MHAZ

(redirected from Merseyside Health Action Zone)
AcronymDefinition
MHAZMerseyside Health Action Zone (UK)
MHAZMental Health Association of Zambia
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The cash is from the Central Liverpool Primary Care Trust through Merseyside Health Action Zone, not from council funds.
Merseyside Health Action Zone spokeswoman Joan Brookman said that the cost of the Smokefree Liverpool programme should be viewed against the human costs of smoking,and its cost to the city economy.
The plan is supported by Merseyside Health Action Zone and funded by the St Helens Health Partnership.
Dr Fiona Ford, who carried out the research on behalf of Merseyside Health Action Zone, said: ``Stress is a very serious issue in the workplace with a massive cost to industry due to sickness absence.
Dead Drunk is based on a screenplay by Liverpool teacher Frank Duffy and was made for the BBC's Learning Zone with a grant from Merseyside Health Action Zone.
Merseyside Health Action Zone Sustainable Health Award: St Helens Council/Liverpool City Council - Making People Feel Safe and Warm at Home.
Run by the South Liverpool Primary Care Trust, Liverpool city council, St Helens council, Merseyside Health Action Zone,Scottish Power and Liverpool John Moores university, the project was introduced in line with the government's social inclusion agenda.
The tour of Only a Kid Having a Kid has been sponsored by the Merseyside Health Action Zone.
Netherley Valley Sure Start is behind the initiative, which is funded by Merseyside Health Action Zone with support from South Liverpool Primary Care Trust, Netherley Valley Childcare Initiatives and Netherley Valley Credit Union.
The team, in a project funded by Merseyside Health Action Zone, had already conducted taste tests in the refectory at JMU and found consumers either couldn't tell the difference or preferred the crispier taste of chips that were fried in a healthier oil, to those prepared using traditional solid fats.
Marie Armitage of Merseyside Health Action Zone said: ``Baby barrows are excellent schemes, giving parents the power to choose for their children and to spread the cost of what they buy.''
The students, in a project funded by Merseyside Health Action Zone, have already conducted taste tests in the refectory at JMU and found consumers couldn't tell the difference or preferred the crispier taste of chips that were fried in a healthier oil to those that were prepared using traditional solid fats.
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