher Education
CCHEClassical Christian Home Educators
CCHECollege of Christian Higher Education
CCHECentre for Complementary Health Education
CCHECopper Country Home Educators
CCHECommunity Council House Exchange (UK)
CCHECook County Higher Education
CCHECanadian Centre for Health Evidence
CCHECouncil on Christian Higher Education
CCHECountercurrent Heat Exchange
CCHECurtin College of Higher Education
CCHECoordinating Committee for Higher Education
CCHEChicago Consortium for Higher Education
CCHECarolina Classic Horse Expo
CCHEComprehensive, Continuous, High Endurance (LViHD Systems)
CCHECalifornia Cultural and Historical Endowment
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All data collectors were trained in the use of the data entry program and familiarized with the CCHE prior to data collection.
While CCHE forms are likely to be a more accurate form of data than self- or parent report, they lack standardization.
The CCHE forms do not contain data on race or ethnicity, which could be useful in interpreting variations in prevalence and comparisons to national prevalence.
Our experience working with CCHE data led to the exploration of the use of this data source to create a statewide child health database for Illinois.
According to CIT, the Colorado School of Mines received both CIT and CCHE Technology Advancement Group (TAG) monies for "accelerating fuel cell development through research and education.
The ads refer readers to the CCHE website (http://www.
Landrigan and colleagues chose the NYT as the first carrier for the CCHE ads because it's a national paper read by many journalists and policy makers.
Many activists believe the CCHE ads were not purposeful enough, says Charlotte Brody, executive director of Health Care Without Harm (HCWH), a coalition of 300 groups in 27 countries organized to reform the health care industry.
CCHE has broad-based authority to handle some issues, she said, but only after the fact.