Byline: ADELIA CAMPOS THE Irish Medical Organisation has warned doctors may strike to show their opposition to the Croke Park II agreement.
What does IMO stand for?
IMO stands for Irish Medical Organisation
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- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 127 other meanings of IMO in our Acronym Attic
- Intermediate Math Open
- Intermediate Military Objective (US DoD)
- International Maritime Organization (UN)
- International Market Opportunities
- International Mathematical Olympiad
- International Meteor Organization
- International Money Order
- Internet Mail Only
- Intramural Order
- Intuitive Music Orchestra
- Israel Midden Oosten (Dutch: Israel Middle East)
- Integrated Management Office/Executive Steering Committee (Sprint)
- Information Management/Programs/Office of Administrative
- Independent McDonald's Operators Association
- Indian Motorcycle Owners Association
- Indigenous Media Organisations Award
- Information Management and Operational Analysis (US DOE)
- Initiative de Mise en Oeuvre Accélérée (French: Accelerated Implementation Initiative)
- Institute of Municipal Assessors of Ontario
- Internal Memorandum of Agreement
Samples in periodicals archive:
The four unions - the Irish Nurses And Midwives Organisation, the Irish Medical Organisation, the Civil, Public And Services Union and Unite - said: "The domestic economy is suffering under the weight of austerity measures.
Chances of measles or other illnesses such as whooping cough and even meningitis are becoming increasingly likely if the action continues, says the Irish Medical Organisation.
7million pension packet of former Irish Medical Organisation boss George McNeice.
THE Irish Medical Organisation has revealed how doctors "despair" over the failure of the Government to deliver promised health reform.
Last night the Irish Medical Organisation warned summer travellers to be careful.
THE Irish Medical Organisation has warned there are still major delays on applications for medical cards.
Irish Medical Organisation president Dr Paul McKeown said the current system is failing the people of this country.