PHIN

AcronymDefinition
PHINPublic Health Information Network (CDC)
PHINPhilologie Im Netz (German journal)
PHINPersonal Health Information Number (Canada)
PHINPharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry News (database)
PHINPro-Hope International
PHINParrot Heads in Need (Westerville, OH)
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Congratulations MSPs with managing director Jennifer Phin and the graduates
Even the small places still traditionally serve coffee extracted through a phin, though this practice is more prevalent in Saigon.
Dr Nick Phin, deputy director of the national infection service at PHE, said: "Most of those affected have now recovered.
However, Dr Nick Phin, deputy director of the National Infection Service at PHE, said the third case is "not wholly unexpected".
Dr Nick Phin, deputy director, National Infection Service at PHE: "This healthcare worker cared for the patient before a diagnosis of monkeypox was made.
Nick Phin, deputy director of National Infection Service at PHE.
Crozier then broke well at the start of the second half and set up Steve Jones to score a try that the scorer converted, then Dan Phin added another try wide out for a 31-0 lead.
ConnectedYard is the company behind the pHin Smart Water Care solution, which combines a Wi-Fi-enabled smart monitor and mobile app that monitors pool and hot tub water chemistry and temperature 24/7, notifying customers via smartphone when they need to balance the water.
The pHin Smart Monitor floats in the pool or spa water monitoring temperature and water chemistry 24/7.
Nick Phin, deputy director at Public Health England which collates the results, said: "It's not uncommon to see a rise in cases of scarlet fever at this time of year.
Nick Phin, deputy director at Public Health England, said: "It's not uncommon to see a rise in cases of scarlet fever at this time of year.
"We have had two pretty miserable days for wheat trading," said Phin Ziebell, an agribusiness economist at National Australia Bank.