Moreover, major accomplishments were made regarding environmental hygiene and control of communicable diseases, as around 10 schools have been upgraded to Junior and Secondary level, and that community participation in education is on the rise.
What does CCD stand for?
CCD stands for Control of Communicable Diseases (various locations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 448 other meanings of CCD in our Acronym Attic
- Construction Change Directive
- Construction Completion Date
- Consular Consolidated Database
- Consumer and Computation Division (Cypress Semiconductor Corporation; San Jose, CA)
- Consumer Credit Directive (UK)
- Continental Communications Division
- Continuity of Care Document (clinical information)
- Continuous Collision Detection (computational collision detection)
- Contract Change Date (crops)
- Contract Completion Date
- Convention de Lutte Contre La Désertification (French: Convention to Combat Desertification; UN)
- Convention Internationale de Lutte Contre La Désertification (French: International Convention to Combat Desertification)
- Convention to Combat Desertification
- Cooperative Collection Development (libraries)
- Corporate Communications Department
- Corporate Customer Database (AAFES)
- Corpus Callosum Division (neurology)
- Correspondence Control Division (White House)
- Cortical Collecting Duct
- Council of Canadians with Disabilities (Conseil des Canadiens avec Déficiences)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 2010, APHA and Unbound Medicine released an app for the Association's popular Control of Communicable Diseases Manual, which is available at www.
Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (19th Edition) Edited by David L.
Though many national programmes exist for the control of communicable diseases, such programmes for the prevention of chronic respiratory diseases are often absent or insufficient.
The growing global attention to the prevention and control of communicable diseases is demonstrated by the fact they dominate the public health agenda of world leaders (e.
To the Editor: Control of communicable diseases often relies in part on school and workplace exclusion.
A CARDIFF UNIVERSITY professor has been appointed to oversee the control of communicable diseases and the management of major emergencies in England.
Ukrainian public health authorities would be invited as observers to meetings of relevant EU agencies, and the Ukraine would participate in the EU's Network for the Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases and specialist surveillance networks, notably those on HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, and hepatitis C and B.