Using a $125,000 grant from the Highmark Foundation, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, 10 local nursing facilities, physicians, and the Rand Center to Improve Care of the Dying, helped area facilities developed programs to help improve end-of-life care.
What does CICD stand for?
CICD stands for Center to Improve Care of the Dying
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We have 15 other meanings of CICD in our Acronym Attic
- Cross-Industry, Cross-Country Allocation
- Community Investment Corporation of the Carolinas (Raleigh, NC)
- China International Chemical Consulting Corporation
- Coode Island Community Consultative Committee (Australia)
- Crossfire International Car Club Incorporated
- Committee on Information Computer and Communications Policy
- Consortium for Industrial Collaboration in Contraceptive Research
- China International Conference Center for Science and Technology
- Cambridge Intercollegiate Christian Union
- Center for International Career Development
- Centre for International Cooperation and Development (also seen as CICOPS; Italy)
- Channel Islands Council of Divers
- Coleman Institute for Cognitive Disabilities
- Collegium Internationale Chirurgiae Digestivae (Latin: International Society for Digestive Surgery)
- Contractor Interface Control Document
- Captive Insurance Council of the District of Columbia (Washington, DC)
- Centro Internacional de Comercio Y Desarrollo Sostenible (Spanish: International Center for Trade and Sustainable Development)
- Center for International and Continuing Education (University of Southern Mississippi)
- Centre d'Information des Chemin de fer Europeens (Information Center for the European Railways)
- Centre for Innovative Construction Engineering (Loughborough University; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
C-based Center to Improve Care of the Dying, a group focused on research, advocacy, and education related to end-of-life care.
Even a randomized trial may not go far enough, adds Joanne Lynn, director of the Center to Improve Care of the Dying at George Washington University in Washington, D.