FHPS

AcronymDefinition
FHPSForest Hills Public Schools (Grand Rapids, Michigan)
FHPSFellow of the Health Physics Society
FHPSFull Hydraulic Power Steering (product feature)
FHPSFingal Head Public School (Gold Coast, Australia)
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But it states: "Unlike fully-trained Health Professions Council-registered podiatrists, FHPs are not required to undergo any formal training or adhere to basic decontamination and other safety standards.
(1) According to Air Force Instruction (AFI) 11-102, Flying-Hour Program Management, the AirForce Flying-Hour Program (FHP) consists of the flying hours necessary to train aircrews to safely operate their aircraft and sustain them in numbers sufficient to execute their core tasked missions.2 In short, the FHP equates flying hours to combat capability.
This article will identify the processes used to plan and execute FHP hours at both the Air Staff and MAJCOM level, to include IT systems used, in order to identify potential touchpoints for ECSS.
The FHPs included financial operating results for 1990 and balance sheet balances at 1 January 1991.
Priority was being given to the creation of national health information systems and it was felt that my experience in working on the development of a management information decision system for FHPS would be useful.
FHPs should refer patients who require prescription orthotics to the appropriately qualified and registered Chiropodist/ Podiatrist, or Orthotic specialists able to prescribe or, sell, supply and/ or administer PoMs, including prescription biomechanical appliances.
The podiatry departments and those staffing them within hospital settings tend to deal with more complex cases such as surgical issues and referrals from satellite NHS foot clinics, GPs and private chiropodists/ podiatrists and foot health practitioners (FHP).
(1) According to Air Force Instruction (AFI) 11-102, Flying-Hour Program Management, the Air Force Flying-flour Program (FHP) consists of the flying hours necessary to train aircrews to safely operate their aircraft and sustain them in numbers sufficient to execute their core tasked missions.