in Augusta, ME, has been employed for eight months as a Community Health Outreach Worker.
What does CHO stand for?
CHO stands for Community Health Outreach (various locations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 76 other meanings of CHO in our Acronym Attic
- Chief Health Officer (corporate title)
- Chief Household Officer
- Chief Humanitarian Officer
- Children's Hospital of Oklahoma
- Chinese Hamster Ovary
- Chuan Hup Offshore
- Club Hématopoïèse et Oncogenèse (French: Hematopoiesis and Oncogenesis Club; French Society of Hematology)
- CMOS Harmonic Oscillator
- Community Health Officer
- Community Health Organization
- Community Hospital of Ottawa (Illinois)
- Continuous Hours of Operation (software testing)
- Cultural Heritage Object
- Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells Overexpressing Human Insulin Receptor
- cells expressing high levels of human insulin receptors
- Canadian Heavy Oil Association
- Childhood Hematology Oncology Associates (Colorado)
- Children's Healthcare of Atlanta
- Condominium Home Owners' Association (Canada)
- Cultured Human Ovarian Adenocarcinoma (cancer)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Collaborating with town coordinators, the employees disseminate information via parent groups, schools, local governments and other organizations, says Melanie Sheehan, director of community health outreach.
Students assist public health nurses and community health outreach workers in registration, facilitating traffic flow and assuring that the youth and parents are in their appropriate rooms for workshop presentations, distributing lunches, and collecting evaluation surveys at the completion of the event.
We are now meeting with organizations throughout the city to determine ways that we can complement their community health outreach activities.
Other facilities and programs of Novant Health include three philanthropic foundations, three nursing home and senior residential facilities, physician clinics, outpatient surgery and diagnostic centers, rehabilitation programs and community health outreach programs.
Trained community health outreach workers have conducted street-based, roving outreach in four areas of Cleveland on a weekly basis since the program's inception.
We are training outreach workers that work for urban Aboriginal organizations in their current positions, in either long term care or community health outreach.