After visiting Iraq between May and July 2006, Abdulla joined the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley as a junior house officer in general surgery.
What does JHO stand for?
JHO stands for Junior House Officer (medical)
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We have 6 other meanings of JHO in our Acronym Attic
- Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumni Association (Johns Hopkins University; Baltimore, MD)
- Japan Health and Nutrition Food Association
- John Henry Newman-Institut (institute for Christian belief)
- Jan Hešík Nastroje Praha (Czech: Jan Hesik, Tools, Prague, Ltd. (Czech Republic)
- Joint Host Nation Support Plan
- John Hancock National Transplant Program
- John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge (Tinicum, PA)
- Jam Handy Organization (film company)
- Jesse's Hunting & Outdoors (Redlands, CA)
- Judicial Hearing Officer
- Just Hanging Out
- Just Helping Out (internet slang)
- Juvenile Hall Outreach (Berkeley University; Berkeley, CA)
- Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
- Joint Harbor Operations Centers
- Joint Humanitarian Operations Course (US AID)
- Jubjub Helmet of Doom (Battledome; video game)
- Journal of Health Occupations Education
- Jackson Hole One Fly (Jackson, WY)
- Jewish Heritage Online Magazine
Samples in periodicals archive:
Junior house officer Abdulla, an Iraqi citizen born in the UK, worked at the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Glasgow.
After visiting Iraq between May and July 2006, Abdulla joined the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley, Scotland, as a junior house officer in general surgery.
And now she has become Dr Schmidt and has started her first job as junior house officer at Warwick Hospital.
At the onslaught of pneumonia, one junior house officer in hospital said to me, 'I wouldn't bother to live with a prognosis like yours, Mrs W.
Half the interviews were with senior house officers, a third with junior house officers, and others with specialist registrars.
Dr Battley had been working as a junior house officer at West London's Charing Cross Hospital when the needle punctured her skin in December 1992.