EIIR

AcronymDefinition
EIIREuropean Institute of Interdisciplinary Research (Paris, France)
EIIREfficiency Issues in Information Retrieval (workshop)
EIIRElizabeth II Regina (Queen of Great Britain)
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and stamped with EIIR in gold, which has then been burnished.
Tecle Vetrali, "I religiosi coinvolti nella via del dialogo: Riflessioni in margine al 31 incontro dell' EIIR a Neuendettelsau.
Legislative and administrative proposals for national health information infrastructure and EIIR standards and incentives mean HIM professionals must consider their changing roles in managing patient information.
The metal is embossed with images including triplanes, crocodiles, lions, elephants, and the EIIR royal cypher.
Nonetheless, what has become clear in the past few years is that the first generation of CDS tools, as embedded in commercial healthcare IT vendors' core EIIR systems, has not lived up to expectations; and indeed, has required continuous customization work on the part of healthcare IT leaders seeking to avert alert fatigue and truly optimize the workflow of physicians and other clinicians.
The gold-embossed invites, on thick white card measuring 8in by 6in and stamped with EIIR, were sent out last week with many arriving at the weekend.
n The scarlet briefcase was made for Gladstone in 1860 and was used by every Chancellor since, until James Callaghan (the only Chancellor to have worked for the Inland Revenue) who in 1965 and 1966 used a 'vulgar brown valise' bearing the monogram EIIR.
It took the blowing up of a few EIIR post boxes back in the 50s to establish that the current Queen is Scotland's FIRST Elizabeth - and the point has finally sunk home.
The scarlet briefcase was made for William Gladstone in 1860 and was used by every Chancellor since, until James Callaghan (the only Chancellor to have worked for the Inland Revenue) who in 1965 and 1966 used a "vulgar brown valise" bearing the monogram: EIIR.
n The scarlet briefcase was made for Gladstone in 1860 and was used by every Chancellor until James Callaghan (the only Chancellor to have worked for the Inland Revenue) who in 1965 and 1966 used a ``vulgar brown valise'' bearing the monogram: EIIR.