ECCR

AcronymDefinition
ECCREcumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (UK)
ECCREuropean Consortium for Communications Research
ECCREuropean Council for Cardiovascular Research (UK)
ECCRExtended Communication Control Register (computer programming)
ECCRÉtude Conception Construction Réhabilitation (French: Study Design Construction Rehabilitation)
ECCRÉtude-Conseil-Coordination-Réalisation (French: Study-Design-Coordinating Council)
ECCRÉcole de Conduite la Citadelle du Rocher (French driving school)
ECCRÉtudes Conseil Construction Réunion (French: Construction Studies Council Meeting)
ECCRElectronic Closed Circuit Rebreather
ECCREthnic Conflict and Conflict Resolution
ECCREasement with Covenants Conditions & Restrictions
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[2] A review of the eCCR pilot showed that while ICD coding coverage was far better than in previous years, the data quality was still inadequate for billing and surveillance purposes.
In the present study, the glomerulonephritis rat model induced by cBSA was employed, and the parameters of renal function impairment and glomerular lesion were measured, including scrum creatinine (Scr), blood urea nitrogen (BUN), and endogenous creatinine clearance rate (ECcr), 24-h urine protein, hypercellularity, infiltration of polymorphonuclear leukocyte (PMN), fibrinoid necrosis, focal and segmental proliferation, and interstitial infiltration.
I do think something we have forgotten in Western society is how much what we have got is based on Christian ethics." Father Patrick is a member of the ECCR, which is organising the Carrs Lane event.
1843), Essex County Court Records (hereafter cited as ECCR), Drawer T-2, Essex County Clerk's Office, Elizabeth-town, New York.
As a compromise, a process was initiated to improve the quality of ICD coding by commissioning a software application for discharge summaries, the electronic Continuity of Care Record (eCCR).
The ECCR also condemned the high exposure to danger children face in schools due to weak infrastructure as well as negligence.
Both the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) and the Egyptian Coalition on Children's Rights (ECCR) condemned the piece and saw it as incitement against street children.
Last week the Egyptian Coalition on Children's Rights (ECCR) called on presidential candidates Hamdeen Sabahy and Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to express their full support and respect for the rights of children, by both integrating such aspects in their electoral platforms and refraining from exploiting children in their electoral platforms.
The Egyptian Coalition for Children's Rights (ECCR) also came out to condemn the verdict and sentencing in the Minya trial, which handed at least two minors the death penalty.
ECCR expressed deep concern over the incidents that have occurred since the resumption of schools on 8 March, when the second semester finally resumed after twice being postponed by the cabinet for security reasons.
Lawyer Ahmed Meselhi of the Egyptian Coalition for Children's Rights (ECCR) said there are two obstacles facing the implementation of the law protecting children.
The Egyptian Coalition on Children's Rights (ECCR) condemned on Saturday "irresponsible" calls by children's rights activists demanding harsher penalties for children aged between 15 and 18 years old facing criminal charges.