Tonniges will discuss national trends in community-based health-care initiatives including the Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) and Healthy Tomorrow Partnership for Children (HTPC) programs.
What does CATCH stand for?
CATCH stands for Community Access to Child Health (American Academy of Pediatrics program)
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We have 26 other meanings of CATCH in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Air Traffic Control Association (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
- Communities Along the Carron Association (Scotland, UK)
- Completely Automated Technique for Cataloguing and Acquisition of Literature for Libraries
- Carrier Air Traffic Control Center
- Centre Avançat de Teràpia Cognitiu-Conductual (Catalan: Advanced Centre of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; Barcelona, Spain)
- Carrier Air Traffic Control Center Direct Altitude and Identity Readout
- Carrier Air Traffic Control Center-Carrier Controlled Approach
- Carrier Air Traffic Control Center/Direct Altitude & Identify Readout
- Center for Applied Technology and Career Exploration
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Tim Burton film)
- Compiler-Assisted Techniques for Checkpointing
- Comprehensive Assessment for Tracking Community Health
- Computer Aided Tracking and Characterization of Homicides (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
- Computer and Technology High-Tech Response Team (Investigative unit in San Diego, CA)
- Computer-Assisted Terminal Criminal Hunt
- Coordinated Approach to Child Health (school health program)
- Core Assessment Tool on Child Health
- Countering Attack Helicopter
- Critically Attained Threshold of Cerebral Hypoperfusion
- Centralized Army Tracking and Control of Hazardous Material
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, WHO, UNICEF and other organizations, which have resulted in more than four million children -- who might have been polio victims -- walking and playing normally," said Carol Pandak, program manager of Community Access to Child Health Programs and a Rotarian.
based vaccine research and manufacturing companies, Wyeth-Lederle plays a leading role in ensuring that all children are age appropriately immunized by supporting programs such as, the Community Access to Child Health program, the Children's Health Fund, Hope for Kids, and Every Child by Two.