Institute of Medicine, "Non-Heart-Beating Organ Transplantation--Medical and Ethical Issues of Procurement," 1997, National Academy Press, Washington, D.
What does NAP stand for?
NAP stands for National Academy Press
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- North Australia Observer Unit
- Network against Oppression of Women
- New Aid Officers Workshop
- National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage (1911-1920)
- Name, Address, Phone Number
- Nap-Of-The-Earth (avionics)
- Napa (Amtrak bus station code; Napa, CA)
- Naples, Italy - Capodichino (Airport Code)
- National Academies Press
- National Account Profile
- National Accreditation Program (ANSI term)
- National Action Party (political party in Mexico)
- National Action Plan (various locations)
- National Adaptation Plan (UN)
- National Advantage Program (insurance)
- National Aerial Photography
- National Aerospace Plane
- National Afforestation Programme (India)
- National Agriculture Policy (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Joy, National Academy Press, published January 2001.
The National Academy Press is the publisher for the National Academies-National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and National Research Council.
The National Academy Press published the panel's report "Cities Transformed," in 2003.
She wrote the technical support documents on MIC and toluene diisocyanate for the National Advisory Committee on Acute Exposure Guideline Levels, which have been published by the National Academy Press.
Lubeck was Director of National Academy Press (NAP).
It combines its own services with those from the most trusted industry leaders, such as ISI(R), American Cancer Society, Congressional Quarterly, and National Academy Press, to provide the information and tools that science professionals need in their daily jobs.
It combines its own services with those from the most trusted industry leaders, such as ISI, American Cancer Society, Congressional Quarterly, and National Academy Press, to provide the information and tools that science professionals need in their daily jobs.