SB 178 authorizes the State Board of Health to adopt rules to establish adaptive standards of care where an extreme emergency exists, as defined in the Oklahoma Emergency Response Act Signed by the Governor SB 1366 establishes that if there is no advance directive for mental health treatment, an advance directive for health care or durable power of attorney with health care decision-making authority will include mental health treatment Signed by the Governor.
What does SBOH stand for?
SBOH stands for State Board of Health (various states)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 3 other meanings of SBOH in our Acronym Attic
- Schoeller-Bleckmann Oilfield Equipment (Austria)
- State Board of Education
- State Board of Elections
- State Board of Examiners (local government entity)
- Society of Boring Old Farts (fan group)
- State Board of Finance
- Schneider Board of Governors (Wellesley College)
- Shropshire Barn Owl Group (est. 2002; conservation; Shropshire, UK)
- Santa Barbara Organic Garden Club (California)
- State Bank of Hyderabad (India)
- Small Business Outreach Initiative (Charleston Defense Contractors Association; South Carolina)
- State Bank of Indore (Indore, India)
- Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre (Canada)
- Scrum Body of Knowledge (book)
- Simulation Body of Knowledge
- Samoyed Breeders & Owners League (est. 1980; UK)
- Seattle Boys of Leather (Washington)
- Straight Bill of Lading
- Supreme Beings of Leisure (band)
- Signal Basic Officer Leader Course (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
050 outlines the delegation of authority granted to the Washington State Board of Health to carry out its mandate of disease prevention throughout the state.
As early as 1956, the Montana State Board of Health realized the health risks associated with tremolite.
In 1946, the section sponsored a two-day institute for industrial nurses cosponsored by the State Board of Health which 250 nurses attended.
Craig McLaughlin is executive director of the Washington State Board of Health.