ECLO

AcronymDefinition
ECLOEuropean Consortium for the Learning Organisation (Wavre, Belgium)
ECLOEchinocystis Lobata (wild cucumber)
ECLOEthnic Community Liaison Officer (Australia)
ECLOEye Clinic Liaison Officer (ophthalmology)
ECLOEntreprise Coopérative Linguistique de l'Outaouais (French: Cooperative Company of Ottawa Linguistics; Canada)
ECLOEmergency Center for Locust Operations
ECLOEmitter-Coupled Logic Operator
ECLOEmbargo Control Liaison Officer
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The ECLO at the RVI hospital is employed by Action for Blind People, part of the RNIB Group, in partnership with Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and a number of local authorities and clinical commissioning groups.
Travel co-ordinators in Meirionnydd are: Dylan Huws, Bryncelynog (01766 540378)' Huw Price, Cefn Eclo (01341422297)' Edward Jones, Caerberllan (01654 782243)' R Jones, Dinas Llanfrothen (01766 770765)' Dylan Jones, Rhiwae-dog (01678 520645)' Rhys Parry, Esgairweddan (01654702549)' and Euros Roberts, Dolfach (07736231498).
The ECLO consisted of a large classroom with a number of different centers for children, such as a computer center, reading center, housekeeping center, and science center.
Toda obra corruptible desaparece, y su autor se ira con ella (Eclo. 14,17-19; cf, Heb 9,27).
Tenders are invited for kmcas-130 eye clinic liaison (eclo) service
"We believe that RNIB has a role, and what we want to see is a sight-loss adviser--an eye clinic liaison officer (ECLO)--in every hospital setting.
Much loved son of the late Griffith and Jane Williams, Maldon, Essex, formerly of Cefn Eclo, Cwm Hafod Oer.
"Al tercer dia"(Gn1,11- 13;22,4- 8;42,18- 19.24;Exl9,l 6;Os6,1- 2;Am1,3) "La Sabiduria prepara un banquete" (Prov 9,2.5; Is 55,1-3; Eclo 15,3;24,19).
It should be delivered at sites distributed throughout east kent in locations convenient for patients and utilizing the skill set of local ophthalmologists, Optometrists, General practitioners with a special interest, (gpwsi) nurses, Eye care liaison officer (eclo) and ophthalmic technicians.
While research suggests that currently just 30% of hospital eye departments across the UK have access to a qualified eye care liaison officer (ECLO) or sight loss adviser, the charity's report highlights the difference that they can make in "freeing up clinicians' time and acting as a bridge between health and social care"