They're using actual local public health departments as the test models.
What does LPHD stand for?
LPHD stands for Local Public Health Department (various locations)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 3 other meanings of LPHD in our Acronym Attic
- London Port Health Authority (est. 1872; Department of Environmental Services)
- Limb/Pelvis-Hypoplasia/Aplasia Syndrome
- Left Posterior Hemiblock
- Laplacian Pyramid Hierarchical Coding (radiology)
- Louisiana Paint Horse Club
- Low-Protein High-Carbohydrate (diet)
- Licensed Private Hire Car Association (UK)
- Lower Price Hill Community School
- Lipoprotein of High Density
- Local Parton Hadron Duality
- Lymphocyte Predominant Hodgkin's Disease
- Laboratory for High Energy Physics (Switzerland)
- Language Policy for Higher Education (South Africa)
- Local Health Department Engineer
- London Postal History Group (UK)
- Laguna Properties Holdings, Inc. (Philippines)
- Lembaga Pengkajian Hukum Internasional
- Lender Placed Hazard Insurance (mortgages)
- Life Partners Holdings, Inc.
- Life Partners Holdings, Inc. (stock symbol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
This tool was the result of a local public health department survey and includes a robust set of features such as a site inventory, site visit, citizen concerns call log, multiple chemical dose calculator, and document repository.
Their participation before a disaster helps state and local public health departments understand and support their needs during an emergency.
htm), as well as resources from their state and local public health departments.
Not really, say researchers at the RAND Corporation who recently examined "whether there is a link between how state and local public health departments are organized and the level of their emergency preparedness.
Institutions such as community organizations, schools, clinics, and local public health departments are where the work is sustained and carried out.
Across America, local public health departments are undertaking new challenges and developing new partnerships.