NACCHO CSOM study The largest study of topical therapy in CSOM in Australia was conducted between April 1, 2001, and June 30, 2002, by the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (NACCHO).
What does NACCHO stand for?
NACCHO stands for National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (est. 1976; Australia)
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- National Advisory Committee on Creative and Cultural Education (UK)
- National Association of Cancer Center Development Officers (Iowa)
- National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (Springfield, MA; est. 2002)
- North American Coalition for Christianity and Ecology
- North American Conference on Christianity and Ecology (est. 1986; Epworth, IN)
- National Association for County Community and Economic Development
- National Advisory Council for Careers and Educational Guidance
- National Association of Christian Child and Family Agencies
- National Association of County and City Health
- National Coordinating Committee on HIV/AIDS (est. 2003; St. Lucia)
- National Association of County and City Health Officials
- Nature Awareness and Conservation Club, Inc. (eco-tourism; Philippines)
- Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture
- NATO Automated Command and Control Information System
- North Atlantic Command Center Information System
- National Counterterrorism/Counterinsurgency Integrated Test and Evaluation Center (US DoD)
- National Counterterrorism/Counterinsurgency Integrated Test and Evaluation Center (US DoD; Yuma, AZ)
- North American Common Components List (controls engineering)
- North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics
- National Academy of Certified Care Managers (Colchester, CT)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Treatment I am also involved in a treatment study of CSOM that is being sponsored by the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation and carried out at eight clinics in Western Australia, the Northern Territory, and Queensland.