has been awarded a second $200,000 grant for BCCC nursing and allied health programs from Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States.
What does NAH stand for?
NAH stands for Nursing and Allied Health
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 51 other meanings of NAH in our Acronym Attic
- Nearfield Acoustic Holography
- New Around Here
- Niet-Aangeboren Hersenletsel (Dutch: Non-Congenital Brain)
- No Argument Here
- Nomura Asia Holding (Netherlands)
- North American Hunter
- North Arundel Hospital (Glen Burnie, MD)
- Northern Arizona Healthcare (Flagstaff, AZ)
- Not At Home
- Noyori Asymmetric Hydrogenation (chemical reaction)
- Nutrition Action Health Letter
- National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy
- National Aviation Heritage Area (Dayton, OH)
- Native American Homeschool Association
- North American Hindu Association
- North American Hockey Academy (Stowe, VT)
- North American Horsemen's Association
- Norwegian American Historical Association
- National Association of Hispanic Automobile Dealers (professional group)
- National Association of Hose and Accessories Distributors (Annapolis MD, USA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In academia, both nursing and allied health disciplines continue to face similar challenges with respect to the policies and practices surrounding tenure.
``National University's nursing and allied health bachelor's programs respond to critical health care needs of our community and assist professionals in advancing in their careers,'' Gribbons said.
These acquisitions strengthen Onward Healthcare's growing national presence as a "one stop" service offering with the addition of a per diem staffing capability for both nursing and allied health.
12, 1997-- Award-Winning Health Reference Database Adds Academic Titles Information Access Company (IAC) announces a new resource for medical libraries seeking to improve educational support for students in the nursing and allied health fields.