HRP

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AcronymDefinition
HRPHorseradish Peroxidase
HRPHistoric Royal Palaces (UK)
HRPHuman Rights Program (various locations)
HRPHalf Rate Plus
HRPHitler Rants Parodies (satire website)
HRPHot Rolled Plate (various companies)
HRPHealth Research and Policy
HRPHuman Research Program (US NASA)
HRPHuman Reliability Program
HRPHalden Reactor Project (OECD)
HRPHigh-Risk Plaque (research initiative)
HRPHuman Resource Planning
HRPHousing Rehabilitation Program
HRPHarm Reduction Program (various organizations)
HRPHumanitarian Response Program (Ethiopia)
HRPHigh Risk Personnel
HRPHutt River Province (self-proclaimed country in Western Australia)
HRPHardware Reference Platform (PowerPC)
HRPHigh Resolution Process
HRPHorizontal Radiation Pattern (antenna)
HRPHuman Remains Pouch
HRPHotfix Rollup Package (software)
HRPHigh Resolution Picture
HRPHome Reversion Plan (UK)
HRPHighland Regional Program
HRPHigh-Resolution Profilometry
HRPHighway Regulating Point
HRPHolding & Reconsignment Point
HRPHelicopter Reference Point
HRPHigh Rate Protection (Tadiran)
HRPHuman Resources Procedure
HRPHydraulic Retarder Pressure
HRPHeat Resisting Paint
HRPHappy Relationship Paranoia
HRPHandset Release Program (software)
HRPHarmonie Royale Policière de Charleroi (Belgium)
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Elizabeth Monterde Ochoa and Thais Ballabriga (Social Educators, CAS Vall d'Hebron), Eduardo Castrillo, Miguel Angel Cantillo and Nuria Voltes Manils (Nurses, CAS Vall d'Hebron), Elena Ros-Cucurull (Psychiatrist), Constanza Daigre (Psychologist) and the whole team of the Opioid and Harm Reduction Program at CAS Vall d 'Hebron, ASPB (Public Health Agency of Barcelona).
In Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest city, mayor-elect Joao Doria is expected to replace a municipallevel drug harm reduction program that provides social services and healthcare for 400 crack cocaine users with a traditional policing and treatment approach.
Khoshrou's remarks came in his address to the formal debate of the UN General Assembly on implementation of an HIV/AIDS extensive and effective harm reduction program.
She authorized me to inform the committee that she does not support the harm reduction program, Sotto said at a hearing of the public order and dangerous drugs committee on Wednesday.
''If you have a fire extinguisher that costs several hundred dollars, some people are going to go without and some are going to get burned,'' said Daniel Wolfe, director of the international harm reduction program at the Open Society Foundations.
The five precepts are similar to a harm reduction program, and when coupled with mindfulness, they can become relapse prevention tools.
The 87-year-old, who practised medicine for 67 years before his retirement last year, claims to have administered steroids to as many as 5000 clients as part of a "harm reduction program".
According to Table 2, these people received in behavioral diseases clinics (triangular) different services in the harm reduction program.
How to Change Your Drinking contains detailed selection methods to help tailor one's own alcohol harm reduction program. The book consists of thirty-two chapters that flow together smoothly and cohesively, and five edifying appendices that cover a variety of topics such as drug interactions with alcohol, naltrexone (an opioid receptor antagonist) treatment, and a classification of alcoholic beverages in terms of calories and sugar content.
The HARM Reduction program has been operating for three years and is hoping for a fourth year of funding to come through.
In a bid to combat skyrocketing HIV/AIDS infection rates among IDUs, the Taiwan CDC has proposed a 5-year harm reduction program to the Republic of China Executive Yuan.
In a study of a culturally relevant harm reduction program for African American heroin users in Cleveland, Ohio, ancillary services beyond needle exchange (for example, distribution of bleach kits and other safer injection supplies; distribution of literature on safer drug use; and support groups for users) facilitated behavior changes and served as a conduit for abstinence-based programming (MacMaster, Vail, & Neff, 2002).