The Wizard was developed and funded by the Medical Institute for Sexual Health and the CDC.
What does MISH stand for?
MISH stands for Medical Institute for Sexual Health
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of MISH
- Malaysian Islamic Study Group (Peoria, IL; est. 1976)
- Management Information Systems Group, Inc. (North Carolina)
- Mathematics in Industry Study Group (various universities)
- Mental Illness Specific Grant (UK)
- Military Intelligence and Security Group (Philippines)
- Maintenance Interservice Support Group - Central
- Maintenance Interservice Support Group Center
- Multiple Isotope Segmented Gamma Ray Scanner
- Mathematics in Industry Study Groups in South Africa
- Market Information Survey of Households (National Council of Applied Economic Research; India)
- Minerals Industry Safety and Health Centre (University of Queensland; Australia)
- Mitaka International Society for Hospitality (Japan)
- Management Information Services, Inc. (consulting firm; Washington, DC)
- Marubeni-Itochu Steel Incorporated (Japan)
- Metro Information Services Inc. (Virginia)
- Micro-Sensors for Imaging
- Modular Imaging Spectrometer Instrument
- Module Interaction Stability Index (software metric)
- Municipal Information Systems, Inc. (St. Louis, MO)
- Municipal Infrastructure and Support Initiative (USAID)
Samples in periodicals archive:
chairman of the Medical Institute for Sexual Health, told The Washington Post he doubted that girls were really enjoying oral sex: "I'd like to know a whole lot more about the pressure boys put on girls.
In addition, from 1999 to 2001, the Medical Institute for Sexual Health in Austin, Texas, which has been marketing aids for abstinence instructors, witnessed a 150% increase in sales of its products.
Patricia Sulak is leading a training program for physicians, referencing the Medical Institute for Sexual Health, a group of conservative physicians, rather than the American Medical Association.
Joe McIlhaney, president of the Austin-based Medical Institute for Sexual Health, for graphic slides depicting late-stage STDs as a deterrent to sexual activity.