Johnmark Opondo, deputy medical health officer for the Saskatoon region, said the social determinants of health greatly influence the high numbers of Aboriginal HIV cases plaguing the province.
What does MHO stand for?
MHO stands for Medical Health Officer
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 36 other meanings of MHO in our Acronym Attic
- Mount Hood National Forest (Oregon)
- Michigan Headache and Neurological Institute
- Mental Health Nurses Interest Group (Canada)
- Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (France)
- Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization (Portland, ME)
- Mental Health National Outcomes and Casemix Collection (Australia)
- Manitoba Home Nutrition Program (Canada)
- Mental Health National Service Framework (UK)
- Manual Handling Network
- Materials Handling Operation
- Mental Health Organization
- Military History Online (website)
- Minerals Held Orally
- Minnesota Historical Organizations
- Monster Hunter Orage
- Municipal Health Office (various locations)
- My Humble Opinion
- Reciprocal Ohm (unit of conductance; ohm spelled backwards)
- Manufactured Home Owners Association
- Massachusetts Health Officers Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nearly 50 area supervisors would monitor the movement, which would include such important officials like AC secretariat, AC rural, magistrate secretariat rural, district health officer, and 12 medical health officers.
Three candidates are running unopposed for APHA's three honorary vice president positions: * Corey Neudorf, MD, MHSc, FRCPC, chief medical health officer, Saskatoon Health Region, Canada, is nominated as vice president for Canada; * Jon Kim Andrus, MD, deputy director of the Pan American Health Organization, is nominated as vice president for Latin America and the Caribbean; and * Shiriki Kumanyika PhD, MPH, an epidemiology professor and associate dean for health promotion and disease prevention at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, is nominated as vice president for the United States.
Dr Egidius Panis, a senior clinical medical health officer at the airport's health control unit, donned goggles over his glasses, white overalls, latex gloves and blue plastic overshoes to board the flight on April 5 2003.
The Guardian said a regional medical health officer explained that diesel emission levels inside school buses can be as much as five times higher than outside.
The medical health officer may issue such an order if she or he has reasonable and probable grounds to believe three conditions exist: (1) "a communicable disease exists or may exist or that there is an immediate risk of an outbreak of a communicable disease"; (2) "the communicable disease presents a risk to the health of persons"; and (3) "the requirements specified in the order are necessary in order to decrease or eliminate the risk to health presented by the communicable disease.
The chief medical health officer contributes to emergency response planning at the senior policy level and provides overall leadership for the health authority in the area of preparedness.
It is fitting that our first chair appointment is in vaccine research," says David MacLean, a co-architect of SFU's faculty of health sciences and a former medical health officer.