CSWSCan't Stop, Won't Stop
CSWSCurve Speed Warning System (automotive assistance application)
CSWSCerebral Salt-Wasting Syndrome
CSWSContinuous Surface Wave System (seismology)
CSWSContinuous Spikes and Waves during Slow Sleep (syndrome)
CSWSCanadian Sustainability and Water Solutions (Vulcan, Alberta, Canada)
CSWSCenter for the Study of Women and Society (Eugene, OR)
CSWSCircle the State with Song (Indiana Music Educators Association)
CSWSCrew Served Weapon Sight
CSWSCorps Support Weapons System
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HVTN 907 was a prospective observational cohort study conducted in Haiti, PR, and DR to determine the feasibility of recruiting and retaining Caribbean female CSWs at high risk of HIV infection into HIV vaccine efficacy trials, with a focus on the demographic, behavioral, or other social factors associated with high HIV incidence and prevalence.
Such difficulties were often laid at the door of CSWs, although it was noted that they had their own pressures:
CSWS, for example, will be folded into the PPP and cease to exist as a separate organization by June.
A study in Bangladesh also revealed that most of the migrants had sexual relationship while staying away, with casual partners or went to CSWs and due to lack of information and knowledge they engaged themselves to risky sexual behaviour.
The overall sample was divided proportionally to each subpopulation stratum size, with 92 adolescents, 167 adults, and 55 CSWs.
general population and special groups; i.e., MSM, CSWs and drug-users to
Activities under the PPF target CSWs, truckers, youth and STI patients.
Exit interviews: Short exit interviews are conducted with clients of Commercial Sex Workers (CSWs), ante-natal women, and STD patients.
Although issues of clean air, clean water and worker safety will also demand industry attention in 1992, bills such as the reauthorization of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the government crackdown on package labeling keep waste management in the forefront, according to spokesmen at SPI's federal affairs and state affairs departments and Council for Solid Waste Solutions (CSWS).
The most common cause of hyponatremia in hospitalized children is hypotonic fluid therapy, syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone release (SIADH) and cerebral salt wasting syndrome (CSWS).
CSWs for real time reporting and referal of mother and child cases.