OADE

AcronymDefinition
OADEOhio Association for Developmental Education
OADEOntario Association of Deans of Education
OADEOffice of Alcohol and Drug Education (various schools)
OADEOmni-Directional Axis-Displaced Ellipse (antenna)
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The idea was copied from stores in the US, said Mr Oade.
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Medical director Yvette Oade, said: "This is great news but as we have consistently maintained every infection is one too many so the hard work continues."
At a meeting of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust's board of directors last week, Medical Director Yvette Oade said discussions were ongoing with manufacturers as to whether data could be encrypted to prevent information being accessed if such an event occurred again.
At a meeting of the board, Yvette Oade said pressure on critical beds had calmed down and advice had come from the Strategic Health Authority.
Trust medical director Yvette Oade said security had been stepped up.
Medical director Yvette Oade said: "At the end of November it was found that part of an Electromyography (EMG) machine, a computer which drives it, had been taken from a locked office in the neurophysiology department at Calderdale Royal Hospital.
Our Medical Director Yvette Oade says: "Incredible work has taken place over the past few years to improve the care we give to our patients and their experience with us.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the coroner, Carol the police sergeant from Slaithwaite, the nursing staff at the Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, especially staff nurse Nicola, the paediatrician, Dr Yvonne Oade, the Rev Susan Macbeth of the United Reformed Church, Moldgreen, for their kindness, help and support to what was a deeply distressing experience for Margaret and myself.
The trust's medical director, Dr Yvette Oade, added: "Taking part in the trials is a great endorsement of Mr Anand's renowned expertise in glaucoma and the excellent reputation of our ophthalmology department." Around 500,000 people are affected by glaucoma in England and Wales, with more than 70m worldwide.
Special thanks to all the Nurses that cared for Paul and the Staff at Crossroads also Reverend Roger Smith for his comforting words and Anthony Oade of Fred Oade and Sons for his efficient Funeral arrangements.