Working With Loss was developed by the Irish Hospice Foundation and aims to teach people how to provide appropriate and ethical support to the bereaved.
What does IHF stand for?
IHF stands for Irish Hospice Foundation (Dublin, Ireland)
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We have 85 other meanings of IHF in our Acronym Attic
- Integrated Hazard Function
- Integration Host Factor (DNA associated protein)
- International Handball Federation
- International Health Foundation
- International Helsinki Federation
- International Historic Films (Chicago, IL)
- International Hockey Federation
- International Hospital Federation
- Inventory History File
- Inverse Hyperbolic Function
- Israel Histradut Foundation
- Israel Humanitarian Foundation
- International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights (Vienna, Austria)
- Idaho Housing and Finance Association (Boise, ID)
- In Hands of Foreign Authorities
- Independent Hardee's Franchisee Association
- Integrated High-Frequency Antenna
- Intercounty Health Facilities Association (Nassau/Suffolk, Long Island, NY)
- International Helicopter Firefighters Association
- Irish Holstein Friesian Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dave did the annual Irish Hospice Foundation cycle in 2010 as a thank you to his local hospice which helped him care for his parents as they died in the comfort of their own home.
Since joining JDDK, Mura has worked on several high-profile projects, including the award-winning Phase II of St Gemma's Hospice in Leeds, the conversion of a former Methodist church into the headquarters of the Northern Rock Foundation in Gosforth, Newcastle, the Marie Curie Hospice in Glasgow, the Sacred Heart Children's Centre in Fenham and work for the Irish Hospice Foundation.
The stunt is in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation Hospice Home Care for Children Programme.
And recycling partner Envirofone will also make a donation to The Irish Hospice Foundation.
The firm was now advising the Irish Hospice Foundation on its Design and Dignity programme to improve environments for end-of-life care in all Irish hospitals.