JHM

AcronymDefinition
JHMJoods Historisch Museum (Dutch: Jewish Historical Museum; Netherlands)
JHMJohns Hopkins Medicine (Maryland)
JHMJewish Historical Museum (Netherlands)
JHMJournal of Healthcare Management (American College of Healthcare Executives)
JHMJournal of Hydrometeorology
JHMKapalua, HI, USA - Kapalua (Airport Code)
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In this persuasion brief we draw on scholarship from rhetoric, technical communication, and the rhetoric of health and medicine (RHM) to conduct a case study of the JHM ECCT.
In a press release, JHM announced earlier this week that it has entered an agreement with Hong Kong-based property investment firm Shimao International Development to construct the hotel.
Multiple logistic regression analysis was used to assess predictors of GERD in JHM. A p value of <0.05 was considered statistically significant.
Walgreens reached an agreement last year with Johns Hopkins Medicine that put a Walgreens store adjacent to the JHM campus and paved the way for increased cooperation between the company's pharmacists and nurse practitioners and the school's faculty members that can lead to health care innovations.
and Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM), for instance, entered into an agreement last summer to discover new methods to improve outcomes for patients with chronic diseases and reduce costs.
15 April 2014 - Researchers from the US Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a blood test, cMethDNA, detecting the presence of advanced breast cancer and holding potential for accurately monitoring response to cancer treatment, Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) said today.
(8.) Van Loon M, Goovaerts T, Kessels A, Van der Sande F, Tordoir JHM. Buttonhole needling of haemodialysis arteriovenous fistulae results in less complications and interventions compared to the rope-ladder technique.
McClutchy Jr., president of JHM Group of Companies in Stamford; Peter L.
Marshall is owner of JHM Appraisals, Inc., in Venice.
Daisy was among those getting tattoos inspired by former Royal Navy and lifeboat coxswain John's initials of JHM with an anchor, on her left leg.
Some strains of MHV are purely hepatotropic (e.g., MHV-2) [21]; some are primarily neurotropic (e.g., JHM, MHV-4, an isolate of JHM) [15, 22]; while others (e.g., MHV-A59 and MHV3) [16, 23] are both hepatotropic and neurotropic.
Published by JHM Designs Publications, Charlottesville, VA, this is a large hardcover book (9" x 12" x 1") of nearly 400 pages, including 161 illustrations (104 in color).