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SHA

Abbreviation for:
severe haemophilia A
Socialist Health Association
Southern hybridisation analysis
special health authority 
sperm-head anomalies
standard hash algorithm
staphylococcal hemagglutinating antibody
strategic health authority, see there 
strategic hospital alliance
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All existing SHA chief executives and interim SHA chief executives will remain in place until these new arrangements take effect next month.
Setback"All through the negotiations we insisted on two points - substantial help for the [financially] weak in Israeli society and the defence of Jerusalem," Shas said in a statement.
In both cases, Shas and Latin America, the authors claim, the new religious movements entail the recruits' joining a new community, eventually severing ties with their community of origin, and in time, becoming heavily dependent on the new community.
He has been chairman of Northumberland, Tyne and Wear SHA since it was established in 2002 and before then was chairman of the former Newcastle and North Tyneside Health Authority and Northern Regional Health Authority.
David Nicholson, chief executive of Birmingham and the Black Country SHA, has agreed to take responsibility for Shropshire and Staffordshire SHA and West Midlands South SHA.
Israel Public Radio said the deal was sealed after the Shas party agreed to postpone several issues still in dispute with Sharon until after formation of a government.
Therefore the objective of this research is to identify best practices currently in SHAs emergency response plans and to create a guidebook on how to develop an emergency contracting plan for multiple projects.
A spokeswoman from the SHAs in the North East has said there will be an impact on job roles but stressed there had not been any announcements regarding redundancies.
Ministers of the ultra-Orthodox Shas party withdrew their resignations just minutes before the deadline that would have made them final.
Four Israeli Cabinet Ministers from the religious Shas party submitted letters of resignation yesterday, delivering a final warning that Shas is intent on leaving prime minister Mr Ehud Barak's fractious coalition.
With just one day remaining before a deadline set to reach a deal with other parties, Tzipi Livni, the foreign minister, has so far failed to attract the ultra-orthodox Shas party to join Kadima and the Labour party in the administration.
Proposals to merge PCTs and SHAs in the area were discussed this week at board meetings following lengthy public consultations.